Cayman Real Estate Blog

The European Union has decided recently to postpone a key decision on the issuing of passports that directly affects the Cayman Islands.

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A country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP, moving forward) is defined as the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country’s borders in a specific period of time (usually defined yearly).

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British overseas territories minister James Duddridge was an ardent supporter of the United Kingdom’s bid to leave the European Union earlier this year.

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The Cayman Island’s official government stat-trackers have reported that Caymanians and the island’s expatriate residents consumed +/- CI$1,697 million dollars worth of goods and services in 2015.

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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.

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Grand Cayman-Based developer DART has recently acquired several properties on the sister island of Little Cayman.

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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.

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There have been some important recent developments as plans have been formally submitted for the 18-hole Arnold Palmer-backed golf course in the East End area of Grand Cayman.

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Whether you are aware of it or not, there are caves in the sister island of Cayman Brac.

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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.

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