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    Commercial Washing Machines

    You may know quite a bit about home appliances simply by being a home owner/consumer who appreciates a little convenience. Your washing machine, for example, probably seems simple enough for your daily needs. You put clothes and soap in, push a button, and let it go – time and time again. But if you are a Laundromat owner of have a business with industrial washing needs, you’ll need to up the ante and make a purchase of one or more commercial washing machines. Fortunately for you, the commercial washing machine market is a thriving industry with a variety of options that can be tailored exactly to your business or personal…

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    Buying Property in the Bahamas

    The Bahamas is a stunning Caribbean country consisting of approximately 700 islands and over 2,400 cays, nestled between Florida and Cuba. Its population of around 400,000 is largely of West African descent. The remainder are descendants of European immigrants. Tourism and financial services generate the bulk of the country’s revenue. Expats find the Bahamas an attractive place to live for a variety of reasons. The Bahamas’ island properties are divided into different types, ranging from luxury estates with deep water dockage to lively condos. The Bahamas’ real estate market is diverse and offers both natural beauty and an abundance of amenities. Some of the islands are touristic hubs, while others…

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    Buying, Selling and Renting Bahamas Property

    Whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced investor, you’ll want to find a Realtor with expertise in the Bahamas property market. The Bahamas has a highly developed real estate market with low property taxes and a reliable system for buying and selling real estate. Here, you’ll find information on buying, selling and renting Bahamas property. The demand for residential property in The Bahamas was already waning before the coronavirus hit the island. According to Engel &Volkers’ 2019 Real Estate Market Report, residential sales declined by 20% last year. And when the government closed the border for international visitors in March 2020 due to the coronavirus, the demand for…