In a city that thrives on its turquoise beaches and vibrant culture, the underbelly of Cancun's real estate market has recently come under scrutiny. The Municipality of Benito Juárez has taken a bold step in addressing the rampant issue of illegal land sales, unleashing the first legal salvo against unscrupulous developers. This marks a turning point in the city's quest to untangle the web of irregular real estate ventures that have cast a shadow on its pristine image.
Nahielli Orozco Lozano, the municipal secretary of Ecology and Urban Development, is at the forefront of this battle. In a candid revelation, Lozano disclosed that a complaint has been officially lodged with the State Attorney General's Office against a particular development. The charges are centered around the illicit sale of land lots, an action that has occurred without the necessary permits, creating a legal tempest that threatens to engulf those responsible.