Charlotte Semple, the Market's director and proprietor of Xocodiva - said the number of market vendors has increased from 65 to 90 in the last two years. "We have a very long waiting list. The market is full at the moment. This year, the market has kind of exploded, and people recognize the viability of this."
Recent strolls at the Market revealed an eclectic and imaginative array of products - egg plant, greens, perogies, pastries, coffee, jams, breads, cheeses, pickles, cigars, and organic mosquito repellant, to name but a few. At this market, the accent is on the value-added.
Semple estimated that as many as 5,000 people show up on a good day.
March 1st 2013, Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Per Top producing Boardwalk Realty, owners Mike Green and John Swanson, "It's great to see this business expansion as well as having a good place for our residents and future residents to go.
When asked, how this could affect Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta, Mike Green remarked, " People considering a move certainly take into account the local amenities and environment. This casual shopping environment is reminiscent of what you find in Europe and has tremendous appeal for everyone who lives or visits here.
Boardwalk Realty Puerto Vallarta represents buyers and sellers of Real Estate in the entire Bay of Banderas area, and will soon add a rental and property management division.