CBI Real Estate Panel: “Allowing Only Ready-Built Projects Defies the Point of CIP”

During a panel discussion at the Investment Migration Forum in Geneva last week, CIU-heads and agents exchanged views on how to ensure the integrity of CBI real estate. The chairman of CIPA, furthermore, indicated a regional CBI-regulator could soon become a reality.

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Industry Largely Welcomes Grenada CIP’s 20% Equity Rule, But Not Everyone is Happy

While prominent industry commentators laud the introduction of a skin-in-the-game requirement, some Grenadian developers say the government’s definition of “skin” puts them at a distinct disadvantage. Show me the money New regulations for the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme stipulate that CBI-real estate developers must have a 20% equity stake in their projects to obtain

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Range Picks Grenada For Third Caribbean CBI-Project After Disappointments in St Lucia, St Kitts

Following unconfirmed reports last week, Range Developments has today officially announced that it will be developing several projects in Grenada’s La Sagesse area, beginning with a Six Senses luxury resort. Describing the first project, Range writes in a press release that the hotel’s setting will be in “an unspoilt area of remarkable natural beauty with

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Grenada CIP Leaves Nothing to Chance in New CBI-Discounting Prevention Regulations

In a follow-up circular to this week’s announcement that the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme had lowered its real estate investment requirement to US$220,000, the program’s CIU makes it clear that the practice of discounting CBI-real estate will not fly in Grenada.

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Saint Kitts CIU to Instate Real Estate Escrow: Payouts Contingent on Developers Actually Developing

The Saint Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit reports it has been consulting with developers over new regulations in a bid to prevent improper promotion and procedures related to the program’s real estate option. The developers, said the CIU, had pledged to ensure that their promotion of real estate would reflect the statutory requirements

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