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Real Estate Board Encouraging Timeshare

August 10, 2017
  The Real Estate Board is inviting interested developers or purchasers of timeshare to contact them. Timeshare, which was added to the responsibilities of the Real Estate Board in 2016, is a tourism product involving the erection of a building, which is subdivided into weeks and sold to various owners. Chief Executive Officer of the Real Estate...
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Timeshare Buyers and Sellers Should Contact the Real Estate Board

August 10, 2017
  The Real Estate Board/Commission of Strata Corporations is inviting interested developers or purchasers of timeshare to contact them. Timeshare, which was added to the responsibilities of the Real Estate Board in 2016, is a tourism product involving the erection of a building, which is subdivided into weeks and sold to various owners. “It is a vacation...
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Timeshare buyers, sellers urged to contact Real Estate Board

August 9, 2017
  Chief Executive Officer of the Real Estate Board/Commission of Strata Corporations, Sandra Watson Garrick, speaking at a JIS 'Think Tank', today (August 9).  KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Real Estate Board/Commission of Strata Corporations is inviting interested developers or purchasers of timeshare to contact them. Timeshare, which was added...
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Incomes not moving with property prices — Campbell

August 6, 2017
  CAMPBELL... Property prices in Jamaica have moved up significantly  President and CEO of the Victoria Mutual Group, Courtney Campbell, has red-flagged the miniscule increases in income granted to individuals annually in comparison to rising real estate costs, as the main impediment for young adults looking to purchase a house in Jamaica. His...
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Realtors Association President Welcomes Gov't's Promise To Reduce Taxes On Sector

June 22, 2017
  Published:Thursday | June 22, 2017 | 6:56 PM     President of the Realtors Association of Jamaica, Edwin Wint.     President of the Realtors Association of Jamaica, Edwin Wint, has welcomed the government's promise to reduce transaction taxes on real estate. He...
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