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295 Palmas Inn Way, Suite #10
PO Box 9086
Palmas del Mar
Humacao, PR 00792
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In 2012 Governor Luis Fortuno put into action Act 22 to promote the relocation of
Individual investors which seeks to attract new residents to Puerto Rico with
With just hours away from the mainland, great communities to choose from,
good hospitals, American speaking academies, and the other much needed
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According to U.S. News Travel the best time to visit Puerto Rico..."The best time to visit Puerto Rico is from mid-April to June, right after the busy winter season and just before the rainy summer. Spring weather is also very pleasant, barely escaping the mid-80s on most days. The island sees its best weather in winter — which is partly why this is the most crowded and expensive time to visit — but with careful planning you might uncover a pretty good discount during those months as well. You could also plan an enjoyable and affordable trip for the fall, when hotels can be as cheap as $80 a night
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