Women buying up most mid-income house lots
WOMEN ARE FAST DOMINATING another aspect of Barbadian life.
They are now the most significant group buying middle-income house lots in Barbados.
Though no database exists to give precise numbers, two directors of the Barbados Estate Agents And Valuers’ Association Inc. (BEAVA) said this group have been the main ones buying land for between $90 000 to $150 000.
“It is primarily young professional women that we are seeing,” said Paul Alleyne, director of sales at Alleyne Real Estate.
“I tend to agree . . . . That is a trend we have noticed,” chimed in David Coombes, managing director of Caribbean Island Properties.
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