The last three decades have witnessed steady progress for Grenada economically and politically.
Grenada has recently exploded onto the scene as a premier Caribbean destination, and features a property market advantageous to buyers. The country remains in the upswing of recovery from its difficulties in the 2000s, with the global economic downturn and abundance of property meaning that prices are still depressed.
Grenada is above all a dynamic market, often depending on the economic fortunes of its visitors and investors. The exciting part of this is that the island is becoming increasingly attractive to both of these groups.
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