Expert Travel Reviews

Every Vacation Should Include a Rental Car

September 17, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

By Monte Carlo Rent A Car, LLC

No matter where you plan on taking your next vacation, it should go without saying that you have some planning to do, even if you’ve already been there before. It’s not just about all the packing you have to do. You also need to think about what you’ll do once you get there. Otherwise, you’ll be leaving your vacation destination with a heavy heart because you weren’t able to enjoy your trip and now can’t wait until you get more time off so you can do it right.

MonteCar4This is especially true if you’re going somewhere exotic like Amman, Jordan and have so many options for what you could do. It’s why short term leasing car in Amman, Jordan is more popular than ever. Those who are really passionate about the area may want to consider a long term car rental in Amman, Jordan. In either case, the reason is that when you have your own car at your disposal, you can go wherever you want whenever you want and not worry that you’re missing out because you’re waiting on someone else to come get you.

So plan ahead for your big trip to Amman and be sure that there is a car waiting for you when you land.

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For a car with driver in Amman, Jordan you should really only trust Monte Carlo Rent a Car, LLC. You’ll get an amazing car at a great price and won’t have any trouble seeing everything that Abu Dhabi has to offer.

How Property Owners Can Best Prepare for Grand Cayman’s Impending Growth

September 12, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Summary: Learn how to best prepare yourself for the impending growth that Grand Cayman is set to experience.

Grand Cayman is in the midst of some serious expansion efforts. What began as new developments on Seven Mile Island has grown into an airport expansion, with multiple multi-million dollar projects planned. Some of these will be completed as soon as 2018, so home owners who take advantage of property management in Cayman Islands are in a unique position to grow along with the island.

Tourism Fuels Rentals

Tourism, especially as related to the diving and cruise ship industries, is picking up. As the government shifts its focus toward environmental concerns to preserve the natural beauty of the island, the city has followed with green initiatives aimed at consuming less water and power. In many ways, Grand Cayman is fast becoming a futuristic city run on clean energy.

It’s no secret that any rental income earned on the island is tax free. You’ll have to pay a stamp duty at the time of the sale, and again if your rental is long term, but your savings is substantial over time. Residential management merely helps you keep the property livable, while helping to market your property for new tenants.

Tourists are attracted this place, which offers a blending of island life with modern convenience. Rather than hotels, which are already struggling to accommodate the influx of visitors, these visitors are finding great values in Cayman Islands property leasing for shorter terms. If a visitor can stay for two weeks to a month, it makes more sense to stay in a place more reminiscent of home.


 

Bio: REM Services offers Grand Cayman industrial leasing and residential property management to property owners in Grand Cayman.

Find Your New Home in Virginia

September 7, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

By The Steele Group

If you’ve never been to Virginia, you probably aren’t very familiar with the state. Like a lot of people, your perception may involve little more than mountains and lots and lots of forests. Maybe you think of the Atlantic Ocean, its proximity to Washington, D.C. or all the history that has to do with the earliest days of our nation.

The SteelegroupSIR1Whatever the case, it’s worth checking out for yourself. Maybe you’ve already considered this because you know how popular Henrico county real estate has become in this country. Not only are homeowners here extremely happy here, but they also know that their real estate value goes up by the year.

The right Virginia realtor will help you find the best possible place for you and your family, no matter what line of work you’re in. Whatever the case, you can do plenty of research in the meantime too. It’s easy to research the various counties you may want to call home someday because there is simply no lack of resources out there waiting for you. Just be sure to hurry because Virginia is already seeing more and more residents every single month, so you’ll want to make sure you have the best possible choice of places.

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If you’re looking for a new home, you can’t go wrong with considering real estate in Henrico county, VA. For over a decade, Henrico county homes have been seeing more and more happy families. When you’re ready to consider this fantastic area, let the Steele Group know.

Three Historical Detours to Take When Visiting New York City

September 2, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

By Phin Upham

The city of New York has been built over several times in its lifetime. Advances in architecture, industry and finance have shaped the growth of the city over the years. Especially with regards to architecture. New York famously hosted a race to see who could build the world’s tallest building, which inspired innovation and boosted employment all throughout the 1920s. If you happen to find yourself in the Big Apple, here are some detours you should consider taking.

Take a Tour of Trade Routes

During the early days of New York’s history, it was inhabited by Natives belonging to the Lenape tribe. There were several groups in the area, and this led to a thriving fur trade that ran up and down the various straits and rivers in the area. Lafayette Street, Park Row and St. Nicholas Avenue were all once trade routes used by these Natives, and later by the Dutch.

Eerie Canal

The Eerie canal was, at one point, a major linchpin in the distribution efforts of East coast businesses. This thriving trade route fell out of favor when it failed to keep up with the expanding size of commercial barges. It’s still used for tourism purposes, and history buffs frequently refer to the passenger lists of yesteryear to track down relatives that passed through the city during their immigration to other parts of the country.

New York’s Tallest Buildings

Be sure to visit the Chrysler and Empire State buildings, not just to say you’ve been there. These sites were both in fierce competition to become the world’s tallest. Chrysler beat out the Woolworth building, after the building owner unveiled his secret weapon: a spiked metal tip for his building.


About the Author: Phin Upham is an investor at a family office/ hedgefund, where he focuses on special situation illiquid investing. Before this position, Phin Upham was working at Morgan Stanley in the Media and Telecom group. You may contact Phin on his Phin Upham website or Facebook page.