To give legal certainty to real estate operations, the national president of the Asociación Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios (AMPI) (Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals), Pablo Vásquez, reported that they are promoting real estate law initiatives in 14 states of the Mexican Republic, including Jalisco.
In addition to certifying real estate agents, this law will seek to support licensed work, to guarantee secure services and transactions, which will prevent fraud for users.
He stresses that this sector generates close to 3,000,000 jobs and represents 14.1 percent of the country’s GDP, with an economic impact of over $260,000,000,000 pesos.
“In Jalisco we will work intensively with AMPI Guadalajara, as well as with the different chapters, to promote the approval of this law. Our philosophy is always to protect private property, as well as the legacy of the owners.” —Pablo Vásquez, national president Asociación Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios (AMPI) (Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals).