ok i don’t want to sound racist here which believe me i am not

 Q: I have been to Jamaica 2 times now and I am going the 3rd time in may. I just love it there. My husband and I want to move there in 3 to 5 yrs. I was wondering does that pleasantness stay when we move there. We are white. I want to live there so badly I love it there. People are kinder and I can’t express how they were enough. Let’s just say unlike here in the US. Please help my mind also how can I find a good realtor there?

A: Yes the kindness will remain, majority of the people who come to Jamaica love it and it is good to know that you enjoy yourself and is thinking of re-locating here. However, I will have to do research on the realtor to help you find the right place to live.

Just make sure that you choose the right location to move to if you decide to do it. Are you looking to retire there, if I may ask?

Hope things work out for you.

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Feb 28, 2012 COMMENT ON MY QUESTION 
by: Anonymous thank you for the comment I feel so loved there every time we go on and off the resort and I am moving there because I just really can not stand the U.S. haven’t for quite some time. I was in the army and things have changed (not for the good ) since I was in over 20 yrs ago I just am tired of all the people trying to keep up with the Jones. I love to help people out and I love the culture there in Jamaica again thank you so much for your input
Kim

Feb 28, 2012 Relocation to Jamaica
by: Anonymous There are a lot of factors you need to consider to decide if your relocation to Jamaica would be pleasant. Will the people remain friendly, I believe so because genuinely it is a different culture than the US (I’m American as well). Things you really have to consider though is like the admin asked: what is the purpose of the relocation, retirement etc. and of course which part of Jamaica you will move to. Just like here in the US. When ppl move here we look at how they will adapt to and contribute to our society (hence the extreme immigration laws). So when you move there ppl will look at the same for you. You will have to adapt to their lifestyle and culture. I believe that if you show that you have an APPRECIATION for the ppl, their way of life and customs then you would be fine. Also you know the country is not as privileged as America so it would be an honorable thing to contribute to organizations, schools, etc as you can. Good luck!

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