Los Cabos

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As the real estate industry continues to grow and evolve with new technology and marketing platforms continually arriving on the scene, the role agents play in the buying and selling process is evolving right along with it. From The Agency’s Beverly Hills headquarters to our Turks and Caicos office, we spoke to a few of our agents about the role technology plays in real estate, what they believe the future holds for the industry, and the measures they’re taking now to adapt in the face of rapid change. From selling homes via virtual walkthroughs to developing the world’s first off-market listing service, there is one thing on which they all agree: when it comes to being an agent in the 21st century, innovation and adaptability are key.

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What drives Peter Sobrero, Managing Director of Resort Development for The Agency? A passion for exploring and finding new places, people, activities and lifestyles. It’s this enthusiasm that opens the door for new opportunities and concepts, like the recently revealed The Ledges at Espiritu, a collection of three-bedroom residences and five-bedroom penthouses perched above Palmilla Bay in Los Cabos, Mexico. When it was time to reflect on the vacation home sales explosion of late, we knew no better person to talk to. In this interview, Peter explains what people want in a resort home, his idea of heaven and where he swears you’ll run into the most dynamic people.

You’re quite the sports enthusiast. Having competed in several triathlons and over 15

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Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s most dynamic and picturesque destinations, where desert mountains gently slope to white sand beaches and crystal clear lagoons. But there is much more to Cabo than its natural beauty, as captured in a new video by the New York Times, “36 Hours in Los Cabos”, which goes beyond the beach to explore this vibrant community steeped in tradition and rich in culture.

“Though margarita-inspired indolence rules the region, rent a car to explore the peninsula’s less explicit charms, including surf breaks, organic farms, the Baja desert and a pair of art-centric colonial towns.” - New York Times

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The video follows the selection of Los Cabos earlier this year as a top destination in 2015  by both the New York

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