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Real Estate professionals and expats in Bahamas offer advice about renting and buying homes in cities and towns in Bahamas. Topics covered include the rental and buying process in Bahamas, popular areas, documents needed, budgets, rental and purchase agreements, precautions foreigners should take and more.

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Tips for Renting Property in Nassau, Bahamas

By bbann230

An expat talks about renting a home on Paradise Island, Bahamas. Did you know that most rentals in the Bahamas are fully furnished? and many landlords won't allow any of the existing furniture to be removed. Continue Reading

Tips for Buying Propery in Nassau, Bahamas

By Robbai

An expat in the Bahamas offers in-depth advice about the real estate market in the Bahamas. Covers he most popular areas for expats like Sandyport, Old Fort Bay and Lyford Caye. Also, housing costs, the steps in buying property, closing costs and more. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in Paradise Island, Bahamas

By bbann230

An expat who lives on Paradise Island in the Bahamas talks about international schools, crime, the cost of living in the Bahamas, fun organizations for expats, visas, the best beaches and much more. Continue Reading

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15 Expats Talk about What It's Like Living in the Bahamas

Expats in the Bahamas describe what it's like living on an island nation. Cultural adjustment, life in the Bahamas, where to live, meeting people and more is described by people with experience living there.
Expats in the Bahamas describe what it's like living on an island nation. Cultural adjustment, life in the Bahamas, where to live, meeting people and more is described by people with experience livin...

10 Tips for Living in The Bahamas

From duties on household goods to bringing your dog, expats in the Bahamas offer advice for expats and people moving to the Bahamas.

From duties on household goods to bringing your dog, expats in the Bahamas offer advice for expats and people moving to the Bahamas....

5 Tips for Living in Nassau in the Bahamas

Expats who choose to live in the Bahamas can explore a Caribbean paradise. Find out what it means to call Nassau, on the island of New Providence, your home.

Expats who choose to live in the Bahamas can explore a Caribbean paradise. Find out what it means to call Nassau, on the island of New Providence, your home....

5 Tips for Living in Freeport in the Bahamas

Expats in the Bahamas live in the Caribbean but are very close to the U.S. Find out what it means to call Freeport, on the island of Grand Bahamas, your home. Some of it is island paradise, while other parts of the experience are clearly not.

Expats in the Bahamas live in the Caribbean but are very close to the U.S. Find out what it means to call Freeport, on the island of Grand Bahamas, your home. Some of it is island paradise, while ot...

Retirement-In-Coral-HarbourAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in Coral Harbour, Bahamas

An expat who retired in Coral Harbour, Bahamas talks about what it's like living there - from the thriving nightlife to the lack of big stores, financial requirements for permanent residence and healthcare.

An expat who retired in Coral Harbour, Bahamas talks about what it's like living there - from the thriving nightlife to the lack of big stores, financial requirements for permanent residence and healt...

Moving-To-Paradise-IslandAn Expat Talks about Moving to Paradise Island, Bahamas

An expat talks about making the move to The Bahamas. He wishes he'd brought cooler work clothing and tech-friendly items. Plus, be prepared for higher utility bills, such as a $500 to $750 a month power bill.

An expat talks about making the move to The Bahamas. He wishes he'd brought cooler work clothing and tech-friendly items. Plus, be prepared for higher utility bills, such as a $500 to $750 a month p...

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