According to InternationalLiving.com's recently released 2017 Global Retirement Index, the top retirement destination in the world this year now goes to Mexico.
According to InternationalLiving.com's 2017 Global Retirement Index, Mexico gets top marks as the best place to retire based on cost of living, retiree benefits, climate, healthcare, and more.
According to STR's June 2016 Pipeline Report for Central and South America, over 66,352 hotel rooms in 417 projects Under Contract in the Central/South America region.
Trend to reshore some of the automotive industries manufacturing needs back in the U.S. is now having a significant impact on industrial markets across the U.S. and Mexico.
Miami's real estate market remains a top destination for foreign buyers despite economic slowdowns in Latin America and Western Europe.
According to property consultancy Knight Frank, office space in Hong Kong is more than twice as expensive as prime commercial property in any other global city.
Fundamentals are improving across many office markets in The Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe as we head into 2015.
STR Global reported this week that hotels across the Americas region recorded positive results in the three key performance metrics.
The outlook for Mexico's hotel industry is positive as the country enjoys a promising economic and political environment
London's West End is the world's most expensive office market, surpassing Hong Kong-Central, according to a report from CBRE. With occupancy costs of $259.36 per square feet per year, the U.K. location topped the most expensive list.
The house that served as Walter and Skylar White's home in "Breaking Bad" is the newest tourist attraction in Albuquerque, which is embracing its role as the fictional crystal meth capital of the Southwest.
Vacancy rates in Chile's tight office market reached the highest level in nine years in the first half of 2013.
The Mexican REIT Fibra Macquarie is buying two commercial properties in the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City (ZMCM) for approximately two billion pesos ($159 million) from companies controlled by the Mexican Commercial Fund.