All Blog Entries by Peter Dupuch

Peter Dupuch is Broker/Owner of ERA Dupuch Real Estate.

Found 5 blog entries published by Peter Dupuch.

Believe it or not, Nassau has probably the largest variety of dive sites in The Bahamas. This is because of our proximity to the Tongue of the Ocean, which can be best described as an underwater Grand Canyon, which merges with the Florida Gulf Stream and the Atlantic Ocean, providing a plethora or marine life and habitats for eager divers to discover. The Tongue of the Ocean offers great wall dives, which start somewhere around 60ft and drop off to thousands of feet! Along this wall hide lobsters, octopus, and lionfish; you will see turtles out in the deep cruising, massive tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi and at more times than not, a local Reef Shark cruising by in the distance.

 Lion Fish Nassau Bahamas Scuba

The great thing about the wall dives is that you don’t have to dive to great

3,443 Views, 2 Comments

Brigadoon PoolNo home in The Bahamas, whether it is a primary residence, your second home, or an income producing property, is complete without a crystal clear, sparkling pool. Perfect for cooling off in on the hot summer days, your pool will be the spot in the long summers where you chill, hang and relax, the focal part of your outdoor space.

< The pool at this Brigadoon Estates listing comes with a bar, perfect for parties and entertaining!

The age old question when installing a new pool, and one which the pool contractor should ask you is, 'Do you want a Saltwater pool or a Chlorine pool?'. To make the right choice,  we need to understand the difference between the two, and pick the one that suits. Note, the jury is still out on which one is better!

Here

1,521 Views, 0 Comments

While there are exceptions to every rule, it is pretty obvious that land can be found much cheaper off the island of Nassau/New Providence. Nassau is the capitol. It's the hotspot. But it's also one of the smallest islands in the Bahamas. Small supply and a large demand for Nassau real estate keeps prices higher than the Family Islands.

Islands like Abaco, Eleuthera, Cat Island, Exuma and Long Island offer wonderful deals that are extremely affordable. It's up to you the level of tranquility that you are looking for.

  Secluded beaches are the norm in the Family Islands

Treasure Cay, Abaco for instance, has one of the world's finest beaches. You can find Treasure Cay lots in small marina and beachfront communities for less than $30,000.00.

5,291 Views, 0 Comments

Short term vacation rentals have become increasingly popular in The Bahamas. Investors are changing their attitude and sometimes switching from long term leases to vacation rentals. Any drawbacks of short term are far out weighed by the premium that is paid. It is a win win situation, with renters paying less and getting more than they would in a hotel and landlords getting a good return on their investment. We have had an increasing number of savvy investors purchasing homes and condominiums with the intent to use them for vacation rentals. It is perfect for foreigners wishing to purchase in The Bahamas. They can purchase a home and then offset any costs by renting it out, blocking off the dates they wish to use it either for themselves or friends and

2,933 Views, 0 Comments

700 Bahamas Islands?

Which Island should I visit? Aren’t they all the same? A question often asked to me by buyers or vacation planners. My first answer is “Absolutley Not”. They are not all the same. Not even remotely. Each island offers it’s own totally unique experience to the visitor. The only thing that is the same is the temperature! And the SUNSHINE!

Never Run Out Of Things To Do On Nassau/Paradise Island

If you like to dine in a different 4 star restaurant every night before hopping out to a casino and local nightclubs and hotspots, then Nassau/Paradise Island is your best bet. Nassau is the capitol of the Bahamas and so has the most dense population of any island in our chain. There’s lots and lots to do but you’re going to be doing it

2,510 Views, 0 Comments