Rory King lived in Los Cabos for 17 years and spent 10 years as Director of Sales for Club Cascadas de Baja in Cabo San Lucas, earning the Gold ARDA award for in-house sales management. The explosive growth in the Los Cabos area over the last ten years has changed the region dramatically. Reflecting back on the rapid development provided Rory the impetus for a shift in attitude. In 2005, Rory formed King y Asociados “K y A”, a full-service real estate firm with its main office in Todos Santos, not just to sell real estate, but to be part of a grander vision, one that blends “green” living and earth-kind construction with real estate sales and development.
Rory can be reached on his cell from US at 01152 1 (612) 161-9728 or at email@example.com.
Recently designated a “Pueblo Mágico” or “Magic Town” by the Mexican Government, Todos Santos provides an opportunity to develop a very unique destination in an environmentally friendly manner. K y A supports the low density developments that are being designed and those developers that have the forethought to utilize renewable energy and green building materials wherever possible.
K y A is working in the community to develop programs to assist and maintain the traditions, culture and heritage of Todos Santos, keeping a focus on those elements that set it apart from the rest of the Baja. The growing artist’s community, the agricultural industry with its numerous organic farms, the unspoiled beaches, tropical climate and the warmth and kindness of the Mexican culture all blend naturally here.
Rory is passionate about the opportunity for everyone to become part of the growth of the best kept secret in Baja and assume the responsibility to influence earth-kind development. Todos Santos offers potential investors and those seeking a vacation home a rich, healthy lifestyle, not just a second residence. Rory adds, “Our team strives to impart the beauty that Todos Santos has to offer upon our clients in hopes they will contribute and participate in the preservation of our lifestyle, so that they to may become part of something special, not just a resident in another resort community.”