PUERTO VALLARTA (PVDN) - The real estate sector in Jalisco is poised to end the year on a positive note, expecting a growth rate of 6 percent compared to last year's figures. This optimistic outlook was shared by Mario Romo Alarcón, the current president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI).
Speaking at the inauguration of the Thirty-second Real Estate Forum at Expo Guadalajara, Romo Alarcón emphasized the resilience and vibrancy of the real estate market. "People haven't stopped renting or buying homes. The demand remains high, and developers are constantly . . .