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Buyer Representation

Barbara’s local and international expertise serves her clients with immediate, insightful market intelligence that is global in scope. From helping clients determine the perfect neighborhood to live, retire or start a business to analyzing local pricing and resale trends in preferred locations, Barbara conquers the complexity of buying a property in a foreign country. She is a trusted guide throughout your entire Roatan real estate journey.

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Seller Representation

Barbara’s marketing efforts will present your listing in front of a curated audience with personal knowledge of your property’s features. From open houses to social events and good-old-fashioned word of mouth, Barbara can transform your Roatan property sale into a profitable outcome.

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Barbara’s Blog

13 Reasons Why West Bay is Amazing

Realistically, there are countless reasons to love West Bay Roatan, so we won’t pretend that this list of things to love is comprehensive! But we also realize that many of you have visited our beautiful island home and already fallen in love. We’re talking head-over-heels, counting-down-the-days kind of love. And we know the feeling! West … Read More about 13 Reasons Why West Bay is Amazing

About Roatan Island

Curious about the beautiful island of Roatan, Honduras? Here are 25 facts about what our island has to offer! Coxen Hole and French Harbour are the main commercial townships of Roatan. Both towns have grocery stores, banks and a variety of local stores, which cater to all your general needs. The ports of entry are … Read More about About Roatan Island

History of Roatan Island

Interested in the history of Roatan Island? The Bay Island’s rich cultural diversity stems from the variety of peoples who have inhabited them over the ages. Today’s inhabitants are the descendants of native Indians, Africans, and Europeans -including pirates-, and mainland Hondurans, accompanied by an ever-growing expatriate community. The Islands original inhabitants were Paya Indians. … Read More about History of Roatan Island