When you’re looking to buy or lease property in a new country, whether it be for your business or for investment, the process can be challenging and daunting. Since real estate is the largest expense after payroll for most companies, every dollar saved on your lease goes directly to your bottom line. However, it’s not just about the numbers; the challenges of buying or leasing property in a new country include navigating different cultures, different ways of doing things, new languages and local dialects.I specialize in commercial real estate in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. I am fluent in English, Spanish, German and Danish. I have a Masters degree in Law from the University of Copenhagen and a degree in Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School. I have taken several courses in the CCIM Commercial Real Estate Program in the United States.I have been in the Dominican Republic for the last 12 years and for 15 years in the Caribbean - as a business owner, real estate investor, and real estate broker. I understand the market here - how it works, and how to negotiate it. Why try to navigate the market on your own when you can have an experienced professional to help? I will take you through each step of the process to help you find the perfect space for your business or investment.
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