The sixth Western Real Estate Congress will be held on June 17 in Guadalajara under the baton of the Western Real Estate Movement, led by Alva Silva, who stressed that, after the COVID-19 pandemic, this 2022 “is a year to strengthen ourselves” .
With this sixth edition, which it will be in a hybrid way and whose tickets are already sold out, they seek to have experiences and enrich themselves in many areassince it is surrounded by businesses such as notaries, construction companies or special services.
He stressed that the economic crisis due to COVID-19 has not been the only one that the sector has faced, however, it has always come out ahead.
“One of the things that we noticed a lot is that it was a problem to have the pandemic on us, there were construction companies that closed. We come from a difficult stage where we are going to grow, it is a year to strengthen ourselves with our guild”.
For her part, the president of Professionals in Real Estate Consulting and Similar (PAIS) AC, Jesica Rodríguez Gaona, stressed that they seek to approach real estate agents and associations, comment and learn.
For his part, the head of the specialized real estate section of the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce (Canaco), Pedro Enrique Medrano, recalled that “the activity that we develop is important, we touch very sensitive fibers. It is important for us to manage the heritage of families. We have to fight for the common good, to do things well. We have to raise our union.”
According to data from the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI) Guadalajara section, in 2021 the sale of real estate in the city grew 7% last year compared to 2020while the greatest demand was for average housing with a value between 1.5 and 3.5 million pesos.
With this, the entity ranked fifth nationally in the ranking of the states with the highest growth in property demand.