Los Cabos is back -- like a shining jewel -- and the future looks brighter than ever. That's the word among savvy real estate specialists and resort developers, according to the recent Wall Street Journal Article: "Luxury Real Estate in Los Cabos Is Coming Back".The meteoric rise in popularity of Los Cabos as the playground of the elite stalled a bit over the last decade due to worries about crime and the economy. Then the area was devastated by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, causing major damage and all but closing area resorts for several months.
But this resilient beach community mopped up and regrouped and, although recovery is not yet totally complete, Los Cabos reinvented itself and is definitely "open for business." It seems obvious that Cabo San Lucas and its "twin city" San Jose del Cabo, situated 20 miles away, will never be sleepy fishing villages again.
"Today, the recovery in U.S. luxury home prices, particularly in California, is driving a post-hurricane revival in Los Cabos."
Fears about crimes throughout Mexico have been reduced with the change in that country's government, she notes, and Los Cabos has remained relatively safe — enough that the area is enjoying a host of new development plans and a revival in the area's luxury home and resort market.
Those who own villas and condos in Los Cabos have rediscovered the allure, not to mention the financial rewards, of this spit of land tucked between the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. Construction activity includes not only new resort development, but the modernization and refurbishing of existing resorts and homes, new golf courses, new restaurants and new delights for cruise ship visitors and part-time residents alike.
It is a perfect destination for California and Arizona residents, but it's also easy enough, via frequent flights, for anyone to zip in for a weekend of golf, a lazy week on the beach, or a whirlwind dining and shopping adventure.
"Developers of some of the world's most luxurious resorts are moving in..."
"Developers of some of the world's most luxurious resorts are moving in," according to the analysts, and life in this part of the Baja will never again be this attractive financially.
For substantially less than the cost of a single second home, our group of 50 investors gains debt-free access to six separate luxury vacation homes, each valued at between $1.5 and $2 million. The best part? They are yours to visit again and again for the next seven years.
Before the sun sets on this opportunity, why not be one of the few to experience sunset and ocean views from your private terrace in Los Cabos, with a stunning view of "Land's End." All the amenities of Los Cabos are right at your doorstep and the saucy delights of all of Los Cabos lie just outside the gate.