|“Paradise is calling” at JN Real Estate Fair|
|Thursday, 12 April 2012 13:51|
Want to find your little square of Jamaican paradise? Hopeful homeowners can now explore the island's wide range of real estate investment opportunities at the free Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Real Estate Fair, on Sunday, April 22, at the Inverrary Country Club in Lauderhill.
Under the theme "paradise is calling," the JNBS Florida Representative Office seeks to provide Jamaicans living in Florida "the opportunity to learn more about home and property developments in the island and explore opportunities for ownership."
Fair attendants will enjoy direct access to Jamaica's best real estate developers and agents participating in the JNBS Preferred Lender Program. A collaboration between JNBS and top real estate developers, the Preferred Lender Program selects developers under strict criteria and offers promotional support for their housing solutions. These special housing representatives will have information on the latest projects for prospective homeowners to explore.
The JNBS Florida Office decided to launch a real estate fair after their real estate workshops last year received an immense response in Florida.
"We plan to use this real estate fair to give prospective patrons much more information; therefore, we have also invited quantity surveyors and lawyers to attend the event," said JNBS Chief Representative Officer in Florida, Janice McIntosh. "These representatives will be able to provide meaningful information to guide the decision-making of participants."
For persons who have property in Jamaica or who are pursuing legal estate matters, McIntosh also confirmed that the Jamaican National Housing Trust (NHT) and the National Land Agency (NLA) will also have representatives on hand "who will be able to provide up-to-date information for persons who need to establish their status with the NHT, or get detailed information about land they own in Jamaica."
JNBS also plans to highlight its special 9.4 percent rate on residential mortgages, currently among the lowest offers in Jamaica.
"We anticipate that some persons will be actively seeking to acquire homes or land," she stated. "With our experience in providing mortgages and this attractive lending rate, it will be the perfect opportunity to serve potential purchasers."
For more information about the fair, contact the JNBS Florida Representative Office at 1-800-390-7850, or email at [email protected]