If you are looking to invest in real estate in The Bahamas you've picked the right place to own a second, or third home. The Bahamian real estate industry has a history of delivering high-quality service.
The International Persons Landholding Act makes buying and holding real estate in The Bahamas an uncomplicated and easy process for non-residents looking to buy property through all stages of the process.
They will show buyers what the market has to offer and guide you through all the necessary paperwork, regulations and related fees.
They can facilitate your purchase and recommend vital related services, such as locating a real estate lawyer and local banks that offer mortgage and loans to non-residents.
There is lots of inventory to choose from. Buy in an upscale, gated community, look for an ocean view condo or build your own dream home on the beach.
Adopting the island lifestyle doesn't have to be isolating. New Providence has on of the best international airports in the region with links to major destinations across the US, Canada, Europe and Latin America.
The country shares a time zone with major cities such as New York, Toronto and Miami, making business a breeze. The Bahamian dollar is pegged to the US dollar and both are used interchangeably.
Remember, it's important to use the services of an established and reputable real estate firm like Island Living Real Estate, which is accredited with the Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA).
For more information and a list of accredited agents visit BREA's website www.bahamasrealestateassociation.comPosted by Gina Knowles on
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