31 Gambles Estate, P.O. Box 1275 St. John’s
Chestertons Antigua & Barbuda is comprised of a team of professionals with experience at both local and international levels, providing unparalleled and in-depth knowledge needed when applying for Citizenship by Investment in Antigua and Barbuda.
With strong ethical and moral principles at the core of our mandate, the team is grounded by international standards with an inherent Caribbean flare, making it the premier representative for the Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) in Antigua and Barbuda.
Let our team guide you seamlessly through the application process and click here to find view the Chestertons Citizen report.
Cameron Fraser has been involved with the expansion development of Historic Redcliffe Quay. Since 2004 to date and has been involved in the development and management of Nonsuch Bay Resort as a shareholder. He is currently a Director of Antigua Pier Group Limited, a Director of key Properties Limited and Vice President of the Antigua and Barbuda Cruise Tourism Association.
As Managing Director, Gaye Hechme is the first point of contact for many of our clients. She has considerable knowledge of Antigua's CIP application process having served as a member of the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Task Force.
Ask any expat why they chose to buy a home in Antigua and they will testify to three things: a safe, stable atmosphere; easy access with a wealth of direct international flights; and genuine, warm-hearted people. The fact that properties here also offer excellent value for money with great returns on rentals is just a bonus.
Antigua may be only 108 square miles but its diverse topography equates to an abundance of activities and hidden gems to explore. Tropical rainforest, hiking trails, historic fortresses and hundreds of deserted beaches – including a number of regular ‘world’s best beach’ contenders – are yours for the taking.
From water-sports to golf, luxurious spas to boutique shopping, and laidback local hangouts to fine dining, Antigua’s easygoing lifestyle attracts home buyers as varied as our property listings. Year-round trade winds have made the island a hub for sailing, epitomised in the annual Antigua Sailing Week which has lured enthusiasts for more than five decades.
Cricket is not just a game here; it’s practically a religion. Antigua is home to some of the sport’s most famous personalities like Sir Vivian Richards. Each July, the tempo turns up a notch with high-energy Carnival festivities including live shows, cultural displays and colourful parades.
Our crystal clear waters teem with wildlife like dolphins, rays and endangered sea turtles. Take a drive into the countryside and you might find yourself sharing the road with the odd wild donkey. Fresh fruit stalls bursting with mangoes, watermelons and passionfruit line the streets. The mesmerising sister island of Barbuda with its pink sand beaches is just a boat ride away.
Options for your new home include elegant hillside sanctuaries with jaw-dropping sea views, villas set directly on the water with their own private dock, or exquisitely appointed condos in a first-class resort setting.
There’s the west coast which fringes the turquoise water and white-sand beaches of the Caribbean Sea. The upmarket north is known for its five-star resorts and fine dining. In the lively south, the action centres around the sailing community of English Harbour with its vibrant nightlife and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nelson’s Dockyard, while the quiet east coast with its rugged Atlantic Ocean beaches is ideal for those looking for seclusion and solitude.
Many properties also entitle buyers to apply for an Antigua and Barbuda passport which offers a range of travel and tax advantages.
Antigua’s authentic Caribbean charm sets it firmly apart, without sacrificing any of life’s modern conveniences. Newcomers are warmly welcomed in our sun-soaked twin island nation – and they soon become like family.