Thursday, 4 June 2009
Just 110,000 euros - www.noscasacv.com
Offering fantastic location, build, design and price, it is not a surprise this development remains a favourite with investors. Djadsal Moradias is one of the most ambitious developments on Sal Island, located just 100 metres from the white sandy beach of Santa Maria. Currently available is a large 2 bedroom penthouse priced at €95,000.
This development has a very nice architectural design and includes an aqua park, a football field, a tennis court, a swimming pool, an outdoor theatre, a casino, parking spaces and all the apartments come fully furnished.
This apartment is a fantastic opportunity - underpriced in today's market, this spacious, 2 bedroom apartment will not be available for long. Situated on the 2nd floor (penthouse) with a larger than usual living room, this apartment is a great buy.
Creola Sands is located on the beachfront at Cabral Beach in Boavista island. Creola combines tranquillity of it’s natural surroundings with prime location at sun, sea and sand. Ranging from studios to 3 bed apartments—all have large terraces with direct sea views, designed by renowned interior designers. The apartments will have high quality finishes. Comes with rental guarantee for 24 months. Completion date 2009. Prices starting from 102,200 euros - www.noscasacv.com
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Located in the heart of the historical southern town of Santa Maria on Sal Island is this exclusive, upmarket residence. This would be the perfect location from which to enjoy and experience the true culture of Cape Verde. Located on Rua 1 de Junho, the principal tree lined cobbled street of the town it is less than 50 meters from the most beautiful white sandy beach of the Islands, by the famous pier, the first catholic church and in the middle of the Islands few colonial houses. The area also hides many diverse restaurants, cafes and boutiques, waiting to be discovered.
The Bazamore Residence will offer luxurious accomodation right in the centre of Santa Maria town. Located only 20 minutes drive from the internationl airport it is a great place to stay while visiting the island. Very few developments have such an exclusive address, located right behind the new entrance to the Morabeza Hotel. This promenade will be home to the most exclusive shops and boutiques in Sal and will offer some of the best accomodation.
Offering a high quality finish on every unit, this development is sure to please even the most particular buyer!
A fantastic opportunity to buy into the most enviable Santa Maria address!
The last remaining units now available. Prices start from 214,000 euros
Economic growth in Cape Verde has steadily improved over recent years, reflecting the government's clear efforts to turn the economy around. This strong growth, combined with sharp increases in capital spending, rising tourism revenue and direct foreign investment, will help to ensure the continuing social and economic stability that makes it an attractive location for property investors.
Cape Verde has a poor natural resource base. A lack of water, combined with other deficiencies in the country's infrastructure, has hindered economic activity and led to a significant dependency on imports. But it is now harnessing the natural resources which are in limitless supply - the sun, the ocean, the wind and its people - and is capitalising on tourism and the growth of the overseas property market.
In 1991, after 15 years of a state-controlled economy, the government of Cape Verde adopted a development strategy based on market-oriented policies, including an ambitious privatisation programme. It became strongly committed to the implementation of macroeconomic and structural reforms and to the development of institutions and infrastructure which would successfully exploit the opportunities offered by an increasingly competitive global economy.
Despite slow progress in some sectors, Cape Verde's economic reform policies are now definitely paying off. Many new businesses are making the most of the opportunities offered by tourism, private investment projects are being implemented, and the construction industry is booming. These trade and investment opportunities can only increase as tourism, fisheries and export-oriented industries become established in the country.
The Cape Verde escudo is pegged to the euro at a rate of 110 to 1, backed by increasing foreign exchange reserves. Please visit www.noscasacv.com