Real estate developments in Tulum grow 50 percent.

The arrival of foreign investors has given employment to unionized workers, says Eduardo Hau.

The leader of the Trade Union Federation of Workers and Peasants (Fesoc) in Tulum, Eduardo Hau, announced that due to the growth that the municipality is having, the demand in construction has grown 50 percent in recent months, an increase of 80 percentage points.

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The arrival of foreign investors has meant that, in recent months, unionized workers have obtained sources of employment that benefit a little more than 120 Tulum families; they had a demand of 50 percent in service, assured the union leader.

“We are having many works, especially from foreign investors,” explained Eduardo Hau.

He said that the construction unions are at the maximum in operations, as they continue to arrive investments that require labor, to develop especially departments, residences and small centers of accommodation in the most developed sectors of the city.

He argued that many construction workers have been invited in the guild, given that with them they have the possibility to participate in any work and have all the benefits that the guild grants, ranging from equipment, to insurance in case of accident.

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Ryan Gravel is an American real estate broker and developer. He began his career at a young age working for his family owned construction company.

After graduating college at the University of Central Florida with a degree in business, Ryan set out to find untapped prolific markets around the world. His search landed him in Playa del Carmen, Mexico where he founded Virgin Realty Mexico and co-founded the Saatal Development Group one of the fastest growing development companies in the Riviera Maya.

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