Cayman Real Estate Blog

The Cayman Islands Government recently rejected calls from the Legislative Assembly Opposition for a cruise ship pier referendum following intense debate on the subject. This adds yet another chapter in the long cruise ship berthing station project.

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The actor Eva Amurrionce said that “a good teacher who can take the zero pay and help kids develop physically, emotionally, socially, is literally an angel”.

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Get your ski boots and puffy coats ready Cayman! Cayman Airways has announced recently that a new route deal directly between Denver and the Cayman Islands has been inked and this paves the way for easier access to Colorado and the western United States en mass.

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There’s been some tumult recently at the Cayman Islands Port Authority and problems seem to plague the workplace.

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If you’re an invasive green iguana spending your days sunning yourself in the white sands of the Cayman Islands you are likely shaking in your little jade-coloured boots right about now.

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Things are getting tight down at the Cayman Islands Courthouse and space is limited. Recently there weren’t even enough spaces to try a day’s caseload.

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When the beloved Hemingway’s Restaurant recently closed its doors after years of service on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman, one could reasonably take this as the final nail in the coffin of the Beach Suites property. Not so fast…

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Any change, redevelopment or alteration to South Sound’s beloved Smith Cove is sure to draw some fervent reactions.

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If you’ve ever wanted to own your own home in Camana Bay you’ve likely been displeased to hear that you can only rent their residential offerings.

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Engineer, businessman and former United States Secretary of Defense Erwin Wilson once said, “The price of progress is trouble, and I must be making a lot of progress.”

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