Among the Caribbean resorts most desired by investors, we could not help but mention a small paradise, surrounded by crystal clear sea and dotted with 33 beautiful beaches. If you also want to live in a place unique in its kind, but also full of many opportunities, the answer is before your eyes, enclosed in a single word: Anguilla.
Buying a house in Anguilla will be what will allow you to make a change in your life. All you have to do is carefully follow the next few lines. We at Realigro in fact, we have created a mini guide made to measure for you, able to combine both the answers to all the main questions that arise in terms of new places to discover, both as regards specifically this fantastic land. And then, if you're ready, we can start!
Let's start by giving some information about the geography of the territory: which are the most beautiful places to visit?
One of the most beautiful experiences to try, once you get to Anguilla, is the boat tour of the beach Little Bay. One of the smallest but also most famous coasts of the Nation, is washed by a turquoise and crystal clear sea, ideal for snorkeling lovers. the excellent visibility guarantees to appreciate greatly the infamous coral reef, colorful and rich in a variety (including flora and fauna) unobtainable in other parts of the world.
But what are the documents needed to access this corner of paradise?
Depending directly on the United Kingdom, the island provides for legislation that complies with British legislation, including in terms of travel documentation. The executive power, in fact, is up to the Queen who, of course, is represented by the Governor of Anguilla. As far as the cost of living is concerned, we can say that prices tend not to deviate so much from the European average. However, being a predominantly tourist resort, it is understandable that, especially in high season, there are slightly higher prices.
Excluding therefore the expenses from '' traveler '', for those who want to buy a property in this land, must still refer to a European legislation (ie British) and a cost of living not very low but still in line with the main attractions from the point of view of tourism. as regards the property, even in this case, the costs that the future investor will face are calibrated according to the area of reference.
However, this is a market oriented towards the luxury segment, which is, however, expanding, over time, the sphere of foreign portfolios, ensuring a perfect match between supply and demand.
In conclusion, therefore, we can say that, despite the features of a typically Caribbean location, European legislation combined with the undisputed beauty of the place, provide greater security in terms of investment and, without a doubt, a fantastic return in terms of real estate acquired.
We hope that our mini guide has been exhaustive: all we can do is wish you a pleasant journey!
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