- Eye Opening
- Well Structured
After more than 50 years of transacting covertly, Cubans now have the right to buy and sell property openly and legitimately. Prior to the passage of legislation in 2011, Cubans’ homes served strictly as shelters, not assets. The new law expands human rights, normalizes property rules, and gives Cuban citizens the potential to amass personal wealth and gain better housing. getAbstract recommends this on-the-ground recounting of the birth of a “new and unusual real estate market” for its insights into Cuba’s road to economic reform.
About the Author
Philip Peters is president of the Cuba Research Center, a nonprofit based in Virginia.