Housing sales slowed in the Bahamas after the 2008 financial crisis. By 2013, however, the market began to rebound, said John Christie, the managing broker of H.G. Christie, a local affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. “Since then, it’s been up and down, but it’s slowly getting better and better,” Mr. Christie said. Buyers who took to the sidelines before the presidential election in the United States have since returned, he and other agents said.
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