PURCHASE OF BAHAMIAN REAL ESTATE BY NON- BAHAMIANS -
Columbus came to The Bahamas when he first discovered the New World, landed on San Salvador in 1492. Over the centuries, the islands of The Bahamas became key waypoints for explorers and adventurers which connected the Old World with the New. In the late 17th century, the islands became the hotspots of pirates and privateers who marveled over landscape and mass of the Bahama Islands.
The 100,000- square-mile (258,998-square-kilometer) archipelago of The Bahamas begins just 50 miles (80km) off Florida’s east coast at the Island of Bimini and stretches more that 500-miles (840km) southeast in a chain comprised of some 700 islands and cays in the Atlantic Ocean. Total land mass is estimated at 5,382 sq. mi (13, 939 sq. km). The capital, Nassau is on New Providence, while Freeport and Lucaya combined on Grand Bahama are regarded as the nation’s second city....
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