The Bahamas are a real island paradise. The archipelago is comprised of more than 700 islands that attract visitors to their sandy, sun-splashed beaches, clear water, and laid-back Caribbean culture.

Best of all, there is no need to buy a second home in the Bahamas when there are fractional ownership homes and resorts available. This opportunity allows you to accrue all the benefits of traditional vacation home ownership at a fraction of the cost.

Living in the Bahamas

Buying real estate abroad is often a complicated and challenging process. By letting a professional equity vacation club do it for you, you get all the benefits of owning a vacation home in the Bahamas at a fraction of the cost, and without a headache.  Fractional ownership allows you and your family to enjoy the beauty and recreational opportunities that the Bahamas provide, while also building equity in a high-value real estate market.

Caribbean Fractional Property Listings

The Ritz-Carlton® St. Thomas

Destination Club
$25,000 and up - Fractional Resort

If a beach retreat is what you need, let your worries float away at the Ritz-Carlton Club, St. Thomas. With 30 acres of oceanfront paradise,…

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450 sq ft 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Ocean Terrace Condos – Anguilla, Caribbean

$50,000 and up - Fractional Resales

Ocean Terrace Condos in Anguilla offers spacious family style condominiums that are fully furnished with wonderful amenities to help make your stay lavish and comfortable.…

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1100 sq ft 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

Newstead Belmont Hills – Bermuda

$59,400 and up - Fractional Resort

Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa is a perfect getaway location in Bermuda. The elegant rooms and suites are fully furnished, featuring classic wooden…

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810 sq ft 1 Bathroom

Laguna Gecko Private Home – Placencia, Belize

Limited Availability
$150,000 per fraction - Fractional Home

Custom-built private home with 10 owners.   Rent your unused weeks in the rental program.   Private dock for boat launch or swimming.   European design with upgrades and…

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4400 sq ft 4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms

Residence Club, USVI – Pre-Construction

Beautiful View
$190,000 and up - Fractional Resort

Residence Club in Cruz Bay, USVI This Residence Club is an equity residence club perched atop a west-facing hillside overlooking Cruz Bay. Like-minded families share…

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Equity Estates – Turks And Caicos, Caribbean

Equity Fund, Shared Ownership
$250,000 and up - Fractional Home

Vacation in over 60 homes valued between $2-$5 million each, with one low investment. Located on the magnificent stretch of the world-acclaimed Grace Bay, and…

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4500 sq ft 4 Bedrooms 4.5 Bathrooms

Equity Estates – St. John U.S. Virgin Islands

Equity Fund, Shared Ownership
$250,000 and up - Fractional Home

Vacation in over 60 homes valued between $2-$5 million each, with one low investment. This Mediterranean-style villa with three bedrooms and three and a half…

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3 Bedrooms 3.5 Bathrooms

Enclave On Placencia Caye – Placencia, Belize

Beautiful View
$391,000 per fraction - Fractional Home

The Enclave is a one-of-a-kind private island fractional opportunity.  This is a large resort-style luxury home with 7 suites, each with a spa bath, large…

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12700 sq ft 7 Bedrooms 8 Bathrooms
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Things to Do in the Bahamas

One of the primary draws of the Bahamas is the beach. Clear, sparkling aquamarine waters and pristine white-sand beaches draw in visitors. Naturally, water sports are a large part of the recreation on the islands.

The clear blue-green waters and abundant coral reefs of the Bahamas are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. Divers will be thrilled upon finding the reefs teeming with colorful fish, reef sharks, and friendly dolphins. The Bahamas are well-known for their “blue holes,” a special type of marine cave of interest to divers. Dean’s Blue Hole is the second largest blue hole in the world and is located in the Bahamas, attracting thousands of visitors annually.

Non-divers and non-snorkelers can interact with curious and friendly dolphins through several island operations that offer wild dolphin encounters. The more adventurous may opt for a shark encounter, offered year-round.

The clear waters of the Bahamas lend themselves well to kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and surfing. The Bahamas are well recognized in the surfing community as one of the world’s up-and-coming surf destinations. The islands of Eleuthera and the Abacos are locally known as two of the best spots to catch consistently good waves.

Perhaps one of the most enjoyable ways to experience all the Bahamas have to offer is by boat. Small boat services interconnect the islands of the archipelago, and the area is a popular yachting location. Cruising between islands is a pleasant way to spend a day or evening, and many operators offer specialty cruises, including dolphin cruises, boat cruises, and much more.

Those wanting to cruise under their own direction may choose to rent a Jet-Ski or take an ATV tour of the island, two popular activities during the summer and winter.

Something for Everyone

The Bahamas offer attractions for all ages and interests. The islands feature dozens of museums, festivals, and cultural attractions.

One of the largest and most impressive museums is the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. It features a permanent collection as well as rotating exhibits throughout the year. This gallery shows the spectacular work of Bahamian artists. Other museums, including the Albert Lowe Museum and the Pompey Museum, showcase and preserve the colonial history and unique culture of the Bahamas and its people over time.

For those wanting to own a little piece of the islands for themselves, arts and crafts are available for purchase outside of major museums. Many small markets and galleries feature local artists as well as other gift items for purchase.

Rum is one of the primary exports of the Bahamas and another major attraction for locals and visitors. John Watling’s Distillery is one of the main distilleries in the country, and the Bahamas is also home to a major rum festival each year. Through all seasons, rum-based cocktails are available at the countless oceanfront bars and patios that dot the beaches of the islands.

For those preferring vices of another variety, cigars are produced locally on several of the islands in the Bahamas and are offered for sale in many venues. Those interested in getting their hands dirty can take a tour of the cigar factories and try their hand at making their own cigar.

In addition to bars and patios, the Bahamas also offer hundreds of restaurants that cater to all tastes. From casual oceanfront bistros offering local fresh-caught seafood to luxury fine-dining experiences, the Bahamas are known for their delicious cuisine and outdoor dining.