Harrods Estates, the luxury real estate arm of the world famous department store will be showcasing Baha Mar, the highly anticipated luxury development in the Bahamas in store on 10th – 30th June 2012. Baha Mar will be showcased in the Harrods window to promote the UK launch, providing visitors with the opportunity to visualise the luxurious lifestyle and investment opportunities available.
Eight hectares of beachfront experience will transport guests to the natural habitat of the Bahamas, combining extraordinary pools with mangroves, hidden coves and lantern-filled groves where flowers, birds and docile sea habitants abound. Three unique spas, including the most complete spa experience in the Caribbean, will be set along one kilometre of the most pristine beach in the world. The planned 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Course will be one of a select few top-tier Nicklaus courses in the world, bringing a new, true championship course to The Bahamas.
Purchasers have the option of using their property all year round or entering into the rental management agreement with the resort. By entering into the rental program, owners can save approximately 25 per cent of purchase price due to the tax waivers introduced by The Bahamian Government for foreign investors, as well as enjoy tax free rental revenue streams. Owners can also belong to The Baha Mar Residence Club and convert a portion of their personal usage for credits that they can use for holidays at more than 300 luxury resorts and experiences around the world including The Mandarin Oriental Knighstbridge, safaris in Tanzania or cruises on the Nile with Viking River Cruises among others. All owners are also entitled to apply for permanent resident status in The Bahamas.
Harrods Estates specialises in the sale, let and acquisition of luxury property in the super prime property market with 89 per cent of sales coming from overseas buyers. The luxury agent forms part of the Harrods Group and offers a VIP, discreet and bespoke service to each and every one of its clients.