Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos

Population 45,703
Area 948 km sq
Timezone GMT -5
Language English
Billed as the ultimate dive destination, Turks & Caicos enjoys clear waters and a fantastic marine life with coral and fish, dolphins, turtles and more. The liveliest area is on Providenciales, with its 12 mile long Grace Bay Beach, lined with resorts.
A British Overseas Territory, the beautiful Turks & Caicos Islands are considered some of the safest places in the Caribbean to visit or to live longer term. Visits up to 90 days are allowed without a visa, with a valid UK passport, but check entry requirements on government websites.
It is not easy for foreigners to gain residency, although there are annual residence and work permits and there is a Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) for a significant investment in the islands, amongst other categories of residency status. Investment from USD$250,000 (or USD$500,000 on Providenciales or West Caicos). Fees, terms & conditions apply.

There is no income tax on the Turks & Caicos Islands. Nor is there capital gains tax, property tax, estate or inheritance tax or corporate tax relating to real estate.
Our affiliate partners have been on the Islands since 1989 and represented the seller in the country’s largest recorded land sale - at The Point at Emerald Beach in Leeward, Providenciales.

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