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Many developers are getting excited about buying large tracts of land, building huge beach resorts , farming operations, housing developments,and many other projects. However, there are many complexities that stand in the way.

Firstly, all land is state owned. The Government has not announce any plans to sell. While single family homes are “private” they do not own the land underneath them.

Even if land were for sale , there is a great certainly that Miami Cuban families , with ancient deeds in hand , will come to reclaim what was confiscated from their parents and grandparents. Years of litigation can ensue ( as was the case in Eastern Europe ) and you may end up losing your entire investment.

Leasing land may be a possibility in the near future.

Facebook To Expand Into Cuba

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VentureBeat – with tensions between the United States and Cuba cooling, Facebook seems intent on eventually expanding into the island nation just a few dozen miles off the coast of Florida.

VentureCuba Launch

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On December 17, 2014, the United States and Cuba announced steps towards the normalization of diplomatic relations for the first time in almost 56 years. Within an hour of the announcement, venturecuba.com was registered as a domain.

Commerce in Cuba will develop quickly, but there are will be complex situations unlike anywhere else in the world. VentureCuba will be the platform for information,news and available opportunities. It will be a business community where entrepreneurs come together to establish deals. Though the United States , especially Miami, is poised to benefit the most, the site welcomes businesspeople from everywhere in the world.

The travel industry is already benefiting from legal ,educational trips from the US to Cuba. Travel will expand exponentially. Pictured above is Cayo Coco, only about 45 minutes by air from Miami – and almost totally undeveloped.

NEWS FLASH ……… As of tomorrow morning, January 16th, many features of the Embargo are relaxed. Miami Herald article here.   Tourism ( other than educational ) is still not permitted , general business or journalism related travel no longer requires US Treasury Department permission. Details coming as they are provided.

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