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MONICA KNOWLES

 TOP PRODUCER

Monica launched her career in real estate in 2007 just before property sales took a nosedive after the 2007-2008 global recession. In such a slow market it would have been easy for her to have thrown in the towel, but after a tough slough, each year she committed to absorbing as much knowledge as possible about real estate trends and the luxury property market.

Nearly a decade later, that dedication has paid off. After consecutively listing and selling million dollar properties, she netted a high profile sale that catapulted her to the firm’s Top Producer in 2016.

“Prices across the board have stabilized, so buyers who have been on the fence realize that the time to buy is now. The fire sale is over and distressed properties have been sold, so the current market is trending upwards. There is slight room for negotiations, so savvy buyers and sellers are listening to their realtors and sealing amazing and favorable deals.”

Philosophy: I am a highly motivated professional who is committed to providing superior customer service with sound real estate advice. Born and raised in the Bahamas, it is my sincere pleasure to help all persons seeking real estate services.

Areas of Specializations: Paradise Island market, New Providence market, Waterfront homes, Condos, Villas. First time home-buyers, Second home purchases, Investment properties. Expatriate housing, Residential and Commercial Rental properties.

Affiliations: Luxury Portfolio, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Luxury Real Estate, Bahamas MLS, Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA).

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Bahamas Realty: 

Bahamas Realty Ltd a full service real estate company, and one of the largest and most respected real estate companies in The Bahamas. Established in 1949, Bahamas Realty has over three generations of active involvement in the real estate industry. As an affiliate of the prestigious Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network, Bahamas Realty helps connect buyers and sellers across the world and exposes your property on six different continents. As part of a global organization, our connections make us the best choice for local knowledge combined with national and global exposure – all for your benefit.

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Our Mission:
Driven to provide the highest standard of real estate services in The Bahamas.

Our Vision: 
To offer the finest real estate services in The Bahamas.

Our team includes licensed real estate specialists, appraisers, and commercial property managers – all under one roof.

As an independent, Bahamian-owned and registered, full-service real estate company we:

  • Lease and sell homes, condominiums, acreages/lots, office spaces, shops and warehouses.
  • Appraise all types of properties throughout The Bahamas.
  • Manage commercial properties and liaise with owners, tenants, sub-contractors, buyers and sellers.
  • Offer consulting services for land investment and development.
  • Offer comprehensive worldwide referral services

Bahamas Realty agents provide the highest level of service to both individual and corporate clients. Our prospect and client base includes many of the leading leisure and financial institutions in the Bahamas for whom we provide turnkey services that includes finding suitable accommodations, negotiating favorable lease terms, assisting with move in process and orientation to the community.

The Bahamas

Starting 55 miles off the coast of South Florida and stretching as far south as Inagua, just 60 miles from Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, The Bahamas is a coral archipelago of 700 islands, 29 of which are inhabited, and over 2,000 rocks and cays.

With a population of some 320,000 people, most of whom live on the major islands (New Providence, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera, Abaco, Exuma, Long Island, Inagua, Cat Island, Bimini and Andros), and with an adult literacy rate of 95%, The Bahamas has a capable and adaptable work force.

The Bahamas, an English speaking country which gained its independence from Britain on July 10, 1973, is one of the most politically stable countries; a parliamentary democracy has operated without interruption for 275 years.

The Bahamas has comprehensive and modern infrastructure, particularly on the two major islands, New Providence and Grand Bahama, where most of the population live. There is a reliable and adequate supply of Electricity and water. Telecommunications services and facilities in The Bahamas are state-of-the-art, with direct international links provided through a 100% digital switching system.

The economy of The Bahamas is driven by tourism and international banking and other financial services. Retail and wholesale distributive trades, manufacturing, agriculture and fisheries are the other major sectors of the economy. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of The Bahamas exceeds $6 billion, 60% of which comes from tourism related activities. The per capita income of the country is approximately $20,000 per annum, one of the highest in the Caribbean region.

The Bahamas is an independent monetary entity. The Bahamian dollar is on par with the U.S. dollar.

There are no income, inheritance, capital gains or corporate taxes in The Bahamas.

Starting 55 miles off the coast of South Florida and stretching as far south as Inagua,just 60 miles from Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, The Bahamas is a coral archipelago of 700 islands, 29 of which are inhabited, and over 2,000 rocks and cays.

 

With a population of some 320,000 people, most of whom live on the major islands (New Providence, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera, Abaco, Exuma, Long Island, Inagua, Cat Island, Bimini and Andros), and with an adult literacy rate of 95%, The Bahamas has a capable and adaptable work force.

 

The Bahamas, an English speaking country which gained its independence from Britain on July 10, 1973, is one of the most politically stable countries; a parliamentary democracy has operated without interruption for 275 years.

 

The Bahamas has comprehensive and modern infrastructure, particularly on the two major islands, New Providence and Grand Bahama, where most of the population live. There is a reliable and adequate supply of Electricity and water. Telecommunications services and facilities in The Bahamas are state-of-the-art, with direct international links provided through a 100% digital switching system.

 

The economy of The Bahamas is driven by tourism and international banking and other financial services. Retail and wholesale distributive trades, manufacturing, agriculture and fisheries are the other major sectors of the economy. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of The Bahamas exceeds $6 billion, 60% of which comes from tourism related activities. The per capita income of the country is approximately $20,000 per annum, one of the highest in the Caribbean region.

 

The Bahamas is an independent monetary entity. The Bahamian dollar is on par with the U.S. dollar.

 

There are no income, inheritance, capital gains or corporate taxes in The Bahamas.

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