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September 2009
Features
Kibanda

Kibanda translates to “small hut” in Swahili—think cabaña in Spanish or cabanon in French, cabin in English. But Kibanda, in Belmont, is not a small hut or cabin. And though i...
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Hurricane Loading

A Practical Approach  -  We can learn a lot from others’ experiences during hurricanes. In particular professionals who are there at the scene and can give us the benefit of knowledge ...
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Shoreside Review

Royal BVI Yacht Club Gets a New Chef and a New Menu  - The aLookingGlass staff walked over to the Royal British Virgin Islands Yacht Club on a sunny Wednesday afternoon to sample some old favouri...
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Editor's Notes
Editor

Welcome to the September issue of Property Guide  -  I love the house where I currently reside, with its pool, sunken sunroom and bougainvillea-sprinkled outdoor shower, and my housemates are great, but I think it’s time to live on my own. In my recent search for an apartment on Tortola, I’ve been fairly discouraged at the rent prices for the available spaces. A studio apartm...
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Mirrored Reality
Mirrored Reality

"I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions.
What ever you see I swallow immediately
Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.
I am not cruel, only truthful –
The eye of a little god, four-cornered."

    – Sylvia Plath’s "Mirror"

When people think of mirrors, they usually think of a looking-glass, but a mirror is any surface that reflects. In fact, the first artif...
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Land Holding Licence
Land Holding License

With a high concentration of expatriate residents, as well as potential overseas buyers seeking to acquire luxury homes and investors in search of next big opportunity in the property market, the British Virgin Islands, Nature’s Little Secrets, represents the ideal environment for property buyers to capture a bit of paradise by owning a piece of land. However, non-nationals seeking to acquir...
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The Market State
The Market State

Currently in the BVI, there are more vacant houses and rental properties than there are buyers and occupants. This should make for a competitive market in which the buyer or renter gets a good deal. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Both sellers and landlords in the BVI have been hesitant to lower their asking prices, causing their properties to remain unsold or unoccupied and often...
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