Friday, February 12, 2021
Dear Roving Real Estate Investor Reader,
What does a top-tier, master-planned community look like?
Today, you can find out…
I’m giving you a sneak-peek look at what RETA members locked down in Playa del Carmen last week.
To remind you, the opportunity was to own luxury condos in master-planned Corasol.
Corasol is a community where homes list for $300,000…$400,000…all the way up to $4 million.
The amenities, the space, the lush tropical vegetation, and proximity to downtown Playa all reflect those prices…
Yet, RETA members could get in at RETA-only price from just $192,800.
This is the extraordinary benefit of having group buying power and the right contacts. We get deals that no one else gets…at prices no one else sees…
I figure three years after delivery these condos will be worth $300,000. And with the red-hot year-round rental pool in Playa, I reckon you can gross annual rental yields of $24,000—a gross yield of 12.44%.
Check out the short video tour of the stunning master-planned community from Janaina Simon below. Janaina and her team have been helping RETA members choose the best condos…
If you reserved, congratulations…it’s an incredible deal and an amazing community to be a part of.
If you don’t want to miss out on deals like this in the future, join RETA today.
Wishing you good real estate investing,
Ronan McMahon, Real Estate Trend Alert
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John says: Good morning Ronan, I tried RETA and was very happy with your style and the deals.
Right now, I am just getting back on my feet financially. It will be a while before I can invest. I would like to be able to re-join in the near future.
I did move to Playa Del Carmen and it was great. I did the residency papers here and then tried to finish the rest there as was instructed. I wish I had someone to guide us though. The immigration there said they made a mistake and we would have to pay another $700. I offered to pay it if they would give me the papers that day. I was told no, they might have made another mistake. Our Mexican friends told us they were new and not the best, we should have went to Cancun. This was a $30,000 setback because we had to move our furniture and stuff back.
We really did enjoy it while we rented in Playa del Carmen. We still have friends there. I am 81 and my wife is 71. I am still working as a judge in traffic court and receive a pension from my previous job and Social Security. Hope to be on our feet financially soon and re-join the group.
Ronan says: Thanks for sharing your story and experience. I’m sorry to hear about the setback. But congratulations on your positivity and resilience. In dealing with any government body here it’s always a big help to pay an adviser to help you navigate the process. I look forward to welcoming you back when you are ready.