Bahamas Luxury Real Estate: Fun, Sun And A Solid Investment

MCR Bahamas, a Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Company and leading luxury real estate firm, helps buyers secure a slice of paradise.

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The Lonely Planet travel guide describes the Bahamas as home to “sapphire waters” and “sun-soaked sands,” as well as “pristine beaches with crystal-clear water lapping at their shores.”

Not only does that idyllic picture sound like a dream destination for a home, but Bahamian luxury real estate is also a great investment. And MCR Bahamas, a Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Company and leading luxury real estate firm in the Bahamas, is your conduit to owning a piece of Bahamas luxury real estate. 

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With the inside track on hundreds of Bahamas luxury real estate properties, MCR Bahamas specializes in the sales and rentals of condos, luxury homes and land, including high-profile lots in exclusive communities, private islands and waterfront properties. The Bahamas luxury real estate opportunities offered by MCR Bahamas also include vacant land, resort-like communities and long-and-short-term rentals.

And MCR Bahamas does all of the heavy lifting. After all, you’re purchasing Bahamas luxury real estate for two reasons—to enjoy the island lifestyle, in the heart of the Caribbean, with some of the best weather to be found in the world. 

The weather in the Bahamas creates the ideal environment for year-round residents and those seeking second-home getaways in the majestic Caribbean Sea. 

To say that temperatures in the Bahamas are ideal would be the understatement of the century:

  • Temperatures in the Bahamas rarely dip below 70 degrees Fahrenheit and often hit 75 during winter afternoons
  • August is the hottest month in the Bahamas, with high temperatures in the 80s-90s.
  • Early morning temperatures are typically comfortable. Late mornings are warm. Afternoons are hot. Comfortable temperatures return in the evening.

Once you’ve closed a deal, gear up for those things that islanders—and now, you—enjoy as part of their daily routines, like water and jet-skiing, parasailing, scuba and snorkeling.

“Less than 50 nautical miles from coastal Florida lies the boating and fishing capital of the world,” according to the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. “Explore more than 700 islands, many only accessible by boat, in the clearest water on Earth. Fish to your heart’s content. Snorkel underwater caves and reefs teeming with brilliant marine life.”

Island hop by boat. Swim. Immerse yourself in fly fishing and angling. Sailfish, marlin and wahoo await your arrival.

“The legendary waters of the Bahamas are stocked with adventure,” according to the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. “From elusive bonefish and record-breaking marlin for anglers, to long-lost shipwrecks, intricate cave systems and thriving coral reefs for divers. Find a story to inspire your next aquatic thrill.”

Visit www.bettermcrbahamas.com to learn more.

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