ST KITTS AND NEVIS CITIZENSHIP VIA
ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT OPTION
On this page: Learn how you can acquire Citizenship by Investment in St Kitts & Nevis by investing in a Social Housing development.
NTL Trust is a leading Citizenship by Investment consultancy with true Caribbean origins, established in St Kitts and Nevis in 1994.
It is one of the first CIU authorized persons to offer the new “Alternative Investment Option” or AIO for short.
For this, we have joined forces with “Middle Income Homes”: one of the first two authorized Alternative Investment projects. “Middle Income Homes” is headed up by reputable developer Deon Daniels who has a track record of more than 20 years and many successful, completed developments.
Why Choose the Alternative Investment Option?
The AlO is fast becoming the preferred investment route for creative entrepreneurs and businesspeople.
As an alternative to giving money to the government fund, you can personally select worthy public interest projects with social benefits.
Your investment directly contributes to building long term infrastructure, technology transfer, and improving resilience of the economy of your adopted homeland.
Alternative Investment Option: Key Facts
Minimum investment: US$ 175,000 - $200,000 (depending on project type)
Project type: Public-Private Partnership
Co-financing available: Yes
The “Middle Income Housing” Opportunity
“Middle Income Housing” is one of the first two projects approved under the Alternative Investment Option in late 2021. It is the brainchild of Mr Deon Daniel, a mover and shaker in the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis with a successful track record dating back to the 1990s.
In St Kitts there is a shortage of good quality housing for locals, especially young families with working parents who are setting up house for the first time. Housing stock is limited and it is notoriously difficult to obtain a bank mortgage in St Kitts and Nevis.
This new project offers 180 single family homes delivered over seven years. These beautifully appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom turnkey units are being constructed on prime land in various rural communities in St. Kitts. They are being supplied fully furnished and are accessible with no money down: on subsidized mortgage, rent-to-own, and traditional rental plans.
Each cozy home maximizes space, fits perfectly into our tropical landscape and is designed to suit Caribbean contemporary tastes, as well as offering tranquil and safe surroundings. Each phase of the project includes communal spaces like grill and kitchen areas, gazebo and a kids’ playground, plus a small mini-mart for shopping.
Phase One is already underway and the developers are accepting applications to participate in Phase Two.
There are various investment options depending on your budget.
It’s important to understand this is a public-private partnership and your main return on investment will be the citizenship. This should not be seen as an investment opportunity in the traditional sense. Investments are only available to suitably qualified and sophisticated investors. This is not an offer to invest in securities and is void where prohibited by law. Specific proposals can be sent after you initiate contact and we understand your situation. We look forward to talking to you.
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More about the St Kitts-Nevis
Alternative Investment CBI Option
The Alternative Investment Option (AIO) is the newest form of investment under the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP), launched in 2021. Up until 2021, the Citizenship by Investment Programme focused exclusively on developing high end tourism infrastructure such as luxury hotels. The aim of the AIO is to channel foreign investment from CIP into qualifying infrastructure and social projects.
The AIO is a new, third form of authorized investment under the Citizenship by Investment Programme. It will provide the Government with the means of achieving its capital investment goals without having to endure the drawbacks associated with the use of its existing limited resources or from taking additional debt.
Projects approved under the AIO are public-private partnerships. Potential projects can be brought forward by private individuals with access to. The asset when completed and operated for a reasonable period of time (that allows for a reasonable return on investment) must be turned over to the Government in a well-maintained condition consistent with prudent ownership.
The Government will endeavor to ensure that to the extent practicable, approved projects will not only maximize local employment but also embark upon programs including transfer of technology and capacity building.