British overseas territories minister James Duddridge was an ardent supporter of the United Kingdom’s bid to leave the European Union earlier this year.
Several hundred excited people recently queued-up outside the Craft Bar and Restaurant on West Bay Rod in Grand Cayman to begin the interview process for unfilled jobs at the new and highly anticipated Kimpton Seafire Resort.
The United States has recently started opening up Cuba to U.S. tourists following the bridging of relations between the two close-proximity former rival nations.
Whether you are aware of it or not, there are caves in the sister island of Cayman Brac.
The demolition workers have been very busy recently working at the former location of the Spanish Bay Reef Resort site in the West Bay district of the Cayman Islands.
Very recently a decision in the Cayman Island Grand Court has cast doubt over the government’s Central Planning Authority and its ability to effectively deal with large real estate development proposals that are submitted exceeding seven stories on the coveted lands along Seven Mile Beach.
The recent leak of over 11 million documents belonging to a law firm in Panama, though not directly referencing the Cayman Islands, will surely cast extra light on our tiny island nation.
The Cayman Islands are one of the Caribbean's crown jewels. These three picturesque atolls jut up out of the western Caribbean Sea to form a beach tourist's dream.
Aside from the many opportunities available in our robust real estate market, there are other options when considering investing in the Cayman Islands.
Development is running rampant in the Cayman Islands as private developers and government alike continue to work towards improving our properties, businesses and overall civic infrastructure.
It has been confirmed this month that the DART Corporation based here in the Cayman Islands has purchased the site and existing structure of the old Hyatt resort located in the 7 Mile Corridor.
Real Estate is booming in the Cayman Islands and a review of the market lends support to this assertion.
Jeanette Totten, a seasoned Luxury Real Estate Broker/Owner was re-elected as the First Woman President of the Cayman Islands Real Estate Association.