Beautiful Caribbean waters surround the three islands, and the culture reflects the African, Danish, German, Irish, Polish and Spanish heritages of those who've made this area their home. Investment in U.S. Virgin Islands real estate makes it possible to enjoy year-round access to sandy beaches, lush landscapes and lively urban centers.
Maybe you're looking to retire or buy a vacation home. Perhaps you're interested in land or commercial space. Whatever your goals, a RE/MAX professional can help you meet them.
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U.S. Virgin Islands real estate experts are ready to assist you at RE/MAX offices in Christiansted, St. Croix; and Cruz Bay, St. John. Each island is unique.
St. Croix: The largest of the three islands, St. Croix includes a lush rainforest, restored plantation and Buck Island, a U.S. national monument.
St. John: About two-thirds of St. John is a U.S. national park, allowing tourists and residents to enjoy much of the island in its pristine, natural state. The smallest of the three islands also has a number of 18th-century sugar plantations.
St. Thomas: Charlotte Amalie is the capital of this island group and home to one of the most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean.
Whether you're looking for U.S. Virgin Islands real estate in a charming town or prefer the more leisurely pace of coastal communities, your RE/MAX Sales Associate can help you find the perfect property.
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RE/MAX professionals are more than happy to assist you in your real estate transaction. Remember, however, that investment, taxation and real estate laws vary from country to country, and are constantly changing. It is strongly recommended that you consult a professional real estate attorney or taxation professional to answer specific questions pertaining to your personal situation before purchasing or selling any property.