Congress real Estate Riviera Maya
XXXVII AMPI NATIONALCONVENTION 2008 RIVIERA MAYA NOVEMBER 17 TO 22, 2008
With 9,000 miles of coastline, Mexico has incredible beaches and offers the best water sports in the hemisphere.
For this reason we have thousands of foreigners that come to vacation and to retire. This represents a great opportunity to increase sales, provided we know what we are doing.
In the 37th Annual National AMPI Convention we have the opportunity to learn how to take care of the foreign visitors that wish to enjoy life in Mexico.
Wednesday November 19, 2008
9:00-18:00 (Tuesday18 / Wendsday 19)
CIPS Financial (SPANISH)
PRE-Registration of congress members
WELCOME COCKTAIL LOBBY BAR
Dinner in LE BUFFET
Show in EL TEATRO
Discotheque (Dancing music and environment)
Day 1:Thursday, November 20, 2008
SALON MAGNO XCARET
08:30 – 9:00
Congress Member registration
9:15 – 9:30
Welcome speech Lic. Guadalupe Duran Congress Director
9:30 – 9:40
Institutional Congress Video
10:00 – 10:10
Quintana Roo’s Governor Lic. Félix Arturo Gonzalez Canto Arrival
10:10 – 10:15
Words by Laura Zapata President AMPI Riviera Maya Section
10:15 – 10:25
Words by Architect Sergio Dueñas Jiménez National AMPI President
10:25 – 10:45
Opening ceremony by Lic. Félix Arturo Gonzalez Canto
10:45 – 11:00
Departure of the Governor Lic. Félix Arturo Gonzalez Canto
11:00 – 12:00
NEW REAL ESTATE TRENDS
PANEL SUCCESSFUL HIGH END DEVELOPERS
Grupo GICSA Rafael Kably,
Becker Arquitectos Alan Becker,
Grupo Carrousel Carlos Tommasi
Grupo HXM Gerardo Prieto Trevino.
Opening ceremony exhibition floor (Coffee Break)
12:50 – 14:00
Cultural differences, and structuring the deal Internationally
Lic. Manuel Rajunov – Mexico, Abogado, Inmuebles e Impuestos Internacionales
Thompson & Knight Impact.
Until when will we see changes in the work place for fiscal and legal practices that affects our activity as Real Estate Professionals?
Juan Manuel Valles – México, Author of “Retos de Vender Inmuebles en México” ¿hasta cuando?
Coffe Break Expo
Evolution of the Mexican Economy and the roll of Real Estate
Lic Gabriel Quadri de la Torre – México, Economist, professor, author.
SHOW XCARET TEATRO TLACHCO
DINNER LE BUFFET
Host at Flamenco Xcaret Riviera Maya reservation for congress
PRICE PER PERSON, PER NIGHT, IN AN ‘ALL INCLUSIVE’ PLAN
Sgl. de Luxe occupation $170.00 usd.
Dbl. de Luxe occupation $117.00 usd.
Extra person $ 95.00usd.
Children 2 to 12 years old $54.00 usd.
NOTE: THE MINIMUM STAY IN THIS HOTEL IS 2 NIGHTS, IN THE CASE OF THE REQUEST OF ONE NIGHT STAY; THERE IS A $40 USD CHARGE.
2) THE ABOVE ‘ALL INCLUSIVE’ PLAN RATES INCLUDE:
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner and LE BUFFET, BEACH CLUB.
Unlimited national alcoholic beverages, unlimited juices and sodas, mini-bar with water and sodas.
Recreational activities in the pool area.
Daily activities program for adults and children.
Tennis courts, previous reservation
Beach Club Restaurant
The Mayan Riviera covers more than 140 kilometers of land on the coast of the Mexican Caribbean, in the west side of the Yucatan’s Peninsula. This place not only has paradise beaches but also the ideal temperature to enjoy its clear waters and multiple destinations all year long.
Located only 17 kilometers away from Cancun’s International Airport, the Mayan Riviera starts with the characteristic town of Puerto Morelos, passing through magical and interesting places such as Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Akumal, and Tulum, the only archeological site that has as a background the Caribbean Sea. The Mayan Riviera ends in Carrillo Puerto, a lovely town that combines colonial remains and Mayan traditions.
The Mayan Riviera offers amazing Mayan archeological sites, as well as peerless crystal water beaches, a perfect place to relax and enjoy the endless array of water activities going from scuba diving to snorkeling in the second largest coral reef in the work, to practicing sailing or kitesurf. Besides, the Mayan Riviera offers an exuberant flora and fauna with extraordinary spots such as the Sian Ka’an Reserve, declared world heritage in 1986 by the UNESCO.
With such natural and cultural wealth, the Mayan Riviera invites to explore, relax, have fun and learn. It covers picturesque towns dedicated to craftwork; fisherman towns; several recreational parks; modern complexes integrated by hotels, boutiques and golf courses; small cozy hotels with the charm of a personalized and family service and cabins with hammocks; places to camp under the shadow of palm trees; lonely beaches where sea turtles nest during full moon nights in the summer; a sea port and a luxurious marina; important archeological zones; cenotes and underground rivers and an intense nightlife. Many opportunities for a truly different vacation.
The Mayan Riviera’s splendor invites to be part of the place and covers any traveler with the magic of its culture, its exuberant nature and clear waters. A place that seduces with its people and leaves a mark in the smile of its visitors.
We can hardly describe with words the energy and charm of this place, so we invite you to discover and explore the authentic taste of the Mayan culture, combined with a natural environment and with the highest quality services to complete an unforgettable vacation.