Guests Tee Off at The Golf Club at Newcastle to Learn About Baja’s Next Move: Danzante Bay at the Islands of Loreto

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  Above: Blake Harrington (right), Partner and representative for Danzante Bay developer, Owen Perry of The Villa Group, flew up from Cabo San Lucas to share insights about second home ownership in Mexico.

Above: Blake Harrington (right), Partner and representative for Danzante Bay developer, Owen Perry of The Villa Group, flew up from Cabo San Lucas to share insights about second home ownership in Mexico.

  Christina Roberts (right) enjoyed watching the sun set over The Golf Club at Newcastle.

Christina Roberts (right) enjoyed watching the sun set over The Golf Club at Newcastle.

On Friday, May 11th, avid golfers and travelers joined a collective of real estate brokers for a fiesta at the Golf Club at Newcastle to learn more about Baja’s Next Move: Danzante Bay at the Islands of Loreto. The sun came out and there was a warm Baja breeze as close to one hundred invitees sipped margaritas while the sounds of Latin music and stories of Baja travel danced through the air. The event was co-hosted by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty brokers Sean Nielsen and Stephanie McMahon, who were thrilled to share the opportunity and mix and mingle with guests.

As a golf course home specialist with a passion for golfing, Nielsen says he was excited to share his first-hand knowledge of the newly appointed TPC Danzante Bay Golf Course, which shone through when he topped the evening off with a fun, animated putting challenge.

“Many of our attendees said they’ve been traveling to Cabo for years but are yearning for the ‘Old Baja’ vibe instead of the ‘see-and-be-seen international party atmosphere’ Cabo has become known for today,” said McMahon. “They were eager to learn about an offering that hearkens back to a more authentic, low-key approach to resort living.”

“It was a fun night at the Golf Club at Newcastle learning about the Danzante development in beautiful Loreto, Mexico,” reflected RSIR broker Christina Roberts. “When I was working for Alaska Airlines and flew there, I nicknamed it ‘Arizona on the water.’”

Pacific Northwesterners have increasingly been flocking to sunshine-filled second home and retirement opportunities south of the border, particularly those that afford ease of direct travel and a full suite of amenities and services. Many guests at the event talked about the appeal of a location that not only offers spectacular golf, but also endless ways to connect with nature on the Sea of Cortez and in the surrounding mountains, all within a fully serviced resort community.