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  • Jamaica Real Estate
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    Jamaica Real Estate

    You would expect that Jamaica real estate prices would be quite high, considering the posh hotels and resorts, the elegant restaurants, and quite frankly, just the brand name ‘Jamaica’, but actually it is not so! Leading realtor, Andrew Issa, was quoted as saying that currently purchasers get more ‘bang for the buck’ on real estates […] More

  • Construction Buildup in Guam Aids Real Estate
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    Construction Buildup in Guam Aids Real Estate

    The total real estate market in Guam is scheduled to reach $300 million. Overall sales went down last year, but with the construction buildup, the market is set to grow dramatically. In 2009, single-family homes were about $200,000. There exist certain restrictions however on foreign property ownership. The people of Guam are U.S. citizens and […] More

  • Real Estate Lingo Used in Kenya
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    Real Estate Lingo Used in Kenya

    When entering into a new real-estate market, it is important to learn the terms (lingo) often used by the market players in order to effectively and efficiently communicate, interact, negotiate and close deals. You do not want to be sidelined in business conversations or miss out on important information that can prove useful when making […] More

  • St Lucia Real Estate Tips: 5 Ways for Green Living on the Caribbean Island
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    St Lucia Real Estate Tips: 5 Ways for Green Living on the Caribbean Island

    St Lucia’s rich biodiversity and natural beauty play a significant role in the island’s culture and economy. The island’s 2 major industries, tourism and agriculture, both depend on sustainable environmental practices. In 2004 the Pitons were inducted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to their outstanding beauty and unique ecology. Environmental awareness is therefore […] More

  • The Need for Flood Insurance Is Real
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    The Need for Flood Insurance Is Real

    Unfortunately for Californians, the flooding this year is here. As predicted the rains have come from our long long drought. After three years, the rain gods have answered. A common misconception in California is that only the people in the Midwest need flood protection and that is a poor argument. Although the floods that we […] More

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