Expats' Corner !

That's it! You have fallen under the charm of Bavaro - Punta Cana, and after one or several stays in all-inclusive hotel, you have decided to make Punta Cana your home.

Settle down in this thriving tourist area is surely a good choice, on the condition of taking some precautions above all investment. Here are some tips from those who have already made the leap into this enchanting and unique paradise.

Before moving to Punta Cana, set your priorities according to the lifestyle to which you aspire to live : apartment or house, nearby the beach, shops, restaurants, school, peaceful community, security, … ??

1/ Before buying, it is wise to sign a short term lease, renting a property for just three months. This will help you get a clearer picture of daily life in Punta Cana.
Rent a car and visit all the great places in the area (check out our map page)

2/ Buddy up with other residents and their friends, you'll surely meet many of them in local restaurants, bars and beach club. All these people have stories to tell about their life in Punta Cana.

3/You also can check with your country's Embassy for formalities and pitfalls to avoid
In our
directory we have listed the Consular Agent and Honorary Consul present in Punta Cana - Bavaro.
For all the other countries, you can verify if there is your Embassy in Santo Domingo on the web site : http://www.embassypages.com/

4/ Once you have an idea of what you are looking for, choose a reputable real estate agency to help you find your dream home. Only purchase properties with titles.

5/To help you in all your administrative procedures, resident's permit, ID card, driving licence, organization of your moving and even new business start-up we recommend you :

G S Administrative and legal services Gilbert Soulie 829 256 7001 / www.immigration-repdom.com


After a thoughtful decision, the keys of the paradise will be yours!