The government’s list of the most luxurious villas will only be available once the country’s real estate market returns to normal, the countrys government announced on Wednesday.
The government’s List of the Most Luxurious Villas (LGM) lists villas owned by the Government of Jamaica (GJ) and owned by individuals, which it says includes some of the country s largest and most luxurious properties.
It also includes the properties owned by individual companies and a number of non-profit trusts and charitable trusts.
The LGM, however, does not list all the properties, and many of the properties are not listed on the list, according to the GJ.
The list includes all the luxury properties listed on GJ ‘s list, but only the villas that are listed on LGM are on the official list.
“This is an effort to give the citizens of Jamaica the ability to view the real estate properties that are owned by GJ, to determine if the properties listed in LGM can be sold to make room for new developments,” the government said in a statement.
It added that the LGM list will be updated daily, so the public can verify if the listing on the LGP is correct.GJ said the public will also be able to access the list via an online portal, which will be maintained by the National Land Survey and Management Office (NLSMO).
“The LG list is only one piece of the picture.
The public can access information on the property through the LGMO portal, and will be able explore additional information through the public access portal, such as the ownership of properties, when they were built and when they are now vacant,” the statement said.
A spokesperson for the Gajangamao Association of Real Estate Agents (GARIA) said the government had not given any notice to them of the update.
“The Gajanamao association is currently working on a process for listing the properties on the Gij, and is waiting to receive the LG list,” said the spokesperson, who declined to be named.
“We have to wait for the LG to be updated and for the public to get the information.”
A spokesperson from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) told News24 that the association is waiting for the government to provide an update on the status of the LGG.”NAHB has asked the government for information on all the buildings on the market and for their status, which is still incomplete,” said NHB secretary-general Anwar Tawfiq.
The National Association for Private Housing Development (NAPH) told news24 that it has been following the LG process for a few weeks, but has not received any official response.
“We haven’t received any notification about the listing of any properties, including the villa, so it is unclear what will happen to the villase.
NAPH has not been able to check its status,” the spokesperson said.