Antigua and Barbuda property investment can be a lucrative way to make the most out of your savings with more people now seeking advice on getting into property investment abroad.
There are a number of things to consider when thinking about how to start investing in property in Antigua and Barbuda, like where you are going to invest, what type of property investment you want to purchase and what are the tax implications of your investment.
Antigua & Barbuda is an island sovereign state in the West Indies, a member of the Commonwealth and lies between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is made up of the two major islands and smaller islands which include York Islands, Guiana, Great Bird, Green, Long, Maiden and the island of Redonda, which is uninhabited.
The population of permanent residents is around 95,900 (2018). 97% of the residents reside on Antigua. The capital is St. John’s on Antigua. Codrington is the largest town on Barbuda.
Antigua & Barbuda is the hub of the Eastern Caribbean. With some 365 beaches of clean turquoise waters (one for every day of the year). The islands are an inviting paradise and tourism generates around 60% of the island’s income, with key target markets being the US, Canada, UK and Europe. Average temperatures range between 23°c and 30°c.
There are attractions aplenty, from St John’s pastel-washed waterfront restaurants to the yachtsman’s paradise and Georgian charm of Nelson’s Dockyard. Then, there’s the pleasure of golf at the Cedar Valley Club, a variety of casinos, scuba diving over coral reefs, deep-sea fishing and water sports, tennis, cycling, horse riding, rainforest hiking and much more.
Antigua is a world-famous yachting destination with many international events, such as Sailing Week and the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta.
There are regularly scheduled flights to and from the USA, Canada, UK and Italy.
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