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Chris Krolow

Chief Executive Officer

Private Islands Inc

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Private Islands Inc

550 Queen St. East Suite 330

Toronto, Ontario,M5A 1V2

Canada

Company Description

Owner and operator of Private Islands Online and the Virtual Island Broker, Private Islands Inc. is the premier international firm for private island marketing and sales. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, our corporation works with experts in international rea... more.

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Privateislandsonline.com


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Why there's Never Been a Better Time to Buy a Private Island | Luxury Living International Magazine

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The CEO of leading islands firm Private Islands Inc, Chris Krolow, says that while his company has seen a huge number of price reductions in the Fall of 2008, in his experience it's been a result of sellers needing a quick sale to make up for other losses, as opposed to an actual drop in the island's value.
"In my ten years in this business, I haven't seen a better time for buyers to get some amazing deals on very desirable properties," he says. During the last months, Krolow says a main focus for his company has been simply spreading the word that his niche of luxury real estate even exists, and promoting the benefits of island purchase to both professional investors and the average client looking for a smart buy on a vacation property. "We're actually very fortunate," he says, "because unlike most sectors of real estate where there've been an excessive boom in construction over the last five years, ours is truly a finite market of maybe 800 properties up for grabs each year.


Melodykey.com Private Islands And The Environment Developing In Fragile Eco Systems - Melodykey.com

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"Islands can make you feel profoundly spiritual," says Chris Krolow, CEO of Private Islands Inc.


Relationships - REAL Success Network

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Do you want a sunrise or a sunset? “In British Columbia, for example, normal people might want an island just off the coast because it's so crowded on the mainland,” Chris Krolow, CEO of online marketplace Private Islands Inc. and host of HGTV’s “Island Hunters” show, said to Business Insider. “Most of our clients do have more money than others, but not all of them are super wealthy.
This is especially common in the Bahamas, where islands tend to be low-lying and large. Before you build, make sure you’re clear on the legal guidelines in your area and whether any part of your island is protected because of ecological concerns. Krolow, for example, owns a small heart-shaped island in Fiji that has a protected turtle sanctuary on one side. He’s decided to turn it into an ultra-private resort that can only be occupied by one couple at a time. “We’ll do everything by helicopter, and we’ll only build a villa on the opposite side of the island,” he said. Your relationship with the local population should also be a top concern. If you’re not going to be spending all of your time on the island, you might need to hire a caretaker. Krolow cites one example of an island owner in Nicaragua, where it’s common to find old colonial homes guarded by a caretaker. “This person didn’t think they needed to have one, but when they left and came back they found that people had taken everything, from the walls of the house to the picnic table out front,” he said. “You have to consider, realistically, how much time you can spend there.


It’s an incredible world out there! - Private Islands Magazine

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Chris Krolow
Publisher, Private Islands Magazine CEO, Private Islands Inc.


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"Islands can make you feel profoundly spiritual," says Chris Krolow, CEO of Private Islands Inc.


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