EXNI Expo Real Estate Business: the place for market leaders
With more than 5 thousand attendees, the inauguration of the seventh edition of the most important Real Estate Business Summit of Real Estate in Latin America took place .
In Mexico City , the Camino Real de Polanco hotel witnessed the meeting between real estate specialists, institutional investors, the financial sector and developers interested in investing, training and / or learning more about industry issues. Erico García, Chief Executive Officer of B2B Media and Inmobiliare Magazine, in the company of presidents and directors of associations such as Ampip, Amexcap, AMPI, AMAR and SUME, among others, who welcomed the attendees to the Congress.
During both days, the experts agreed that there is a certain “caution” in the investments due to the uncertainty generated by the next administration; However, sales continue, albeit slowly, said José Shabot, CEO of Quiero Casa
The cancellation of the New International Airport of Mexico and the problem with the granting of construction permits in the CDMX, were some of the main topics of discussion.
In the panel “Financial Viability of the New Airport of Mexico City”, Alejandro Virchez González, coordinator of Environment and Sustainability of Grupo Aeroportuario of Mexico City, declined to give statements on the cancellation statements of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Also, Rogelio Jiménez Pons, future holder of the National Fund for Tourism Promotion ( Fonatur ) presented the details about the work of the Mayan Train, a project that, like the new airport, will go to citizen consultation.
The Mazatlan Post