By now most international real estate investors have already heard about the seaside town of Tulum, Mexico. The area is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and its real estate market has experienced exponential growth – especially after the announcement of the new airport.
However, there are other towns poised for equally exponential growth, which have yet to be discovered by the masses.
One such place is Muyil, 10 minutes south of Tulum. Muyil, pre-dates Tulum by 400 years and is home to 2 large magnificent lagoons that were vital to the early Mayans. These pristine lagoons, are translucent in their appearance and coloration, and are absolutely breathtaking.
Muyil was an extremely densely populated city in the pre-Hispanic era, with an abundance of pre-historic religious and residential sacred sites – only a fraction of which have been uncovered by archaeologists.
These land locked, game filled lagoons are connected to the tranquil Caribbean Sea via an intricate canal system, dredged by the ancient Mayan’s to open up trade routes to the rest of the early seaside Mayan settlements.
Muyil is already an established township, and with the new airport on its way – along with millions of new visitors – Muyil is sure to capture the eye of many would be property owners.
Muyil’s real estate prices are already getting pushed up by early investor’s looking to cash in on the area’s future growth, but it is still early in the game.