Dominica Home Caribbean Dominica Regional Statistics Gross Rental Yield in Dominica More DM × Dominica Regional Statistics Buy/Sell Costs Landlord & Tenant Law GDP Per Capita GDP/Cap Growth 1 yr GDP/Cap Growth 5 yrs Economic Freedom Ec. Freedom 5 yrs Property Rights Index Currency +/- Value Taxes on Residents Financial Overview Overview Market in Depth Rental Yields Income Tax et al Tax Example Taxes if Resident Buying Guide Landlord and Tenant Property Inheritance Country Statistics Property Investments Key Contacts Accountants Lawyers Real Estate Agents Rental Yields in Dominica compared to Caribbean Footnote | Export Sort: Alphabetically | Ascending Rank | Descending Rank Click name of country for detailed information Jamaica 9.75% Bahamas 8.16% Aruba 7.32% Cayman Is. 7.25% Puerto Rico 7.12% Trinidad & T. 6.88% Barbados 5.48% Martinique 5.12% Guadeloupe 4.94% St Martin 4.90% St Kitts and Nevis 4.90% Bermuda 4.76% St Lucia 3.57% BVI 2.85% Dominica: Gross rental yields (%). The gross annual rental income, expressed as a percentage of property purchase price. This is what a landlord can expect as return on his investment before taxes, maintenance fees and other costs. The properties are 120-sq. m. apartments located in premier city centres. (See our list of premier cities) The gross rental returns (or rental yields) figures published by the Global Property Guide are based on the Global Property Guides own proprietary in-house research. Only resale apartments and houses are researched. Yields for newly-built properties are not included. Buyers should expect the rental yields of new properties to be lower than the gross rental yields published by the Global Property Guide. Properties will be in excellent condition, with good facilities, and have been refurbished or redecorated within the last five years. When was this data collected? Click on individual countries to see the data collection date. Source: Global Property Guide Research Dominica does not publish official house price statistics. General economics statistics are from the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.