Source: Listín Diario
For Subero Medina, president of the Dominican Association of Real Estate Tourism (Adeti), and executive president of Cap Cana, the sector must undertake a change of strategy to provide health security and start operating with a highly demanding market.
“We will have to adapt to the new times. For example, the use of new telecommunications technologies, adaptation of parking lots so that it is possible to connect with electric vehicles, take into account service personnel, among others, which will be the basic needs that we have valued at the moment, “he argues.
View the future Today, real estate tourism has been an escape, a refuge for many. It is about experiencing a different “lifestyle” where safety prevails, technology and nature is a priority for everyone. In the near future, many consider that the experience in these destinations can become a first home, so he believes that real estate tourism will undoubtedly have a rebound. He argues that builders will require the new demands of the market where today’s buyers are active and highly demanding using digital platforms to expand the range of public they want to obtain.