The number 1 rule to buying a property in Caribbean is to make sure you have a lawyer. You
wouldn’t buy a property in the UK without a solicitor would you? Within this area we have a
selection of articles that relate to the legal facets of property in The Caribbean.
Visas and permits for the Caribbean8th February 2012 - 11:01
The Caribbean is made up of many islands, all of which have something
special to offer visitors and migrants alike. Most foreigners moving to the
Caribbean, retire there, taking advantage of its relaxed pace of life, warm
weather and glorious scenery.
It is rare for any non-Caribbean nationals to find work in the countries
because they tend to employ nationals to complete jobs. A non-national may
sometimes be considered for roles which cannot be done by a national of more...
Tips for renovating in the Caribbean7th December 2011 - 06:23
Admit it: your dream home is a traditional plantation house tucked into a
hillside amongst banana trees and with views of a sparkling blue
sea… Sounds idyllic and there’s one destination famous for
this type of property – the Caribbean. Some of the most stunning
homes in the Caribbean are wooden plantation homes – the ones with
those gorgeous verandas – brought back to life so they retain all
their original features but have mod cons subtly incorporated more...
Buying land to build on in the Caribbean26th October 2011 - 10:28
The Caribbean covers a vast area and includes many different islands, all
of which have their own rules and regulations when it comes to foreigners
buying property there. This article will focus primarily on Barbados as an
example, however if you are planning on buying land or property anywhere
else in the Caribbean, then it is really important that you do your
research beforehand. It has never been easier for foreign nationals to buy
property in the Caribbean, as the majority of the more...
Lessons to be learned: a buying story from the Caribbbean14th September 2011 - 05:23
The Caribbean is renowned for its laid back-way of life, fresh food,
music, and friendly people; not to mention the gorgeous tropical climate.
The Caribbean is the ideal place to retire to, as there are not many jobs
to be found there, but in terms of quality of life, there is a great deal
John and Maggie Jacobs were enjoying retired life when they began to get
itchy feet. They didn’t want to spend their days growing old in the
UK and they felt they more...
Finding a good solicitor in the Caribbean3rd August 2011 - 11:37
When people move to the Caribbean it is for the relaxed way of life, the
hot and tropical climate, and the friendliness of the people who live
there. Moving house will always be a stressful time; however there are
things you can do to alleviate some potential stresses that can occur when
the correct information is not given to people.
It is common to hear horror stories about people who have had their dreams
of a move abroad shattered by con men, faulty documents and above all, more...