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Discussion in 'Buying Overseas Property' started by oregon woodsmoke, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. oregon woodsmoke

    oregon woodsmoke New Member

    I am actually surprised. I seriously thought Fidel Castro would out-live me, and out-live my grandchildren, and still have a tight hold on the reins at the next turn of the century.

    I am not seeing any big changes immediately, but I am watching.

    If Cuba is ever opened up for American investors to buy and hold private title to land in Cuba, there is going to be a free-for all.

    There is so much pent up demand, and Cuba was always the number 1 favorite island vacation spot for America.

    When it happens, it is going to look like the after Christmas bargain basement sales at Macy's Department Store, with pushing and shoving, and toes getting stomped on.

    I am thinking probably not until after Fidel dies. But when it happens, I am ready to jump in.
  2. Damian George

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  3. Aegean

    Aegean New Member

    100% agree but will be a few years before it happens as old guard all need to die off.
  4. Investy

    Investy Senior Member

    The experience of ex communist regimes in Europe revealed complexities with title deeds. The practice of inter - generational multi party deeds became widespread. I heard of cases were hundreds of people were on 1 deed!
  5. chilling

    chilling New Member

    are there generally no possibilities for foreigners to buy property in Cuba or only for US-Americans?
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