Real estate tourism is a trend that, in recent years, has achieved an undeniable increase in the Dominican Republic and its economy. And the fact is that every day there is a growing interest of people who decide to invest in a patrimony from which they can enjoy a family vacation and-or recover the investment by renting those properties.
Several companies linked to property management, brokers, and people dedicated to the commercialization of villas, apartments and studios, agree that it was during the pandemic when sales reached quite important figures, due to the interest in investing in the country, both by Dominicans and foreigners.
But, what do they take into account when deciding to buy a property? Besides making sure to invest in a property that guarantees economic value, the purchasers also look for places that have recreation, security, comfort, tranquility… so that it becomes that second home for vacationing.
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“In addition to quality and attractive design, people are looking to invest in an environment where they can enjoy diverse activities and an unparalleled lifestyle,” says Jacquelyn Nivar, marketing director of Coral Hospitality Corp, who recently presented the Green One complex, composed of villas, apartments and studios, within the Playa Dorada Golf Course.
There’s more. Just 20 minutes from Puerto Plata’s international airport, Green One has also designed a proposal to contribute to tourism and the development of the country. They have looked for a way to have everything Dominicans and foreigners are looking for to invest in this type of project. Samaná is another place that has attractions of this type to provide a second home.
And of course, Dominican real estate tourism has a wide variety of properties, among which Cap Cana and its undeniable positioning stand out, followed by Punta Cana, Juan Dolio and other options. Its excellent conditions make it an option that proudly presents itself in international markets and has positioned itself among the preferred ones in the Caribbean.