Continuing to analyze the most desirable and desired dream destinations among investors, we could not help but dwell on one of the most beautiful places on the planet: we are talking about the island state of Trinidad and Tobago. Located in the northeast of Venezuela, this republic with the capital Port of Spain, is the cradle of extraordinary scenic beauty that, every year, bring many foreigners to visit it but also several investors to buy a property in Trinidad and Tobago.
These two islands were among the first discoveries of Christopher Columbus. The name Trinidad, assigned to the largest island, was chosen as a symbol of devotion to the Catholic Christian religion, while Tobago owes this name because of its elongated shape that resembles the silhouette of a cigar (in Spanish Tobago precisely).
After a particularly critical period, which lasted until the nineties, this state decided to take over the reins of the situation and, through protests and new diplomatic lines, it was possible to significantly improve the economic situation which seemed really dramatic.
But how does this nation present itself today? If you too are interested in finding out more, you are in the right place! In fact, we at Realigro have created a mini guide made to measure for you. The documents needed to access, the cost of living and how much it is worth buying a property will be the guidelines that will articulate this article. So, what are you waiting for? Make yourself comfortable and read with particular attention to the following lines. Let's get started!
With regard to the documentation required to access this country, it should be noted that you must have a passport for a stay not exceeding 90 days and show the return ticket from the country of origin or to another destination. Otherwise, if the period of stay should be longer, it will be mandatory to obtain an entry visa.
One of the elements that characterizes this country, is given by the presence of a rich territory both in terms of fauna but also landscape. The east coast of Trinidad is dotted with national parks, among which it is impossible not to notice the famous Cocal, a wetland that reaches the beach, framed by palm forests. Tobago instead is the cradle of the rainforest and stretches for about 40 kilometers, with picturesque villages and breathtaking scenery. The cost of living is not so high, and the services on this territory are really excellent. To give an overview of the expenses that you might encounter once you reach this country, we have created a small list:
One way ticket (local transport) 0,92 €
Monthly subscription (full price) 20,35 €
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 5,25 €
Utilities 47.58 €
The language spoken is English, but Spanish is widely spoken and can be considered a valid alternative. In general, the population is quite friendly and welcoming, which is why, you will have absolutely no problems in communication.
Now let's come to the salient point of our guide: buy a property in Trinidad and Tobago. The residential market remains very weak compared to neighboring countries, but this does not mean that it is not worth moving to this paradise on earth! Generally we can say that the local real estate market is mainly oriented towards a fairly wealthy target, given the presence of beautiful old villas and close to the coast. However, there are opportunities from 150,000 euros, especially in the hinterland.
What can I say, we hope that our mini guide has brought a breath of optimism and clarity towards this great step that, we hope, can change your life!
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