How do I find a place to live in West Moorings?
We asked expats how they chose their neighborhood and found a place to live. They answered:
"We chose Westmoorings since our kids attend the nearby International School - they can walk back and forth and I don't have to fight the traffic. Traffic can be ver congested, but it's usually at predictable times, so you can avoid it if you plan your travel accordingly. I do pick my kids up if they stay at school until dark, which is around 5:30 here every evening. Day length varies only about 20 min in the course of a year since we're so near the equator,"
commented an expat living in West Moorings, Trinidad & Tobago.
"Researching prior to launch armed us with details on the neighbourhoods. Upon arrival we sought a realtor who confirmed that we belonged in the expat neighbourhood. It is crowded, and security is a common feature from the building, to the neighbourhood, to the grocery store, to the mall,"
said another in West Moorings.
"We were informed by an estate agent the areas where expats tend to live, the areas being West Moorings, Goodwood Park and Fairways Maraval.
The Estate agents are very good although you will find that all agents know each other and tend to have the same properties on their listings,"
added another expat who made the move to West Moorings.
What is a typical expat home or apartment like in West Moorings?