Antigua and Barbuda: homes are rather expensive, and yields are low
December 20, 2013
|Last Updated: Dec. 20, 2013|
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| Districts researched
Antigua: Crosbies, Falmouth and English Harbour, Harbour View, Hodges Bay, Jolly Harbour, Paradise View, Dickenson Bay
Barbuda is a tiny island often described as being so undeveloped it is positively deserted. There is barely a real estate market to speak of on the island
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Not a lot has changed in the housing market of Antigua and Barbuda over the past year, though there has been a cooling since the overheating of 2008, when Antigua and Barbuda seemed to be the new ´in´ place.
2-bedroom houses still average around US$350,000. 3 bedroom and up might cost US$600,000.
Gross rental yields are low, averaging around 4%.