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Saba is Strong – Albert & Michael – Saba Island Properties

Where Are We Going Now? - Albert & Michael - Saba Island Properties


Creating positive change

Saba is like the beautiful bougainvillea plant – pouring forth profuse blossoms during some of the driest times of the island. Thriving. Abundant. Extraordinary, vivid colors. Symbolic of peace and celebration and the welcoming of visitors.

It shows us that there are opportunities for growth even with the Pandemic. People just need to look and take action and that means – doing the work to create change, during this stressful time. It means being creative. Not sitting still. Not waiting to be given instructions.
Not complaining. Not pinning your own back to the wall. It’s the opposite of being agitated and atomized.

It’s aiming for something better than what we have right now. That’s what many people on Saba have been doing. Regrouping. Reinventing. Resetting themselves and their businesses. Trying new things. Collaborating with others. Staying connected with clients and Saba fans so people know they are alright and moving forward in a positive way.

The services on Saba are operating well

Food and products are being delivered to our island. Restaurants are open serving and offering take out. Hotels are presenting movie nights, pool parties, happy hour events.

We do miss our tourists and that is very hard on everyone’s livelihoods. For us it has been a stoppage for rentals and sales BUT… we’re hopeful about the future and new growth!

We’re still getting several inquires about what it is like to live on Saba because people are looking to relocate. Looking for change. To leave cities and crowds and… what is more appealing than living on your own Caribbean island! And because we relocated here from New York City (10 years ago) people know we have answers and trust us to tell the truth about:

  • The cost of living on Saba
  • The cost to buy land and homes
  • The cost to build new homes
  • The cost to open a business

 

Naturally people are looking for the best price

Seeking bargains and thinking because Saba is small it will be cheap to live here or because we are in the midst of Covid-19 people are desperate to sell and can be talked down in price. It can be insulting to hear this but understandable with the world economic situation.
We’re compassionate and practical and will never sell out Saba.

Remember – the assets of Saba are incredible! The lifestyle is magnificent and unique. Unlike any other spot in the Caribbean. You can’t put a price on nature and peace and the lack of stress and what it means to be free and live in beauty every day.

The virus is not a flu and no hoax

We’re all being serious about that even as we are eager to open our borders.

Saba is safe and that is a huge asset for our island. A confidence builder and attraction for the near future when we are able to reopen and welcome people back.

 

Think of a Sababbatical as

A ‘soul-bbatical’ or ‘wellness-bbatical’ or ‘heart-bbatical’ where you take extended time off from routine work, maybe to work remotely or quit a job that you just can’t stand any more because you’re overwhelmed, burned out and it’s time to reconnect with what matters most to you in life. Building a new path out of an old rut. Living elsewhere; experiencing a new and different culture and climate for new reasons. A new adventure in your life. ‘Adventure-bbatical’

Like many other people on Saba we’re optimistic and looking for good things to happen. Not being lazy or angry but proactive in holding on, maintaining homes and businesses and friendly attitudes, as best as we can because it matters! It’s Sabatude.

These are long and difficult times all around the earth and Saba is bringing together our hearts and work.
Maintaining our culture of decency and hospitality and the essential desire
to listen and support one another.

♦  ♦

Albert & Michael Saba Island Properties

Albert & Michael - Saba Island Properties

Creating a Caribbean Lifestyle for a week or… a lifetime
Saba (+599) 416 – 2777
Emails:  Albert@sabaislandproperties.com  or  Michael@sabaislandproperties.com

Read About Our Work on Saba

 

Michael Feeley

Michael Feeley

Michael Feeley, Life Coach:
www.michaelfeeleylifecoach.com

Why Saba?

After living and working in New York City for 40+ years I leaped right out of the rat race of corporate America; leaving behind the relentless stress and competition that was wasting me; to rediscover what really matters to me in life.

We went looking for a new home all over the world - the Azores, the Maldives, France, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Malta, the Caribbean and by pure luck, found Saba.

Saba gives me peace, joy, freedom and a community where I feel I belong. People are respected here; living free and open, in the heart of deep nature and incredible beauty. It's a remarkable change.

The work we do enables us to care about other people. Helping them find a new home with practical empathy for their needs and dreams. It's an emotional investment. To listen. To understand. It's work that matters to us. Work we're proud of.

Maybe you have similar yearnings for change. Wanting a better way to live.
A place where you feel at home, with yourself and with the world.

You might just be looking for a new spot to vacation. Unique. Unknown. Crowd-less. Safe. Friendly.... Hello Saba.

Or... you're already hooked on Saba and keep coming back year after year because you love it! Booking your favorite hotel and room or renting a Saba cottage or villa.

Or... Saba's lifestyle makes you dream of a bigger change. A more personal connection to this exclusive, wonder of an island. Something lasting. Just yours and investing in a home is fixed in your mind and heart.

Feel free to email me and let's find out exactly what you want and see --
Is the Caribbean island of Saba right for you? Let's make those thoughts and wishes a reality and then... they won't be thoughts and wishes anymore.

I look forward to saying to you one day --'Welcome home!
Be it for a week or... a lifetime.
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*And yes, it's true. I was a professional actor, singer, model (actually working) in New York City and noted theatres throughout the United States: The Actors Playhouse, The Kennedy Center, Syracuse Stage, Elitch Gardens, Ogunquit Playhouse -- working with John Raitt, Howard Keel, Allan Jones, Howard Da Silva, Tovah Feldshuh, Ford Models.
(I even sang for President Jimmy Carter).

I transitioned from acting (because I wanted to) into the travel industry and later, working as a headhunter for over 20 years in NYC with: The Marriott Corporation, Jones Dairy Farm, Cotton Incorporated, The New York Post, Spike Lee DDB, MetLife, Sullivan & Cromwell, Reliance National Insurance, Black Rock Financial, Parachute Publishing, Burberry, Asprey Jewelry,
The Hunger Project, Macklowe Real Estate.

I'm also a certified Life - Career - Change Coach; working with all kinds of people around the globe: creatives - human resources professionals - executives - artists - musicians - gardeners - college deans and teachers - doctors - hotel owners - computer wizards - other coaches... helping them create the change they want in their work and lives; to do better, to be happier and even discover what they really want to do with their lives.

Please take a look at my Coaching website and see how I can be useful to you:
www.michaelfeeleylifecoach.com

My favorite quote is by poet Mary Oliver because it truly says what I want to know about you in such an unforgettable way:

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"

I'm also proud to have my writings about real estate and coaching published at: Thrive Global - The Huffington Post - Maria Shriver - Michael Port - The Fordyce Letter - LinkedIn - and others.

You can email me: Michael@sabaislandproperties.com

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