Vivo Resorts – Luxury Oceanfront Condo Pioneers


In Phil Butler’s January 31, 2019, online article for Realty Biz News, Vivo Resorts was  highlighted, noting that for investors and retirees, Mexico offers unique opportunities with very few restrictions on international buyers.”

In Butler’s view, even though Mexico and greater Central America have some of the hottest luxury condo markets in the world, they still represent exceptional value for retirees and expats. For more on this, see this Luxury Living International article entitled, 7 Hottest Real Estate Markets in Paradise.

Vivo Corporate Trust

While the luxury property boom in Mexico has been alive and well for some time now, many popular condo markets, in places like Cancun and San Miguel de Allende, have become somewhat oversaturated.

However, as Butlers stated in the Realty Biz News, Vivo Resort, Vivo Resorts is a company that is very “proactive in helping investors buy-in to unique west coast opportunities.” Vivo created a Corporate Trust environment that actually simplifies the buying process. The Trust also helps potential buyers to navigate Mexican regulations.

Affordable Luxury Oceanfront Condos

According to Realty Biz News, Vivo Resorts has carved out its own niche and is now the “premier luxury oceanfront hotel and luxury condo operation on Oaxaca’s Emerald Coast.” They offer affordable luxury oceanfront condos (starting at $232,900 USD) plus private villas in the quaint surfing town of Puerto Escondido in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Each turnkey condo package also comes with full kitchen and laundry facilities plus a 5-year payment plan and a choice of 4 different décor options. They are also well suited for retirees as well as young couples and families.

Developer Cary Mullen

When asked to illuminate on his vision, developer Cary Mullen stated that Puerto Escondido, which is just over an hour from Huatulco, has emerged as “One of the top destinations in Mexico for its value, outstanding weather, diverse activities, and unmatched natural beauty.”

Butler appears to agree, stating that Puerto Escondido offers a magnificent cultural, geographic, and natural landscape” that is so attractive because so far, this “little paradise has been missed by the gigantic developers.”

As the brainchild of Canadian developer Cary Mullen, Vivo Resorts is the first luxury condo development in the area. Fronted by a 12-mile stretch of pristine Pacific Coast beachfront, Vivo Resorts is a private, gated community on Palmarito Beach, just 15 minutes from Puerto Escondido.

Mullen’s vision, according to Butler, was to “Create a kind of understated elegance, comfort and a genuine welcome” in the luxury hotel/condo/home market.

Even though Vivo Resorts has completed only 100 of the planned 600 luxury oceanfront condos, most amenities are already in place. The newly opened Vivo Clubhouse includes ocean view gym and recreational facilities plus a spa, events space, business center, library, kids center, and restaurant.

According to Realty Biz News, Vivo Resorts is still a “hidden gem.”

About Realty Biz News

Realty Biz News hails itself as “the” online source for current and timely real estate news that affects realtors and consumers. They cover stories that range from real estate marketing and housing trends to social media for realtors and resources for consumers.

You can read Phil Butler’s entire Realty Biz News Vivo Resorts article in the PDF file entitled, Room for Luxury Property Pioneers – Vivo Resorts.”

Contact Vivo Resorts

To learn more about Vivo Resorts Oaxacan Beachfront Living or for information about buying a luxury condo in Puerto Escondido, please contact Vivo by email or call Vivo at 1-888-236-2876, which is toll-free from the USA or Canada.

Luxury condos at Vivo Resorts in Puerto Escondido Mexico can also be rented through Vivo Vacations.


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