Gulf News Spotlights The Residences at Secret Bay as “Your Ticket to the World’s Best Country for Second Citizenship”
Gulf News, an acclaimed Dubai business journal, shines the spotlight on The Residences at Secret Bay in a recent article titled, “Secret Bay: Your Ticket to the World’s Best Country for Second Citizenship.” The write-up details everything you need to know about the first-of-its-kind citizenship by investment real estate project, set within the gated confines of Secret Bay — named the #1 Resort Hotel in the Caribbean and the #6 Hotel in the world in Travel + Leisure’s 2020 World’s Best Awards. This coveted recognition by the esteemed travel publication is a historic first for any CBI real estate project.
As shared in the article, The Residences at Secret Bay has seen tremendous success and sales growth, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and — most recently — we presented our initial investors from Asia, North Africa, North America and the Middle East with their second return on investment checks. We look forward to seeing even more interest in the upcoming months from astute investors who understand the value of investing in a development with a ready product, proven financial performance and a competitive exit strategy.
“We’re also hearing from buyers the desire for freestanding residences, each with their own parcel of land offering seclusion and privacy, like what Secret Bay offers, over the traditional clustered hotel room structures with shared amenities and public spaces,” Gregor Nassief, Developer of The Residences at Secret Bay, explains in the article.
Thank you to Gulf News for highlighting our internationally-acclaimed Citizenship by Investment real estate project on Dominica, the “World’s Best Country for Second Citizenship” as ranked by Financial Times’ subsidiary Professional Wealth Management.