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International Business and Financial Sector Makes An Impact

June 27, 2012 By Marita Greenidge

Barbados Parliament Building

 

 

 

 

The International Business and Financial Services sector contributes nearly US $500 million (BDS $1 billion) to the Barbados economy. The greatest portion of this spend does not emanate from direct taxes paid to the Barbados Government but from indirect spending in the Barbados economy. Real estate in particular, with earnings of just over US $15 million (BDS $30 million) in 2010 is one of the primary beneficiaries of this sector.

Five More Reasons to Love Barbados

May 10, 2012 By Marita Greenidge

The Crop Over festival is not to be missed! (photo adapted from www.visitbarbados.org)

 

 

It’s easy to fall in love with Barbados – white sandy beaches, crystalline waters, a rich and captivating culture, warm, friendly people. Who can truly resist the lure of this beautiful island?

 

You may have thought you discovered all the reasons to love this alluring “Gem of the Caribbean Sea,” but we’ve got a few more to share.

 

Here are five more reasons to love this delightful island.

Ten Reasons to Love Valley View!

March 05, 2012 By Marita Greenidge

Valley View

 

 

Valley View is the island’s newest neighbourhood. Located in Vaucluse, St. Thomas, adjacent to the desirable Countryside neighbourhood, the development features 37 architecturally styled and designed homes set in a cool, convenient location with gorgeous country views. This development is one of the most compelling offers on the market today! Here’s why:

Condominium Returns in Barbados: A Comparative Analysis

March 02, 2012 By Hayden Hutton - CCIM

Sapphire Beach Patio

 

Globally the residential markets continue to underwhelm with only a handful of markets demonstrating year on year price growth. A recent Business Week article appropriately characterised the sector as ‘limping into 2012.’ The Irish and Spanish markets continue to lead the underperforming category, while conversely the Canadian and French markets have experienced up to 5% inflation-adjusted YOY price growth. In addition to the obvious fundamentals, this growth is underpinned largely by a tighter supply and a considerably more sensible approach to underwriting residential mortgages.

Holetown Celebrations Start This Weekend

February 10, 2012 By Kathy-Dawn Burke

Holetown Barbados monument

 

The 36th annual Holetown Festival kicks off this weekend in celebration of 80 English Settlers that landed in 1627, sometime between February 17th and 20th. Each year the island marks this occasion with a week of festivities.

Back then accomodations would have been non-existant, but now as we all know, the areas surrounding Holetown boast some of the finest homes and communities in Barbados.  Real estate on the West Coast of the island ranges from the modest Sunset Crest bungalow to the lavish Sandy Lane estate villas, with commercial buildings and beachfront apartments all available in the mix.

 

Check out the week's activities, and a short video on some Barbados property picks we think you might like.

Barbados Property for Sale Under US$400,000

February 03, 2012 By Alexis. N. Trotman

Barbados Property for Sale Under $400,000

 

 

 

Whether it’s your first real estate purchase or you are looking for a sound investment, for just under US $400,000 you can have your ideal Caribbean home. From beautiful finishes to excellent locations, our Barbados real estate suggestions are fresh and exciting

Expanding Our Knowledge to Serve You Better!

November 11, 2011 By Marita Greenidge

Terra Caribbean has strengthened its brokerage and advisory department expanding the range of services offered to clients. We are delighted to announce that Director of Brokerage and Advisory Services, Hayden Hutton, has become the first real estate professional in the island to be awarded the prestigious Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation.

Barbados Campaigns for Inclusion on the World Heritage List

September 14, 2010 By Kim Howard

Sweetfield ManorHistoric Bridgetown and the nearby Garrison are the first areas to be nominated by the government of Barbados for inclusion on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Many believe that should this bid be successful it will be a boon to our tourism industry. Supporters also believe it will ensure that these areas, so closely linked with our colonial history, are well preserved for future generations as development in Barbados continues.

Happy Birthday Sir Garry

July 28, 2010 By Kim Howard

Garry Sobers, when you call his name...he's the one and only!

 

Sir Garfield Sobers

Today marks the birthday of Barbados' only living national hero - Sir Garfield Sobers. Born 74 years ago, Sir Garry as he is widely known, is a cricketing legend heralded in the Caribbean and across the globe. Wherever people play cricket they know of Garry Sobers and we thank him for placing Barbados and the Caribbean on the map.

Everyone Counts - Population and Housing Census 2010

May 17, 2010 By Kim Howard

Have you driven through St. Philip recently? The island’s largest parish is a hub of housing activity!

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Terra Caribbean Backs Return of Mayers Brothers to Sol Rally Barbados

May 14, 2010 By Kathy-Dawn Burke

M&M Boyz - Barry and Roger Mayers

Sol Rally Barbados is one of the premier annual sporting events in Barbados. This year, Terra Caribbean will sponsor the Mayers brothers - Roger and Barry in a BMW M3 during the May 29 and 30 event.

The Terra Challenge - Polo Barbados 2010

February 15, 2010 By Kim Howard

Roaring Seas on East Coast Barbados

December 30, 2009 By Kim Howard

Rough Seas Around Barbados

Surf Effects at Cattlewash