Aruba Houses Real Estate Condos & Villas For Sale Announced

The Aruba Palms Realtors agency expanded the range of houses, villas and real estate it has available for those who want a dream home to retire, relocate or regularly getaway in the welcoming, sunny island of Aruba.

Noord, Aruba - October 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The popular real estate agency Aruba Palms Realtors has expanded the exclusive range of homes, villas, apartments and condos it has available for sale at highly affordable prices in the sunny Caribbean island of Aruba.

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The Aruba Palms Realtors is the famous and trusted real estate agency that most families, tourists and investors turn to for the dream homes, real estate deals or vacation rentals they need to retire, relocate, invest or getaway in the welcoming, sunny island of Aruba.

The agency recently featured on House Hunters International as the ‘go-to’ realtors in Aruba has expanded the exclusive range of residential real estate it has available for sale all across the island to suit a myriad of budgets and lifestyles.

Its unique range of real estate features beach, town and countryside homes ideal for anyone who wants to live or regularly visit Aruba and enjoy the friendly people, calm, beautiful atmosphere, booming nightlife, fun watersports and sunny weather that the safest island in the Caribbean has to offer.

The new listings include a variety of houses, ocean view condos in gated golf communities, country villas surrounded by nature and luxury townhomes with pools, gyms, poolside bars, landscaped gardens, spas, large garages and elegant interiors finished to a high standard.

All its real estate sevices are delivered by industry veteran Jan Falcone and a seasoned team of agents known for a level of personalized attention that ensures each and every client sees their wishes met and gets the home they’ve envisioned at a price they can afford.

The Aruba Palms Realtors team explains that “for anything from the perfect Aruba beach house to a large piece of land, Jan is the most sought after resource in the island. She has the largest selection of properties to buy in Aruba and offers a level of personalized attention to all our clients’ wishes that is tuff to match.”

Consultations with the Aruba Palms Realtors and Jan Falcone can be requested at +1 877 586-8962 or through the website link provided above along with access to the full range of residential real estate it has for sale at highly affordable prices and further details on life in Aruba.

Contact Info:
Name: Jan Falcone
Email: Send Email
Organization: Aruba Palms Realtors
Address: L.G. Smith Boulevard, Noord, Malmok 777777, Aruba
Phone: +1-877-586-8962

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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249151

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