Why TCI?

TCI is beautiful by nature and beautiful by design.

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When we decided to move our development company to the Caribbean, we chose the Turks & Caicos Islands for much the same reason we chose the Islands to buy our own vacation homes some two decades ago.

Since that time, TCI has only become a more attractive choice to vacation, live and/or invest in real estate (or, as many have concluded, to do all of the above).

With all due respect, then, to our Caribbean neighbors, it remains our view that the Turks & Caicos takes the ribbon because it:

  • Is easily accessible, with direct flights from many cities in the US, Canada, and Europe
  • As a British Overseas Territory, has a legal system based on English Common Law and a stable, democratically-elected local government and trustworthy financial system
  • It’s closely tied economically to the US, with the US Dollar as its currency
  • Has a relatively high GDP & one of the lowest crime rates in the region
  • Has no taxes for land/asset-holding, corporate profit, capital gains, or inheritance
  • Has a straightforward process for villa buyers to obtain permanent residency
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
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DIRECT FLIGHTS from many cities in the US, Canada, and Europe

Easily Accessible with Nonstop Flights

There are nonstop flights to and from TCI’s international airport (PLS), from the following cities: Toronto (Air Canada, WestJet) Montreal (Air Canada) New York, JFK (American, Delta, Jet Blue) New York, Newark (United) Chicago, Boston, Washington DC (United) Miami (American) Philadelphia, Charlotte, Dallas (American) Atlanta (Delta) Ft Lauderdale (Southwest, Jet Blue) In addition, British Airways flies from London Gatwick (with a stop in Antigua), while Intercaribbean has flights to many other islands in the Caribbean.
Beautiful Young Woman Lying on the Sand of Tropical Beach at Sunset

BRITISH OVERSEAS TERRITORY - STABLE, TRUSTWORTHY

Politically Stable

As is typical in a British Overseas Territory, TCI has a democratically-elected government with a UK-appointed Governor for oversight, and a legal system based upon British Common Law. TCI is - and will remain - a peaceful country that is both politically and economically stable, with fee simple property ownership and title guaranteed by the Crown, and represents an excellent choice for holding foreign real estate (either to diversify your assets or as a hedge against financial downturns in the rest of the world).
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.
Two beach chairs under umbrella with ocean view in Maldives

TCI HAS BEST CLIMATE IN THE CARIBBEAN

What is the weather in the Turks and Caicos?

In TCI, warm tropical weather is the norm year-round, with average temperatures of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and average ocean temperature an equally impressive 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain tends to fall mostly at night, and daytime showers typically stop as quickly as they start. Because of its location and topography, TCI is less humid than most other Caribbean destinations.

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