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Agents wanted for new Caribbean resort

12.05am 19th January 2006 - Property

Property agents in towns and cities across Britain and Ireland are being recruited by a Cambridgeshire company set up to sell villas and apartments in an exclusive new resort dubbed ‘the last great investment opportunity in the Caribbean.‘
Punta Perla, a golf, marina and spa resort in the Punta Cana region of the Dominican Republic, will take six years to complete. As construction work gets underway, agents are being sought by the sales organisation, Punta Perla Sales Ltd of St Neots, to introduce purchasers for the 8,600 homes planned.
Set among landscaped gardens and extensive parkland, they will range from golf villas and beach apartments to water homes and multi-million dollar mansions on the 3.5 kilometres of white sandy beaches.
Features of the 1,100 hectare (2,718 acre) resort on the island’s eastern tip will include three signature golf courses, four five-star hotels, an international spa and a brand new marina, as well as a water park, equestrian centre and shopping mall.
A wide variety of water sports, and opportunities for whale watching and swimming with dolphins, are among other attractions.
“With pre-launch property prices as low as US$377,000 for an apartment, this is the last great investment opportunity in the Caribbean,” says Mark Lynn, managing director of Punta Perla Sales.
Mark Lynn and his colleague Mark Andrew are keen to hear from property agents across the country who can support the drive to promote the scheme and the guaranteed rental returns it offers to investors in the UK and Eire. They can be contacted on telephone +44-(0)1480-471954 or by email at for Mark Lynn and for Mark Andrew.
Punta Perla Sales Ltd

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