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Old 04-19-2018, 10:00 AM
 
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Looking to connect with anyone else that has decided to take advantage of Acts 20 and 22 by establishing residence in Puerto Rico.

Where's the best place to live in terms of safety, amenities, and reliable infrastructure.

I'm not looking to buy immediately and will likely rent for the first 1-2 years.

Max budget per month is around 10k. Hoping to find an updated and fully furnished condo or townhouse. Don't want the responsibility of a single family home.

I've been told Dorado Beach is a good place to start?

thanks
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:01 PM
 
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would like to clarify the max budget for rent is 10k per month. thanks
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Old 04-20-2018, 07:48 AM
 
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would like to clarify the max budget for rent is 10k per month. thanks
depends on what you want. dorado is a good place to start for high end beach resort such as the reserve at the ritz carlton. san juan could also be a good fit.
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Old 04-21-2018, 05:31 PM
 
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Thanks! What about crime and safety? If you were to rent or buy at the Ritz would power outages be a concern?
why would that be a prob for you, Moneybags ?

with your budget, you could have the Mayor of SJ in the palm of your hand.. she might even gift you with a hat or t- shirt if you sweeten up her political War Chest with a donation.

Miré,
I am currently over in 'the Corner' cleaning up my place as well as my nabes after Maria 'bítch slapped' us..

We can always use another hand..

Trolls are always welcome, they are so close to the ground it makes picking up debris from so much easier for them.
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Old 04-23-2018, 12:42 PM
 
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why would that be a prob for you, Moneybags ?

with your budget, you could have the Mayor of SJ in the palm of your hand.. she might even gift you with a hat or t- shirt if you sweeten up her political War Chest with a donation.

Miré,
I am currently over in 'the Corner' cleaning up my place as well as my nabes after Maria 'bítch slapped' us..

We can always use another hand..

Trolls are always welcome, they are so close to the ground it makes picking up debris from so much easier for them.
Nice one
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Old 04-25-2018, 06:49 AM
 
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Most of the 2022 people live in Condado, Dorado, Palmas Del Mar, Guaynabo. Don't mind the trolls on here who are jealous of your success. Since those are more expensive areas to live, you will find more businesses catering to the HNWI types. Power outages are a concern all over the island, in both rich and poor communities. That's why so many people have a generator.
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Old 04-25-2018, 12:57 PM
 
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Looking to connect with anyone else that has decided to take advantage of Acts 20 and 22 by establishing residence in Puerto Rico.

Where's the best place to live in terms of safety, amenities, and reliable infrastructure.

I'm not looking to buy immediately and will likely rent for the first 1-2 years.

Max budget per month is around 10k. Hoping to find an updated and fully furnished condo or townhouse. Don't want the responsibility of a single family home.

I've been told Dorado Beach is a good place to start?

thanks
Ignore the one hater who posted here. Puerto Rico does it better, come on down! What dummy wouldn't want to get paid by the government to live in paradise half the year under Act 22
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Old 04-25-2018, 01:29 PM
 
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looks like someone is opening multiple accounts on C-D again.



An Army of One.
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Old 04-26-2018, 07:32 PM
 
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You'd be hard pressed to find something that PR does better. The weather is better, aside from hurricanes, by PR didn't create the weather, so they can hardly claim credit for that.
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Old 04-27-2018, 04:48 PM
 
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Most of the 2022 people live in Condado, Dorado, Palmas Del Mar, Guaynabo. Don't mind the trolls on here who are jealous of your success. Since those are more expensive areas to live, you will find more businesses catering to the HNWI types. Power outages are a concern all over the island, in both rich and poor communities. That's why so many people have a generator.
So part of the requirement is buying a residence within 2 years. Do most actually buy or just rent. What is the typical time line for building in Puerto Rico. Since it's an island does it take longer than normal?

Also just out of curiousity, do most actually live full time in PR or just the required 183 days? I mean how do they actually regulate or quantify how much time you actually spend there?
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