HousingWire is reporting that interest in Puerto Rico’s real estate is, again, on the rise with investors capitalizing on the downward trend in real estate prices. They cite a recent study by Point2 Homes suggesting that U.S. mainland homebuyers are looking to purchase homes on the island within the next year. In addition HousingWire points out that over the past eight years, PR’s median home sales price dropped 48% from $224k in 2010 to $116,750 in 2018. Damage from Hurricane Maria was an estimated $90 billion with housing taking the largest hit. Over 470k properties were hit by the storm and of those about 20% were completely destroyed.