Press Roundup: Secret Bay’s CBI Offer Media Spotlights
Now recognized as the “World’s Best Country for Second Citizenship” by Financial Times for the fifth year in a row, Dominica is in high demand when it comes to Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programmes. With Secret Bay as the piloting government-approved project with completed real estate, the media’s interest in the one-of-a-kind offering on our ‘Nature Island’ grows by the day. Explore the latest stories highlighting Secret Bay’s CBI real estate project, below.
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Just this month, The Wall Street Journal featured Secret Bay’s multi-villa estate with the headline: “A $10.3 Million Caribbean Home Offers an Unusual Amenity: Citizenship” and highlighting its “cliff-top estate under construction on the Caribbean island nation of Dominica is listing for $10.3 million. If it fetches its asking price, it would set a record for the country, according to Gregor Nassief, the developer.”
The Guardian has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay in a recent article noting the 100th ROI payment to global investors since launching in 2019. The publication recognizes the sustainable villas for its six-star accommodations, but gives a special mention to the most coveted amenity — second citizenship.
Departures has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay in its recent article, “New Caribbean Luxury Villas Come with a Coveted Second Passport.” While the publication applauds the stunning gated community of sustainable villas for its six-star accommodations and breathtaking island locale, Departures gives special mention to the unique citizenship option that comes along with villa purchase.
Luxury authority Robb Report raves over Secret Bay’s stunning residences that come with an exciting perk: second citizenship. In the article, “These Gorgeous Caribbean Tree Houses Offer a Coveted New Amenity: a Second Passport”, the publication details luxuries ranging from hilltop estates to hillside funiculars.
Newsweek’s Country Reports has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay for leading the charge when it comes to today’s remote-working revolution. In the recent feature, proprietor Gregor Nassief shares his philosophy of following nature’s lead and just why Dominica’s coveted Citizenship by Investment Programme grants an idyllic opportunity to immerse oneself in a more permanent six-star villa experience on Dominica.
Secondshelters features Secret Bay for its Green Globe-certified villas and transformative, six-star amenities — plus, its newest real estate opportunity that presents a second citizenship status and passport with villa purchase.
Luxury lifestyle publication JustLuxe recently featured The Residences at Secret Bay’s latest developments on their homepage. Spotlighting the resort’s newest Ti-Fèy Villas and Villa Estates—both available for purchase—JustLuxe also emphasized the property’s CBI opportunities.
INVESTMENT MIGRATION INSIDER
In one of several articles published by investment industry publication Investment Migration Insider, Secret Bay’s CBI project was spotlighted as a “Low-Risk, High-Reward Investment in a Top COVID-Recovery Country.”
Nigeria’s leading business finance company Nairametrics celebrated The Residences in numerous articles, particularly pointing to it as the ‘New Gold Standard’ in CBI programmes, how it’s low risk and high reward and how it offers investors “the perfect opportunity for second citizenship, global mobility for their family, a completed product with proven financial performance, a competitive exit strategy and a robust market for resale.’
We’re looking forward to seeing what else is in store for The Residences at Secret Bay in 2022. To learn more about The Residences at Secret Bay’s award-winning Citizenship by Investment offering, we invite you to get in touch with our sales team at [email protected]. Villa options are priced from US $208K per share.