Playa del Carmen, Mexico (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Caribbean Living, the wildly successful master planned community located in the new suburb area of Playa del Carmen, is now using solar panels on the roofs of the residences to generate the electricity needed for the common areas.
“This is a huge step forward, especially in Mexico,” says Steve Didier, Chief Marketing Officer for American Realty. “But that’s the kind of progressive, forward thinking you would expect of a company who has won the Builder of the Year Award 9 out of the last 10 years. They are committed to sustainability in construction and preservation of the environment.”
The solar panels, which will be located on the roofs of the residences along with water storage containers, will generate enough electricity to cover all the power requirements for the development’s common areas. This will be reflected in some major savings for the residents in terms of Home Owner’s Association Fees, or Strata Fees as they are referred to in Canada.
“This is just another major feather in the cap of this project and one that provides even greater value to prospective home buyers,” stated Steve Didier. “With the fees at only $60 per month, that won’t dent anybody’s budget and provides a great perk for residents and investors alike.”
This is one of many different initiatives that the builder for Caribbean Living has committed to, and one of the reasons that this is the most successful real estate development in the entire Caribbean.
American Realty has been helping Americans and Canadians own property in Playa del Carmen since 2005 and are experts in all areas of Mexican real estate, as well as the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA.
For further information about the Caribbean Living development or if you have any other questions regarding real estate in Playa del Carmen, please visit our website.