Punta Cana is a laid back slice of paradise, a vibrant, multicultural and multilingual community filled with creative professionals, artists, vacationers, retirees, and families, enjoying spectacular beaches, fantastic views, and colorful nightlife. Continue reading The Nine Types of Real Estate Agents to Avoid in Punta Cana
Buying a property can be a stressful situation. It’s possibly one of the most important investments you’ll make, so you need to make sure that you hire an experienced professional to help. Continue reading Always Hire A Pro!
Finding a full-time agent is a must in today’s battered market. The Punta Cana second home market is no exception. Continue reading Choosing a Punta Cana Realtor: The Part Time vs An Experienced Full Time Agent
At Punta Cana Lifestyle Real Estate, we pride ourselves on our local knowledge and expertise. We live and work in the area, and we know it better than anyone. Let us use our area contacts to find a buyer for your property. Continue reading Hyperlocal and Hyperlinked: Punta Cana Lifestyle Real Estate Connects Buyers and Sellers Online
5 Ways I Serve My Punta Cana Home Sellers by REALTOR® Jocelyn Hernandez Irizarry
When it comes to choosing the right agent to sell your home, avoid the “Post & Pray” realtors – agents who put up a sign in your yard, put a few ads out, and pray for a buyer to come along. Continue reading 5 Ways I Serve My Punta Cana Home Sellers
Are you a United States citizen or resident enjoying life under the sun in the Dominican Republic? Or do you still live in the United States but own a second home here in the Dominican Republic that you use as a vacation home or as a rental property? Continue reading Uncle Sam Wants You … to Report Your Dominican Republic Income
If I dare bring a suitcase into the house, my dog knows something is up and will start to behave badly.
If packing for a weekend trip to Santo Domingo gets my dog in a tizzy, not to mention the parade of strangers stopping by all the time. Her puppy world would be in a tailspin for sure.
There are many things that real estate agents can agree upon, and one of these is that most people are finding their new homes via the Internet. The online presence is probably the most important aspect of real estate today, especially for foreign buyers who are looking at your Punta Cana property from miles away. People look at Punta Cana properties basing their opinions on the text and pictures they see.
Valuing property in Punta Cana can be a more difficult since at the moment there is no MLS benchmarking system to base prices on.
This can create a huge divide in the market, as agents set the prices with only the developers original pricing, and their commission structures to work from.