Bahamas Real Estate Home Ownership
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Islands of The Bahamas…It’s Also Better to Live Here
From the tranquil Island chain of The Bahamas, Real Estate Agent and Bahamas Residency Consultant, Glenn Ferguson announces the launch of “Islands of The Bahamas…It’s Also Better to Live Here” campaign.
The program is specifically designed to assist persons looking to relocate to The Bahamas, providing professional guidance with residency and buying a vacation or second home in The Bahamas.
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While many people are familiar with Nassau and Paradise Island, the campaign invites people to consider buying homes on one of the hundreds of pristine and unspoiled islands in The Bahamas, scattered over some 100,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean.
The campaign, which targets retirees as well as people who can work remotely, is designed to meet the needs of most budgets.
When asked how the current pandemic might affect his campaign, Glenn said, “Frankly, this is an ideal time to consider buying for a number of reasons. First, most people have more time to weigh their options. More importantly, the Bahama Islands offer what many people will be looking for as things get back to normal - low density, sun, sea and sand. All that with modern amenities and proximity to the United States, simply make the Bahamas an ideal choice for second home and vacation home buyers.”
Glenn also said, that the campaign offers prospects, the possibility of enjoying immediate benefits that they will no doubt appreciate after having been in lockdown for many weeks.
The campaign launched with a series of informational videos and, answering frequently asked questions about buying real estate in The Bahamas. It is intended to provide international buyers with the insider secrets you need to avoid common home buying mistakes, while saving you time and money when you buy your vacation home in The Bahamas. The first video addresses the question: “Is Bahamas Real Estate a Good Investment?”
About Homes for sale in Nassau Bahamas
Homes for Sale in Nassau Bahamas is a luxury real estate firm founded in 2001 and located on West Bay Street in Nassau, New Providence and provides individually tailored real estate consulting and marketing services for persons looking to buy, sell or lease property in The Bahamas. The company boast of having strategic partnerships with Legal, Accounting & Tax, Finance & Investment expertise, making it a one stop shop for investors looking to buy real estate in The Bahamas.
About Glenn Ferguson
Glenn has a diverse background in financial services, specializing in retirement planning and has meshed this with, residency consulting and luxury real estate to provide international and local client with the in-depth market insights and financial guidance needed when buying a home or investment property. Glenn is a Bahamas Real Estate Association (B.R.E.A) licensed agent and an Associate of Darville Wong Realty, a local real estate company headed by William Wong, Past President of The Bahamas Real Estate Association (B.R.E.A) and Chris Darville, combining over 100 years of real estate in The Bahamas experience.
Immigrating to The Bahamas
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If you've been considering immigrating to The Bahamas, you're on the path towards a life filled with sun, sand, and the relaxed rhythm of island living. However, the process of immigration requires careful planning and understanding of the country's regulations. Here's a breakdown of key factors you need to know about immigrating to the Bahamas:
Visas and Permits: The type of visa or permit you need depends on the purpose of your stay. If you plan on working in the Bahamas, you'll need a work permit, which must be applied for by your prospective employer. If you're planning to retire to the Bahamas, you may apply for a permanent or annual residence permit.
Permanent Residency: This is the highest immigration status available in the Bahamas. It's available to individuals who have made a significant economic contribution to the Bahamas, such as owning a home or making other substantial investments. The benefits include the right to live in the Bahamas and travel freely in and out of the country.
Annual Residency: This is available to individuals who wish to stay in the Bahamas for an extended period. It's suitable for those who own a home in the Bahamas but do not qualify for permanent residency. You'll need to renew this annually.
Home Owner's Card: If you purchase a property worth at least $500,000, you can apply for a Home Owner's Card. This card grants you and your immediate family the ability to enter and reside in the Bahamas and is renewable annually.
Work Permit: If you plan on working in the Bahamas, you'll need a work permit. The application for this must be made by your prospective employer.
Citizenship: After ten years of legal residence (including permanent residency), you can apply for Bahamian citizenship. However, the process is long and there's no guarantee of approval.
Healthcare: The Bahamas has a mixture of public and private healthcare facilities. While the standard of care is generally high, it's recommended that you have comprehensive health insurance.
Taxes: The Bahamas is a tax-friendly country with no income tax, capital gains tax, or inheritance tax. However, there is a Value Added Tax (VAT) applied to most goods and services.
Cost of Living: While there's no denying the beauty of the Bahamas, living there comes with a high price tag. The cost of living can be high, especially on more popular islands like Nassau and Grand Bahama.
Remember, every immigration process can be complex and requires careful preparation and consideration. It's recommended to seek legal advice or consult with a Bahamas Residency Consultant, like Glenn Ferguson, who can provide you with up-to-date, personalized advice based on your specific situation on immigrating to The Bahamas.