In Seach of Professionalization and Security in Real Estate in Nayarit and Jalisco

07 May, 2024
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The president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) in Riviera Nayarit, Carlos Lemus, has announced an innovative initiative to raise the standards of the real estate industry in the region.

Carlos Lemus reported that they are promoting an initiative for the issuance of a real estate license supported by the Government of the State of Nayarit. This movement seeks to prevent fraud and promote professionalization in the sector.

Last year’s approval of the Law Regulating the Provision of Real Estate Services in Jalisco was a crucial step to guarantee legal security in real estate transactions in this region, including popular destinations such as Puerto Vallarta. This legislation aims to prevent fraud and improve the professionalization of real estate advisors and sellers, as well as establish a registry of professionals in the sector. The corresponding regulations, drawn up based on this law, have been ready since mid-February of this year.

 

Carlos Lemus, presidente de AMPI Riviera Nayarit

Carlos Lemus, president of AMPI Riviera Nayarit

 

However, for Carlos Lemus, this law is just the beginning. He maintains that it is necessary to make its application mandatory. In Nayarit, AMPI is collaborating with the sections of Tepic, Riviera Nayarit, and Compostela to promote a similar initiative that guarantees the issuance of a real estate license supported by the state government. This license would be a fundamental requirement for those who wish to work in the real estate sector in the region.

Lemus highlights the importance of this measure to combat real estate cartels and prevent fraud. In Riviera Nayarit, where they have 260 associates and affiliates, the issue of closed developments is approached with caution. While he acknowledges that problems may arise at some developments, overall the region is free of such incidents.

In the words of Lemus, “We are in the early stages of this project and are seeking the support of deputies to promote our real estate licensing initiative. It is essential to ensure security and professionalization in our industry.”

 

 

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