According to a survey conducted by the collective funding company M2Crowd, Jalisco is the fourth state of greatest interest to real estate investors, as it shows that four out of 10 Mexicans would like to buy real estate here.
According to the survey, Mexico City ranks number one in interest (60 percent), followed by Querétaro (55 percent), Nuevo León (41 percent) and Jalisco (39 percent).
“Specifically, the attraction of investing in properties is that they are assets that historically increase in value over time,” said Simón Dalgleish, operations director of M2Crowd.
As for the aspects that give more value to investments, 52 percent of those interviewed said they choose a mix of the property’s internal and external factors, while 29 percent noted conveniences such as location, security and proximity to services and main avenues; 13 percent the company in charge of construction, and 5 percent the amenities and internal services offered by the property.
“Specifically, the attraction of investing in properties is that they are assets that historically increase in value over time.” —Simón Dalgleish, operations director of M2Crowd.