Puerto Rico is part of the United States. Though it is not a U.S. state, it is a Commonwealth of the United States, and Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens. More »

Any U.S. citizen can legally purchase a home in Puerto Rico, according to Extra Realty. In fact, because Puerto Rico is a U.S. commonwealth, the process of buying a home in Puerto Rico is not much different than buying o... More »

Puerto Rico is an island located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Situated east of the Dominican Republic, it lies about 1,000 miles southeast of Miami, Fla. It is part of the Greater Antilles, a group o... More »

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Puerto Rico is an island located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Situated east of the Dominican Republic, it lies about 1,000 miles southeast of Miami, Fla. It is part of the Greater Antilles, a group o... More »

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Puerto Rico, one of only two U.S. Commonwealths, maintains its government as a Republic, as do all 50 states in the United States. Puerto Rico has been recognized as a commonwealth since July 25, 1952. Though many resolu... More »

Puerto Rico covers a total area of about 5,320 square miles, making it a little smaller than triple the area of Rhode Island, and close to 80 percent the total area of Jamaica. Puerto Rico has a width of about 110 miles,... More »

To contact Banco Popular in Puerto Rico, call 1-888-724-3655 from the United States or the Virgin Islands. When calling from Puerto Rico, call 787-724-3655. To contact the bank over the Internet, visit Banco Popular's we... More »

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