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By Romac Sotheby's International Realty Company
(Romac Sotheby's International Realty )
Comments 4
The recession has hit certain industries harder than others. But, Caribbean real estate is one of its greatest victims. With people concerned about their life savings and getting their salaries frozen at work, there’s little concern about enjoying a week in the Caribbean for their vacation or buying Caribbean real estate to enjoy their retirement in paradise. But as the recession nears its end, the demand for Caribbean real estate is slowly rising and the supply of Caribbean real estate is now more affordable than ever. Caribbean real estate in hotspots like the Bahamas, Dominican Republic and the Virgin Islands has seen sharp declines in home values. While this has been a plight for current residents, it also creates opportunity for new residents to get great deals on Caribbean real es...
By Romac Sotheby's International Realty Company
(Romac Sotheby's International Realty )
Comments 0
Just South of Anguilla is the Caribbean island of St Barthelemy, an amazingly scenic island with pristine beaches and plenty of available real estate. St Barthelemy or St Barts as it popularly referred to as, is a popular Caribbean island for its exciting attractions and incredible real estate. Hotels and resorts are popular on St Barts and include the Carl Gustaf, Eden Rock, Francois Plantation, Hotel Guanahani and Spa, Le Christopher and Le Toiny. These hotels have amazing amenities like in-house dining, Jacuzzis, saunas, water sports and state-of-the-art fitness centers. Some of the incredible restaurants on St Barts are Brtolomeo – a French cuisine restaurant, La Plage- French cuisine restaurant and Le Rivage- also a French cuisine restaurant. The people of St Barts also referred to...
By Romac Sotheby's International Realty Company
(Romac Sotheby's International Realty )
Comments 1
St Eustatius is a relatively secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean. With neighboring islands like St Kitts and the Virgin Islands its easy to overlook this island. But for those seeking an authentic and pristine Caribbean experience, St Eustatius might be the perfect place. St Eustatius is one of the few places in the Caribbean you can purchase acres of waterfront land. The low population of St Eustatius means the natural beauty of the island is easier to preserve and the beaches are quite breathtaking. The official language of the island is Dutch, which is largely because St Eustatius is a constituent of The Kingdom of the Netherlands. English is widely spoken throughout the island and there is a hint of culture from The Netherlands, Caribbean and English speaking cultures. Res...
By Romac Sotheby's International Realty Company
(Romac Sotheby's International Realty )
Comments 2
St Martin is widely regarded as the Caribbean’s most popular island. Tourists from everywhere visit the island to not only experience the natural beauty of the Caribbean but also the exciting lifestyle of St Martin. St Martin is a must-stop for Cruise ships so tourists visiting the island change weekly if not daily. The island has adapted to enhance its image as a tourist hub in the Caribbean by building incredible hotel-resorts, casinos and dozens of nightlife spots. Unless there’s a festival occurring, St Martin is relatively quiet in the day, but when the sun goes down St Martin turns into a booming Caribbean nightlife spot. St Martin has heavy French influences, so the homes, attire and accents usually reflect French backgrounds. The main advantage to their French backgrounds is the...
By Nancy McNamee
(Keller Williams Realty)
Comments 10
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.  Have you been slaving at the office and need a vacaton?  I just returned from a 14 day cruise in the Caribbean and would be happy to let anyone who has a desire to visit any of the same islands a synopsis of what we did and my impression of the islands.  We visited St. John; Cabrits, Dominica; Kingston, St, Vincent; Scarborogh, Tobago; Gustavia, St Barts; Virgin Gorda; Ponce, Puerto Rico; Cayo Leintado, Dominican Republic; and Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos.  Some were beautiful and some I wouldn't really care to go visit again.  We like to snorkel and enjoyed that on three islands.  Some of the islands had more beaches than others.  Our whole reason for going there was to snorkel at Devil's Bay at Virgin Gorda.  I had a poster of it for a long t...

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