Love is not just about shared moments; it's also about creating a life together. As Valentine's Day approaches, we invite Bahamian couples to embark on a journey that goes beyond flowers and chocolates – the journey of finding, investing, and building a home together in the breathtaking landscapes of The Bahamas.

Home is Where the Heart Is

In the heart of The Bahamas lies an opportunity to turn your love story into a tangible foundation – your very own home. Beyond the palm-fringed beaches and turquoise waters, the prospect of owning a piece of paradise with your significant other is a step towards a shared future filled with warmth and security.

Investing in Forever

A home is not just a financial investment; it's an investment in your shared…

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Picture this: palm trees swaying in the gentle breeze, the sun setting over crystal-clear turquoise waters, and the enchanting sounds of holiday cheer filling the air. While many may associate the Christmas season with snow and chilly weather, selling your home in The Bahamas during this festive time is a unique and advantageous move. We'll explore why listing your property during a Bahamian Christmas can be a smart and joyous decision.

Serious Home Buyers in Paradise:
With its stunning beaches and vibrant culture, the Bahamas is a sought-after destination year-round. During Christmas, serious home buyers often take advantage of the festive atmosphere to explore real estate opportunities. Whether it's a second home, an investment property,…

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Are you considering a move to a place where turquoise waters kiss powdery white sands and where culture intertwines with opportunity? Look no further than The Bahamas. This tropical paradise offers breathtaking landscapes and a rich tapestry of traditions that can significantly inform your real estate decisions.  Cultural Treasures of The Bahamas Before diving into the world of Bahamian real estate, let's take a moment to appreciate the cultural richness of this archipelago. The Bahamas is a harmonious blend of African, European, and Indigenous American influences, a cultural mosaic that reflects in its traditions and way of life. Here are some cultural insights that can profoundly influence your real estate choices: 1. Warm…

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The Government of The Bahamas announced that effective Saturday, May 1st, 2021, fully vaccinated persons travelling to the Bahamas are exempt from Covid-19 test requirements.

When travelling to the Bahamas you will still be required to complete the Travel Health Visa located at travel.gov.bs

According to the CDC, persons are considered fully vaccinated two(2) weeks after receiving the 2nd dose of the vaccine.  In the case of the one (1) dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine, persons are considered fully vaccinated two (2) weeks prior to receiving this vaccine.

Travelers are still required to take a negative antigen test for re-entry to the United States, three (3) days prior to their return.  Testing sites can be found…

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The Bahamas is known for its sun, sand and sea, but a day at the beach isn't the only way to enjoy the country's stunning natural beauty.

New Providence's six national parks is a great way to discover the island's indigenous flora and fauna.

At the southwest end of the island visit the Primeval Forest National Park, which is home to an old-growth forest with limestone caverns, sinkholes and early evergreen tropical hardwood trees as well as a variety of native flora and fauna, birds and butterflies.

Also in the southwest is Bonefish Pond, consisting of 1,800 acres of coastal wetlands. Use the boardwalks to explore the marine nursery for resident fish and birds. 

At the 250-acre Harrold and Wilson Ponds National Park in south-central New…

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Forecasters are predicting an above normal hurricane season this year, with 10-16 named storms, 5-9 hurricanes and 1-5 major hurricanes.

The official start of the Atlantic hurricane season is June 1 and runs through November 30. Your safety and the safety of your family and loved ones is most important but don't forget about protecting your home. It's one of your largest investments.

In addition to the basic preparedness tips, such as assembling a hurricane prep kit, knowing where to go in case of an evacuation and finding a reliable and trusted source of information to monitor the storm, here are a few tips to make sure your home is secured and protected.

  • Review your homeowners insurance policy - make sure your home insurance policy…

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If you're looking for a fun way to explore the islands of The Bahamas and learn a little something about the country along the way, check out the array of festivals help throughout the Family Islands all year long.

It's a vibrant showcase of Bahamian history, heritage and culture, featuring local fare, music, art and craft, and rich traditions/

Here are some of the most popular festivals to look out for. There's something for everyone.

Seafood lovers should check out the McLean's Town Conch Cracking Festival, scheduled for October 8 in the east end of Grand Bahama.

Cracking conch to extract the meat from the shell has been elevated to an art form here. Fishermen compete for the coveted title of Best Conch Cracker. Visitors are welcome to…

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New Providence has its fair share of beautiful residential area to boast of, but some neighborhoods have an extra special history that set them apart from the more newly established exclusive communities.

Long before there was Lyford Cay, Paradise Island, Old Fort Bay and Albany, there was the eastern foreshore  (made up of East Bay Street and Eastern Road), where the country's wealthy and influential built their homes.

In 1786, Governor James Murray, the royal governor of The Bahamas form 1787-1796, was among the first to build his summer home there overlooking the eastern harbour entrance.  He named the house "The Hermitage," which is now owned by the Catholic Archdiocese of Nassau and serves as the official residence of the Catholic Archbishiop…

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If you've just purchased a new house or finished building your dream home and are looking to fill those empty walls, consider investing in some original Bahamian art to bring an authentic island feel to your living space.

The Bahamas has a rich and thriving art scene so there are lots of options to choose from when it come to local art.

But buying art can sometimes be a little intimidating and complicated, especially if you've never do it before.  What to buy? Where to buy it: Can I afford it?

Experts say the first thing you should do - before you even start looking - is focus on a budget.  Decide how much you want to spend.

And don't worry, you can buy art no matter what your price point.  You don't have to spend an exorbitant amount of…

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