#cayman island real estate
Welcome to the home page of Cayman Islands Real Estate Online. the web based marketing arm of Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Broker / Owner James Butterworth and team colleague Quatro Hatch. Quatro and James have worked together for several years and each bring very different qualities in collaboration. Quatro, a Caymanian citizen born in the USA, moved to Cayman in 1956 and therefore has a huge depth of local knowledge critical not only to visitors but also fellow Caymanians, when making important real estate decisions.
James has been in the Real Estate industry in the Cayman Islands for a number of years after a successful and diverse career in the UK and other parts of the world. He has just been appointed to the board of CIREBA. An accountant by profession, he brings an analytical approach to the business of Real Estate. With experience in Sales and Marketing and the Financial Service industry he offers a professional approach augmented by an extremely high level of personal service, local knowledge and a keen commitment to ensure total client satisfaction. James has also developed considerable commercial expertise having been involved in several high value transactions and continues to develop his knowledge trough ongoing relationships with building owners through property management.
Through the Multi Listing Service provided by the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association (C.I.R.E.B.A.) Quatro and James are able to research and access the entire inventory for sale throughout the three islands that comprise Cayman. The listings on this website are a small representation of what is available, should you not find what you are looking for immediately please contact James or Quatro directly.
2012 Winter Season Market Report
That’s pretty much what has happened. YTD supply is down 5% and sales prices are about even. Overall sales volume is down about 7.5% both in terms of # sold and total value but these figures were compiled with 2 months to go in the year. In addition both the number and value of pending sales YTD are up about 50%! So we estimate the year-end figures will be close to last years and we will likely see an improvement in 2013 first quarter results over 2012. Read more here.