Aruba Homes For Sale Announcement Offered by Aruba Palm Realtors

Moving to Aruba in 2018 find Houses for Sale

Noord, Aruba - December 15, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Aruba Palms Realtors has announced they have homes available for sale on the island Many of the listing are new and some not yet published. It’s always important to ask about these new properties before anyone else sees them. The professional real estate team prides itself on its high quality service and helping people to get the best deal.

Aruba real estate expert Jan Falcone has announced that she can help buyers from the United States and Canada looking to purchase houses on this Dutch Caribbean island. Jan Falcone, owner of Aruba Palms Realtors, offers high quality, personalized attention to help buyers find the best property for their needs.

Home listings can be found at: https://arubapalmsrealtors.com.

Houses are available with swimming pools, some are gated communities or idyllic locations near the various popular beaches, Eagle Beach, Palm Beach and more. Many have stunning views for homeowners to take in, and Aruba Palms Realtors works hard to get clients the best deal.

Aruba is known for its awesome location and warm waters with many people choosing to visit it throughout the year, and those so privileged as to making it their home. It has friendly people, sunny weather, and doesn’t have to deal with natural disasters, like many other islands.

One of the biggest assets to the area is its high levels of safety. As well as the lack of hurricanes, earthquakes and even rain, it enjoys the lowest crime rates in the Southern Caribbean. In addition to this, the island has a stable government and runs under Dutch law, as it is a Dutch protectorate.

This means that Aruba offers a picturesque, safe and secure location for buying a new home or moving to the Southern Caribbean. Visitors to the island can enjoy every day all year round, with glorious weather and island breezes to cool them down.

There are numerous activities to enjoy, from diving and snorkeling to a thriving nightlife and wide range of restaurants to choose from. Other activities include sailing opportunities, live entertainment and more.

Anyone wanting to move to the area can get in touch with Aruba Palms Realtors for high quality, tailored service. The site makes it easy to track down dream homes in the area, and visitors can filter the search results to suit their unique needs.

Further information can be found on the URL above, where interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Jan Falcone
Email: Send Email
Organization: Aruba Palms Realtors
Address: L.G. Smith Boulevard 534J, Noord 777777, Aruba
Phone: +297-586-2514

For more information, please visit https://arubapalmsrealtors.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 278375

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