Dominican Republic real estate

Search For Ocean View Properties In Cabrera Dominican Republic – One Of The Best Caribbean Properties

When we are not out on our free North Coast Discovery Tours we are scouring the hillsides around Cabrera looking for the best deals we can find on ocean view properties that would be a good deal for our subscribers.  Many of the properties we stumble on we find through relationships with local families and […]

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Wake Up Call Rings Loud For Two Subscribers

Before coming to see Barry in the DR, I remember introducing myself as a realist that was not swayed by the events reported on the evening news. I explained that we were not ‘doomsday preppers’ and that we were only looking for a nice location to consider for vacation/retirement property. Our goals were simple, 1) […]

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Take Your Dollars To Walmart In A Wheelbarrow – CripplingThe US Petro Dollar

Touching back on the Gerald Celente forecasts for 2018 and later, there is one more important point to focus on.  What will happen to your US Dollars as more and more of the worlds trade shifts from the US Dollar to alternative currencies like the Chinese Yuan.  Some of you may ask, Who Cares?  The […]

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Making Room In The SDR Basket

It hasn’t even been a week since releasing my previous post regarding how SDR’s will be the future reserve. While the US Dollar will certainly play an active roll by being one of the largest eggs in the basket, it no longer will it be only egg in the basket. Eventually it will perish its […]

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More Exclusive Resort Development Near Cabrera – Good For Expat Investors

The Cabrera Dominican Republic region has a long history of successful luxury villas and resorts. The latest (opening in November 2017) is the Ani Villas just outside Rio San Juan. Like its neighbor at the Amanera Resort at Playa Grande, the Ani Villas promise to offer a once in a lifetime resort experience with some […]

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Hurricane Maria Foiled By Cabrera’s Natural Defenses

Hurricane Maria ran it’s course along the North Coast of the Dominican Republic, in a pattern similar to Hurricane Irma just a few weeks ago. So the big question for those of us that live in or have invested in Cabrera is how bad was Cabrera hit by these storms. Watch this video to see […]

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IRMA’s On Her Way

With a 90% chance of at least receiving a strong tropical storm it amazes me how people just seem to take these things for granted. Having weathered many Cyclones and Hurricanes I know! I know what they are capable of doing. Roof tin becomes flying razor blades in anything above a cat 3 rating. I’ve […]

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Amazing Transformations – Montaña y Mar Offers Many Amazing Transformations

Montaña y Mar has come a long way from it’s humble beginnings as just a “dream” of affordable ridgeline ocean view homesites overlooking Cabrera and the ocean from Cabrera to Playa Diamante.  If you have been following our progress you have seen many of our “dreams” materialize.  From rough dirt roads up the mountain to […]

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Naranjito Road Paving Progresses – Opening Opportunities For Expats

On a tropical island like the Dominican Republic, some of the best real estate appreciation follows new road paving and infrastructure development.  Today we follow up on our earlier exploration of the Naranjito road.  Despite the usual delays as property boundries are surveyed and settled, it appears that the Naranjito road is well along it […]

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Naranjito Road To Real Estate Opportunity For Expats And Investors In Cabrera Dominican Republic

The best real estate profits come from a smart purchase. Being at the right place at the right time is the best way to capture the best opportunities. As you know, we focus on the little seaside village of Cabrera on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Over all the years we have lived and […]

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