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Do you own a second home in the Caribbean and have decided - or for
financial reasons, need - to rent it out? If so, our 5-point checklist
should help you get started and begin generating some rental income.
1) Check regulations and complete the necessary
paperwork. Confirm with your municipality and development whether
your property is eligible to be rented out. Popular tourist destinations
often have local laws prohibiting or limiting the rental of More...
The Caribbean is made up of different islands, each with its own
jurisdiction and ways of doing things. You should also be aware that the
development of different countries in the Caribbean can greatly influence
the property industry with regards to standards and the way agents
Generally speaking the sale of property in the Caribbean is on the rise,
with more people looking to invest, as well as migrate. The first step is
to decide which island you want to buy on, More...
The Caribbean has always been a popular destination for those looking for
a warmer climate, slower pace of life and generally more relaxing
lifestyle. It doesn’t matter whether you are buying in the UK or the
Caribbean, you should always view the property before you buy it. Not doing
so is a good way to end up with a house that is very disappointing and
probably needs a lot of work doing to it to bring it up to the standard you
might expect. Legal proceedings are also bound to be More...
The Caribbean is made up of many different islands, so this article will
give a broad overview of the way in which estate agents work across the
Caribbean. There may be differences in specific countries so it is always
best to ask if you are not sure, before you commit to an agent. You should
also be aware that the development of different countries in the Caribbean
can greatly influence the property industry with regards to standards and
the way agents work.
Generally speaking More...
The Caribbean doesn’t have a ‘style’ per se, rather,
they build what they can afford. It can be a conflicting image visiting a
Caribbean island, as you may be walking through villages with wooden huts
on minute, and looking in awe at magnificent mansions the next.
Houses are built based on financial situations, weather conditions and
land location. The Caribbean really does have housing of every kind, from
forest shacks, wooden houses, villas and mansions and More...