Annalisa is a Sales and Rental Agent at Terra Caribbean, specializing in helping clients find and sell properties in Barbados. Annalisa began working for Terra in October 2012 as a Project Sales Agent, and has expanded her real estate knowledge and expertise to help a broader range of clients with their property needs. Annalisa came to Terra Caribbean after spending six years working for real estate firm, Barbados Living. Her friendly nature and strong communication skills ensure her clients receive unprecedented levels of service. She possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the City University of New York, as well as Real Estate Diplomas from both Barbados and New York colleges.
Terra Caribbean is rock solid, with over the top customer service. Annalisa is responsive, pro-active, professional, and precise. She was able to meet tight timelines, narrow down the options to exactly what I was looking for, and did it in a flash. She worked hard to ensure the entire process was seamless from beginning to end. I would recommend Terra Caribbean to anyone looking at property in Barbados. If you want it done right, call Terra and speak with Annalisa. - Garry O'Connor, Canada
Annalisa Sealy-Graham is a fantastic real estate agent! From getting to know our preferences, to arranging multiple property viewings and providing regular status updates she was the consummate professional, characterized by a quite competence, can-do attitude and graceful spirit. We have already recommended her to several of our friends, family and colleagues, confident in the knowledge that they will be well served by Anna! - Dawn & Gregory Blackman, Cane Hill Terrace, St. Thomas
Working with Annalisa was the best experience I've had dealing with a real estate agent. Her expert knowledge about the vacation property market in Barbados is second to none, and I don¹t think there¹s a better agent in the country. She gave me great advice, and was never pushy. She is extremely charming and patient, and invested all the time required for me to be sure I was comfortable with my final purchase decision. I would recommend her without hesitation to anyone thinking of buying a vacation property on the island. - Ray Clarke, Managing Director, Corporate Banking Global Mining
Carolyn and Tyler like many others decided to accept the invitation of our Prime Minister Mia Mottley. They moved to Barbados on our Welcome Stamp visa for 1 year. When I asked them why they chose Barbados they said, “Barbados chose us!” They both grew up in Seattle and then moved to Arizona and Las Vegas before moving to Barbados. In speaking with them I was intrigued by how much they had learned about Barbados and the degree to which they had already embraced our culture. I decided to ask them a few questions about their experiences in Barbados and especially how they adapted during our ‘Pause’.
On March 28th 2020 we were all given the mandate to stay at home. Many businesses closed their physical doors and opened for business virtually.
We have all experienced a very interesting period of our existence over the last few months, where we were all required to take residence in our homes for our own protection. As the airlines canceled flights and borders began to close many visitors made a last-minute attempt to cancel their vacation plans to be safe in their own countries of residence. However, a few choose to ride out the lockdown period here with us in Barbados!
The Parish of St. Philip or "St. Farlip" as it is affectionately known is the largest and most easterly parish in Barbados. Its main hub is known as Six Roads. This unique hub received its name because six roads extend from the roundabout, making it an easy connection point to Christ Church, St. George and St. John. Six Roads is a hive of activity offering many amenities such as restaurants, a gas station, a school, Emerald City shopping complex which includes a large supermarket, bank, credit union, post office and a few retail stores.
Every year, we clean our homes from top to bottom, change curtains and purchase new appliances and furniture, so how can we use these Christmas preparations or our Bajan ‘spring cleaning’ as a way of maintaining our homes yearly?
You have found your dream home or plot of land and have advised your agent of the amount you wish to offer. What happens next...?