Issue 1 of the Caribbean Property Investor Magazine was launched in July 2010 at the Executive Property Show in London, UK.
With an exclusive focus on the finest Caribbean property, investment opportunities and relocating to the Caribbean, The Caribbean Property Investor showcases exceptional properties and land for sale from across the region. The magazine is targeted at property investors, affluent ‘empty nesters’ and company directors in the UK and Europe.
The publication is produced by leading Caribbean property specialists 7th Heaven Properties which provides a bespoke property search service for property buyers and a free online listing service and specialist sales and marketing support to Caribbean property developers, agents and individual property sellers. London-based founder, Walter Zephirin, who is a St Lucian national, has been delighted by the enthusiasm generated by Issue 1:
‘Our first issue was such a great success and so well received by buyers and industry professionals we decided to double the pagination and make the next issue even bigger and better. Issue 1 included interviews with Eric Trump and Sir Charles Williams, as well contributions from Scotia Private Clients, PwC and Sovereign Group. Issue 2 will feature articles on the Caribbean's most attractive residential and commercial investment opportunities, tax incentives for investors, mortgages, retiring in the Caribbean and interviews with leading Caribbean personalities. We are seeing an increase in interest in the Caribbean property market, fuelled by high net worth individuals seeking to relocate to countries with lower tax rates and a higher quality of living. However, with buying processes and tax implications differing from destination to destination, investors are looking for a single, high quality source of reliable information on the best opportunities – this is where The Caribbean Property Investor Magazine comes in.’
Walter Zephirin added: Our distribution is highly targeted. The magazine will be available in first class airport lounges, 5* hotels, private clubs and the reception areas of the headquarters of all major financial institutions in the City of London.
‘The Caribbean Property Investor will also be delivered to Directors and Chairmen of the largest companies in the UK and Europe as well as to the homes of London’s most affluent residents.’
‘The magazine represents a unique opportunity to showcase the Caribbean property market to potential investors who have significant purchasing power and to capitalise on the trend of relocating that we are witnessing.’
For enquiries, please contact: Walter Zephirin
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