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TEN REASONS WHY TO INVEST IN ARUBA
1. The Weather:
Aruba sits right about 80 degrees Fahrenheit all year long. This warm weather allows visitors to spend the entire day outside, on the beach, in the sea, or shopping local boutiques.
2. The Beaches:
The sands of the Aruban coasts are sugary white and feel like powder underneath the feet. The public beaches go around the entire island, so there is no shortage of spots to lay down a towel or to set up a beach chair.
3. No Hurricanes:
Aruba is situated outside of the hurricane belt in the southern Caribbean, guaranteeing you the perfect Caribbean vacation!
4. Eagle Beach:
World renowned Eagle Beach is home of L’aquila Residences, a few steps away separate your property from one of the top 5 beaches of world (TripAdvisor).
One of the most peacefully and secure island in the Caribbean,
6. Easy Access:
With more than 38 flights daily. Aruba is strategically located to serve the international flights between South America, the United States, and Europe with direct sea and air connections.
7. Property Taxes:
Property taxes are as low as 0.4% the value of the property, yearly.
8. The Food:
More than 90 nationalities influence Aruba’s cuisine, with local dishes like gouda-glazed keshi yena joining South American, European and Caribbean favorites on menus around the island. Whether you want to experience fancy toes-in-the-sand dining or enjoy a laid-back local lunch- Aruba, with over 300 eateries, offers it all!
About three quarters of the Aruban gross national income is earned through tourism or related activities. Most tourists are from the United States (predominantly from the north-east US), Canada, the Netherlands and South America, mainly Venezuela and Colombia.
10. Aruba has one of the highest standards of living in the region:
There is a low unemployment rate. About three quarters of the Aruban gross national income is earned through tourism or related activities. Most tourists are from the United States (predominantly from the north-east US), Canada, the Netherlands and South America, mainly Venezuela and Colombia.