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Cindy Maldo
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Why The Dominican Republic?  Here are some answers to that question.

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Affordable Health Insurance In The Dominican Republic.

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An article about protecting your wealth and as a qualifier for residency – citizenship with the purchase of farm land in the Dominican Republic

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The Dominican Republic Poised to grow 6 percent in 2016!! In addition, this follows our own article regarding the solvency and strength of the banking sector in the Dominican Republic: http://www.thedominicanrepublic.net/2016/Dominican-Republic-Banking/

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Is it safe to Bank or Invest In the Dominican Republic?  One of our colleagues answer that question here with this article.

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Dominican Republic News Articles And Information About Residency, Citizenship, Real Estate Plus More.

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Some comments and insight regarding the 2016 elections process in the Dominican Republic.

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What Are The Benefits Of A University Education In The Dominican Republic?

The Opportunity To Obtain A Quality Education Debt Free (And Many Universities In Europe Will Gladly Accept Credits For Transfer).

The Opportunity To Become Fluent In Another Language (Spanish Speakers Are One Of The Fastest Growing Percentages Of The Population In North America).

The Chance For Mom And Dad To Save On Boarding Costs AND Have A Real Estate Investment / Retirement Property (By Buying A New Condo For Possibly Almost The Same Costs As Four Year Room And Board At Many American Universities).

The Opportunity To Obtain Another Citizenship, Thus Expanding Employment Options In The Future (And IF The Student Has Residency, They Pay HALF The Tuition Charged To Foreigners). 

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A Comprehensive List Of Hotels For Santo Domingo, The Dominican Republic

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As banking problems mount in other parts of the world, many of our clients have been asking about banking in the Dominican Republic.  Here is an article that offers at least some basic information.
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