InvestigateTurks and Caicos real estate

turks and caicos real estateSome of the world’s finest real estate investment opportunities are waiting to be discovered in the Caribbean’s Turks and Caicos Islands.

Close to Miami, this British Overseas Territory has been largely overlooked by investor groups, and consists of two groups of sub-tropical islands in the West Indies, including the glorious Grace Bay area in Providenciales.

The Turks and Caicos Islands has the third largest coral reef system in the world, together with some of the best tropical beaches anywhere. The Islands’ safety, natural beauty, and open government has fostered a growing, profitable but low-key tourism industry since the early 1990s that is increasing demand for real estate development.

Upscale tourists and affluent retirees choose the Turks and Caicos as a sunny, safe destination with beautiful, uncrowded beaches. Real estate investment opportunities include rental properties, hotels, resorts, condominium developments and individual condos and homes available for long term stays or purchase.

TCI’s “Open Arms” investment policy begins with the obvious advantages of the country’s no tax status, an efficient administrative system and an attractive package of concessions to qualified investors.

Resort or real estate development is an obvious choice for the 130 square miles of beach front boasted by the eight main island and 20 smaller islands of the Turks and Caicos. The weather is usually sunny and mostly dry.

People seeking a safe, secure environment with superior growth potential are finding the islands of Turks and Caicos an ideal selection for their lifestyle and investment choices.

The Shore Club at Long Bay Beach offers Turks and Caicos real estate.

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About Charles Edwards

I'm a travel writer specializing in Caribbean destinations, notably the Turks and Caicos Island, St. Martin (French West Indies), St. Lucia, and the Dominican Republic. Although I am quite lazy and prefer spending most of my time reading a good book by the pool or on the beach, I'm also quite interested in ethnobotany, ecology, and natural history.

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