The official name of the country is Commonwealth of Dominica and got its independence from Britain in 1978. Two thirds of the island is covered by tropical rainforests, including Morne Trois Pitons National Park which was declared the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the eastern Caribbean.
Investment in Dominica real estate makes it possible to enjoy year-round access to sandy beaches and lush landscapes.
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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Dominica's has a rich culture that reflects the mix of English, French, African, and Carib peoples. This mix is also evident in its traditional Creole architecture which can be seen touring the many historic buildings of Roseau. Dominica is a paradise for adventure lovers and provides stunning locations for hiking, biking, snorkeling, kayaking, whale watching and scuba diving.
Whether you're looking for Dominica real estate in a city, or prefer the more leisurely pace of the coast, your RE/MAX Sales Associate can help you find the perfect property.
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