Cities that have grown at high rates tend to confront a scarcity of public services. Currently, 55% of the people in the world live in cities, and according to the United Nations, they will continue to grow, above all in developing countries. For Quiero Casa, as a participant in the market, it is important to…Read more
In order to open a dialogue among real estate development experts, Quiero Casa convened a forum to talk about the market trends, highlighting that, in principle, to talk about real estate development.Read more
Through meetings with the Azcapotzalco borough, Quiero Casa and Fundación Construye Bienestar were able to intervene in Azkatl Park, which was located in a high risk zone due to harmful fauna and its conditions. Quiero Casa and Fundación Construye Bienestar did an intervention project, which included rehabilitation…Read more
Pepe Shabot, president and founder of Quiero Casa, was named National Winner of EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2018 Mexico. This prize is given to entrepreneurs who dare to change the rules of the game to transform the world in an unexpected way through their businesses. The selection process was…Read more
Quiero Casa turns 10 years thanks to the support of the great leaders of the real estate sector, time in which it has consolidated its practice in marketing and profitability for investors and partners. Through 5 measures, Quiero Casa traces a route of action to contribute with a quality offer for families…Read more
• Digital tools and virtual reality strengthen the purchase-sale experience
• Online mortgages are indicating the way to purchase housing and women are the ones who are more quickly adopting this trend
• Millennials sacrifice space and seek new housing schemes in order to reside in places closer to their activities
• Sustainable energy, solar panels, and community solar frameworks are proposed as a source of savings that will come very soon to Mexico
• The winning project, Paseo 136, redignifies a historic building while at the same time it provides Mexican families with a modern and sustainable house, a home close to sources of work.
• The National Housing Prize recognizes projects noted for their location, urban design, feasibility of services, densification, financing, and sustainability.
With the development Paseo 136, Quiero Casa achieves once again joining the affordable housing supply, at competitive prices with a modern and sustainable design that is integrated to the urban context of Mexico City.Read more
• Mateo Turanzas, IT director of Sidehouse, is recognized as one of the 100 CIOs of Mexico 2018 for his project Evolución Digital 360°
• In order to improve the client experience, Sidehouse developed for the company Inmobiliaria Quiero Casa the first real estate Marketplace in Mexico