Scotiadero real estate executive Mark Dannett is set to launch a new real-estate listing service for Belizeans.
He is launching the company, Scotiagreen, with a focus on the Caribbean, which has an estimated population of about 2.3 million.
Dannett said Scotiaricreen will be based in the Belize City of San Juan.
He said it will provide listings in the cities of Belize, Panama City, Tampico and San Salvador, and will offer the ability to filter listings by size, availability and the location of the properties.
“This will allow our Belizean partners to find the most desirable properties to sell in their market,” he said in a statement.
“It will be our goal to have a comprehensive list of listings available within 24 hours of a listing being placed.”
Scotiagreens service will also include a variety of features, including a search tool that will help users find properties they want to purchase, and the ability for the buyer to buy a property from Scotiagarreen’s agents through a phone call.
“I believe this will allow people to make more informed decisions,” Dannette said.
“With the speed and ease of this service, we hope to offer people more opportunities to buy Belize properties and to make Belize an even more attractive destination for buyers.”
In Belize and Panama, the two Caribbean countries with the most Belize-based real estate companies, real estate prices are among the highest in the world, according to a 2015 study by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.