CANCUN

CANCUN

 
Canun is situation in the Province of Quintana Roo, Mexico on the Caribbean side. This was the first tourist destination in the Mexican Caribbean! Cancun recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. With a population of about 750,000 people it is a thriving city largely based on tourism. The famous HOTEL ZONE is located on a peninsula jutting out from the city of Cancun that is 28 kms long. The Hotel Zone is the typical destination for short term vacationers. The city caters more to people spending more than a few weeks here in this paradise with much more affordable prices on food, transportation, markets and everything else. Cancun has the beautitful turquoise waters of the Caribbean on one side and a huge fresh water Lagoon on the other that is more than 20 kms long. They were connected to provide sheltered marinas for the many water vessels in Cancun. If you are looking for crystal clear blue water Cancun is the place. Nightlife, restaurants, marinas, water activities, tours, and any kind of adventure you can think of can be had in or close to Cancun. Cancun is the largest city in Quintana Roo with everything from Home Depots, several Walmarts, and a ton of both `touchs of home` and authentic Mexico in the downtown of Cancun.

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ARBOLADA 1,200 sq ft lots and up

This is our top choice for an affordable area with small lots perfect to build a 2 level 2-3 bedroom custom home for investment or retirement and enjoyment. This area is fully gated with electronic owner card entrance, underground utilities (not the horrible Mexican cables hanging everywhere outisde), green park areas, and beautiful streets and landscaping in the area. 

With a lot in this area you can easily build a 3 bedroom home with rooftop jacuzzi for $150,000 and under! This is a BRAND NEW area with new everything and is 10 minutes from Cancun's international airport and 5 minutes from Cancun's downtown. 

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PALMARIS 1,720 sq ft lots

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