Real estate tourism in the Dominican Republic maintains its operations around real estate with buyers who decide to enjoy them permanently. Confinement by covid-19 allows diversifying their offers despite the limitations of the state of emergency.
Challenges of the sector in the face of the coronavirus
The senior executive of Cap Cana stressed that the crisis generated by the covid-19 worldwide, has modified the lifestyle of people, therefore it has pushed many to seek safer places with less housing density that allows improving the quality of life. That is where, Medina says, tourist real estate developments as the “perfect places” for these purposes.
It maintains that the users of these properties, located around a golf course, a sports marina or in front of the beach, are more demanding than the traditional hotel tourist because their stay is not ephemeral and more independent when deciding the quality of the service to receive, including technological access to telework.