Punta Arena features 3 bedroom oceanview apartments in Punta Blanca, just 30 meters from the beach.
Punta Blanca is a small exclusive beach town, largely comprised of vacational homes and condos. It is known throughout Ecuador as a high end community that is something of a status symbol for the Ecuadorean upper class. This helps generate extremely strong high season demand for those wishing to earn income through a rental property. That said, it is still something of an up and coming area where opportunities still exist to get in at a great price.
The beach of Punta Blanca is both extensive – stretching many miles along the coast – and breathtaking. 2kms up the beach sits the Royal Decamoran all inclusive hotel. Salinas is only a 20 minute care ride south, while Montañita and Olón sit 30 minutes to the north, providing owners 2 great destinations for nearby daytrips or nights out on the town.
The Punta Arena condos, set to be completed in November, will include 15 3-Bedroom apartments, an elevator, a parking garage, pool, and common area. With prices starting at $156.000 or 1250/m2, prices come in below the going rate for new construction in the area. The project is completely self financed and construction will move ahead irrespective of sales.
Come see for yourself why many call Punta Blanca Ecuador´s most beautiful beach and learn about the fantastic opportunity for retirement and investment offered in Punta Arena.
Map & Distances
Closest AirportAeropuerto General Ulpiano Paez - 27.00 km (16.78 mi)
Closest HospitalHospital de Santa Elena - 14.00 km (8.70 mi)
Closest Shopping CenterPaseo Shopping, La Península - 18.00 km (11.18 mi)
Closest Bank/ATMSanta Elena - 11.00 km (6.84 mi)
Closest Gas StationSanta Elena - 6.00 km (3.73 mi)
Meet the Developers
Owner / Founder
Amy holds both Bachelor and Master degrees in Spanish Language and Literature and spent a number of years living in Spain. She worked in New York as a compliance officer and in estate planning and wealth management, completing her MBA in Financial Management in 1999.
Amy has traveled extensively and in 2006 she backpacked throughout Ecuador, her 23rd country visited. In June of 2007 she decided to permanently move to Ecuador living first in Quito, then moving to the coastal town of Montañita and finally settling in Salinas a year later.
Amy started her Ecuadorian real estate career in 2008 managing private residences and then became the Administrator of several Salinas condominium buildings.
She was the first foreigner to obtain the Ecuadorian real estate license (#166-G) and is a member of the Guayaquil Real Estate Association.
Amy has been a warden for the US Consulate for the Salinas area since 2008. She is a charter member of the Salinas Spondylus Rotary Club.