Few years ago, no one would have thought that Dominican Republic would become the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean. Today, millions of people from all over the world, especially USA and Western Europe come here to soak up the sun, lie on the beach and spend long, leisurely holidays. In fact, today it is also considered to be one of the most coveted places in the Caribbean to buy second homes or even settle down.
So what is it like living in the Dominican Republic? Read on and know more…
- Dominican Republic, unlike other countries is very easy on foreigners willing to invest in properties here or even those planning on settling down here. The immigration laws are fairly simple, so those wanting to move here won’t have to go through the rigmarole of endless documentation and years of waiting.
- Foreigners love it here. Why? Well, they don’t feel the culture chock, thanks to the warm and hospitable attitude of the locals. Plus, the place is filled with expatriates from all over, so DR is a multi-cultural nation. So anyone new to the country or culture will not take too long to blend in.
- There is never any dearth of events, festivities and activities in the Dominican Republic. Celebrations continue all through the year and during the peak season, DR transforms into one huge party! The endless beach stretches are filled with families, couples and retirees and the restaurants, night clubs and casinos are brimming with locals and tourist all having a blast.
- Dominican Republic offers tropical weather throughout the year and is a great place to conduct a small business. So if you are tired of harsh winters or disturbing monsoons, this is your chance to create a change. With direct flight access from most North American cities and Western European countries, DR is no more a far away place, which requires you to change multiple flights. Your dream home is now just a plane ride away!
- Dominican Republic offers a fantastic, high-class living at a cost that won’t dent your finances. Some places in the Dominican Republic such as Punta Cana have fast become highly popular among North American retirees and baby boomers. The newly developed residential projects offer all state-of-the-art amenities and there is no better time than now to invest in real estate in the Dominican Republic.