Only about 1-2% of investors opt for real estate in Antigua and Barbuda. The island’s reliance on tourism and yearly threat of hurricanes makes it difficult to recoup investment funds. Also, not many people are interested in making the islands their place of permanent residence.
Still, some investors choose this option, and depending on your personal circumstances it could be the right move for you. We’re not saying you cannot make a return on investment in Antigua, because it is possible, just be aware of the potential risks.
Keep in mind, you can’t sell your real estate within the first 5 years of citizenship.
Check out our is a list of CIU approved real estate options below.