The birthplace of Rihanna and a favored playground for many who visit undisturbed and unhindered. For us, it is home and we know it well.
Historic estates, preserved over generations; beach side villas; modern living and natural settings sit upon 166 square miles – tucked away or with windows to the sea. Our menu is vast – and our clients impress us.
Slightly off the hurricane path, we are deemed ‘developed’. From cricket to golf, to polo and sailing – the island’s economy is also on the upswing and the investor welcome-mat has been laid out; there are no restrictions to purchases. We’ll make the introductions that make things happen and when you’re not
here we’ll represent you well. You’re invited to make yourselves as home – in our home; consider Barbados.
The Central Bank of Barbados requires registration of all money brought into the country; an attorney can help with transactions. Expect a ‘transfer tax’ of about 2.5%, a 1% stamp duty, up to 2% legal fees plus 17.5% Value Added Tax (VAT). There are no restrictions to purchases; immigration and property ownership is not intertwined.
Barbados has a 24-hour airport; quality health care, a world-class education system, a vibrant social scene, an involved expat community and Double Taxation Agreements.