Discover the Cayman Islands.

Welcome to the Cayman Islands, a British overseas territory nestled in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. This idyllic paradise spans over 260 square kilometres and boasts three distinct islands: Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac.


Each of the three Cayman Islands is underpinned by its own unique charm, from the barefoot elegance of Grand Cayman to the adventurous spirit of Cayman Brac and the tranquil beauty of Little Cayman. All immersed in pristine waters and coral reefs you’ll be spoilt for choice when exploring the exciting landscape of Cayman Islands real estate. Direct flights also run regularly from North America’s major hubs, as well as the UK and Canada.

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Home to a tropical marine climate with warm summers from May to October with temperatures between 78-90F (25- 35C) and cooler, dry winters from November to April with temperatures between 73-85F (22-29C). The Cayman Islands’ climate is hard to beat.

Life in Cayman

From the laid-back Caribbean culture to ocean temperatures that rarely drop below 75 degrees, the high life of the Cayman Islands is effortlessly luxurious. Foodies will delight in the diverse restaurant culture (the Cayman Islands have been crowned the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean), with Michelin chefs lending unparalleled quality and sophistication to the scene. Beyond the pristine beaches, residents find joy in an array of activities, from thrilling scuba diving adventures to serene paddleboarding, as well as golf, kite surfing, and surfing.

Safety is paramount in this welcoming community, the standards of living and health facilities are outstanding and the real estate market presents attractive investment opportunities, along with tax incentives and residency options. Life in the Cayman Islands is a warm invitation to seamlessly blend luxurious living with the vibrant spirit of the Caribbean.


The Cayman Islands are celebrated for their extraordinary diversity, a melting pot of more than 135 nationalities, this vibrant blend of cultures has created a rich tapestry of traditions, cuisine, and languages, making every encounter an opportunity to learn and grow. The welcoming spirit of the Caymanian people, combined with the safety and cleanliness of the islands, makes the Cayman Islands not just a place to live, but a place to call home. The combination of its multicultural population, natural wonders, and high quality of life makes the Cayman Islands a truly wonderful place to live.


Whether you seek vibrant urban living, peaceful suburban retreats or beachfront properties, your ideal neighbourhood is waiting for you in the Cayman Islands. With Grand Cayman only spanning 35km, all options are within reach. Explore the diverse range of neighbourhoods to suit your individual taste and needs

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Government and economy

Not only do the Cayman Islands have one of the strongest economies in the Caribbean, the Cayman Dollar (KYD) ranks among the top 10 strongest currencies in 2024. With a population exceeding 83,000, the major industries of finance and tourism form the backbone of the economy, positioning the territory as one of the world’s leading financial centers.  The pro-business regulatory environment, coupled with tax neutrality, attracts High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) and Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWI). USD is also widely accepted in hotels, shops, and restaurants on the islands.

Residency by investment

Residency options in the Cayman Islands cater to different investment levels, including the Certificate of Permanent Residence for Individuals of Independent Means, Residency Certificate for Persons of Independent Means, Residency Certificate – Substantial Business Presence, and Direct Investment Certificate. Each option provides unique benefits, allowing individuals to choose a path that aligns with their lifestyle and investment preferences.

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Schools and further education

The education options in the Cayman Islands are pure excellence. Compulsory from ages 5 to 17, schools teach in English and offer an impressive variety of curriculum. Caymanian residents and permanent residents enjoy free education, expats without permanent residency are subject to school fees. The educational landscape includes private, international primary and secondary schools, some offering International Baccalaureate (IB) programs. Students on the autism spectrum and those with learning difficulties are also catered for at The Lighthouse School. There is a choice between government and private schools.

Real estate

Apartments, condos, luxurious mansions, gated communities, and land – the Cayman Islands really does have it all. In addition to the diverse range of properties, the Torrens system of land registration guarantees absolute ownership, and the islands operate a Multiple Listing System (MLS), simplifying the property search process. A flat 7.5% stamp duty on property transactions means added transparency in the real estate market.

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Relocating to the Cayman Islands

Starting a new chapter in the Cayman Islands offers a life filled with postcard-perfect beaches, year-round good weather, a high standard of living, low crime rates, and a welcoming community. Key considerations include visa/work permits, residency by investment programs, and finding your new home.

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Discover what makes each Cayman neighbourhood

Seven Mile Beach.

Home to a world-renowned stretch of pristine sands and ultra-clear waters, it's no surprise that exclusive resorts, upscale condominiums, and high-end residences line the shore of Seven Mile Beach. This beachfront paradise offers a luxurious lifestyle with access to top-notch amenities and water activities.

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Seven Mile Beach Corridor.

Seven Mile Beach Corridor invites residents to indulge in a lifestyle of coastal opulence and luxury. Boasting waterfront properties with private boat docks, this neighborhood is the epitome of upscale island living.

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Camana Bay.

Welcome to Camana Bay, a modern urban oasis that seamlessly blends retail, dining and inspiring residential spaces. It's a sought-after location for those who appreciate sophisticated urban style, thanks to its contemporary design and waterfront views. Residents enjoy cultural events, green spaces, and an exciting culinary scene.

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South Sound.

This exclusive coastal enclave is nestled south of George Town and boasts upscale residences along quiet streets. Striking a fine balance between seclusion and accessibility, it’s somewhere for residents to revel in private beaches, waterfront estates, condos, apartments and a close-knit community atmosphere.

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West Bay.

West Bay is the go-to for downtempo luxury living. This tranquil neighborhood on the island's western coast combines seaside living with lush landscapes. Residents enjoy serene beaches, family-friendly communities, and proximity to natural wonders like the Barker’s National Park and the Cayman Turtle Centre. It’s the ideal spot for those seeking a peaceful yet connected lifestyle.

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George Town.

The bustling capital combines Caribbean charm with modern vibrancy. Home to government offices, financial institutions, and a lively waterfront, this dynamic hub offers imaginative dining, shopping, and cultural experiences, making it a sought-after area.

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Savannah and Lower Valley.

East of George Town lies the historic neighborhoods of Savannah and Lower Valley, blending Caymanian charm with modern living. It’s home to landmarks like Pedro’s Castle and is poised for luxury with the upcoming Mandarin Oriental. Ideal for families seeking affordable new builds and a peaceful retreat.

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Red Bay, Prospect & Spotts.

Explore a blend of coastal living and suburban comfort in Red Bay, Prospect and Spotts. Red Bay offers modern residences, schools, and amenities along the coastline, while Prospect provides convenient suburban living with proximity to schools and green spaces. Spotts complements this trio with a coastal neighborhood offering a picturesque setting and welcoming community.

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Bodden Town.

The island's first capital, Bodden Town, exudes historical charm. Quaint neighborhoods rub shoulders with historical sites, and residents enjoy the slow pace of life here. It’s the place to soak up rich cultural heritage with proximity to attractions like the Mastic Trail and Bodden Town Mission House.

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East End.

Capturing the essence of natural beauty and seclusion, East End is known for its unspoiled landscapes, tranquil beaches, and laid-back ambiance. It's a haven for nature lovers: away from the crowds, residents savor a laidback lifestyle, surrounded by lush greenery and pristine coastlines.

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North Side.

Residents relish North Side’s community spirit, scenic coastal views, and access to attractions like the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. A quaint coastal retreat, it’s ideal for those seeking a peaceful island experience.

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Rum Point and Cayman Kai.

Coastal paradise awaits in Rum Point and Cayman Kai, tucked away on Grand Cayman’s northern coast. Just 25 miles from George Town, they combine stunning beauty with exclusivity. Explore historical landmarks like Mind’s Eye and enjoy a sophisticated coastal lifestyle in this refined haven.

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Cayman Brac.

Adventure enthusiasts can rely on Cayman Brac to provide the ultimate lifestyle experience. Known for its rugged landscapes, hiking trails, and caves, it's a haven for nature lovers and for those seeking a strong sense of community.

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Little Cayman.

It may be the smallest of the Cayman Islands but Little Cayman boasts generous offerings of pristine beaches, diverse marine life, and a laid-back atmosphere. Serenity-seeking residents particularly enjoy the easy access to nature and close-knit community.

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