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June 05, 2014
Real estate sales, investment approvals, up 'sharply' in 2013

Real estate sales to non-Bahamians increased by more than 78 percent in 2013, while the value of approvals for foreign direct investments "sharply increased" by almost six times the amount recorded for the year 2012, it has been disclosed.
Addressing Parliament during the 2014/2015 budget debate, Minister of State for Investments Khaalis Rolle said that the total value of foreign direct investment...

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August 08, 2011
Letter: How to create real estate sales in a soft market

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Recently Sir Sol Kerzner, owner of The Reef Condo/Hotel project located on Paradise Island, saw the need to stimulate sales activity in a soft market by reducing the established asking prices of the condos by 40 per cent. This represents prices at pre-construction levels when The Reef was being built. Why do this? In a soft real estate market tough decisions that make fisca...

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October 11, 2010
The long road to real estate sales

LAMOND Davis took the long road to real estate, literally. He drove a FedEx truck and delivered envelopes, boxes and smiles to dozens of companies and familiar faces every day for seven years. And with every office he went into, he wondered if the people there felt a greater sense of job satisfaction than he did.

Realising he wanted a change, Mr Davis went to school at night, took accounting and ...

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Real estate firm boosts sales team
October 21, 2013
Real estate firm boosts sales team

Coldwell Banker Lightbourn Realty has increased its Nassau sales team by two, its President Mike Lightbourn announced on Friday.
Anthony Wells, a well-known appraiser and broker, brings a wealth of experience to the company, Lightbourn said.
Originally from Nassau with roots in Long Island, Wells is a Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA)-licensed real estate broker and appraiser, a member of t...

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June 14, 2012
Strong sales for 34 million real estate development

Nearly all of the available properties of the $34 million Turnberry Townhomes development have been sold, despite the challenges faced by the economy during the project's developmental stages.
All 257 lots have been purchased and 70 of the 80 townhomes are now occupied, with a steady sales increase over time, even during the recessionary period, making the real estate investment a success. Princi...

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Palm Cay Expands Sales Team
August 16, 2018
Palm Cay Expands Sales Team

Palm Cay, the successful beachfront residential development on Nassau's southeastern shore, today announced the expansion of its sales team with the appointment of 34-year-old Bahamian-born Ahmahl Amedu...

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February 26, 2019
2019 Condo & Amenity Report Released

ngel & Völkers Bahamas, recognized as one of the world’s leading service companies specializing in the brokerage of premium residential property, commercial real estate, yachts and aircraft...

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Damianos Sotheby's International Realty Reports Robuts 2018 Residential Real Estate Market
January 21, 2019
Damianos Sotheby's International Realty Reports Robuts 2018 Residential Real Estate Market

According to Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty, 2018 was another healthy year for luxury residential real estate sales with the company’s list price averaging $1.55 million and sales prices averaging $1.4 million...

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Ryan Knowles says Dual Stream to Drive Sales
February 12, 2018
Ryan Knowles says Dual Stream to Drive Sales

Real Estate Agent 2018 will be Banner Year for Bahamas...

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Environmentalists Decry South Cat Cay Development, Document Lack of Marine Protection 'Before our very eyes'
November 15, 2017
Environmentalists Decry South Cat Cay Development, Document Lack of Marine Protection 'Before our very eyes'

A small plane circled slowly, flying over the blue-green waters of the northern Bahamas. It should have been a day of sightseeing, photographing an island under carefully managed development with its fragile marine resources protected as the gems that will lure those who will eventually visit, live there or leave their yachts...

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