Year-round temperatures between 77 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. World-class beaches and perfect scenery. Diving, sailing, wind sports, snorkelling and swimming all at your fingertips. We know you will love visiting Grand Cayman. But what about investing in luxury Caribbean villas or beach-front property on Grand Cayman?
If the sun, sand, and sea aren’t enough to convince you, we have three more compelling reasons to invest on Grand Cayman.
1. Safety & Security
The Cayman Islands enjoy a remarkably low crime rate and a sense of community where neighbors and a well-established law enforcement presence work together to keep you and your Grand Cayman real estate, secure.
2. Excellent Infrastructure
Between three hospitals, a wide range of public and private schools, well-paved roads and modern stores and conveniences, Grand Cayman is top in the Caribbean with regards to infrastructure. And expanding these conveniences doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Dart Real Estate is planning a new supermarket, multiple retail outlets, and restaurants at the luxurious, waterfront Camana Bay.
3. No Direct Taxation
You’ll be happy to hear the Cayman Islands Government imposes no direct property taxes, capital gain taxes, income tax, non-resident taxes, sales tax or inheritance tax. The only tax is a one-time stamp duty of 7.5% on either the purchase price of real estate or the market value of the property—whichever is higher.
4. Gourmet Restaurants & Global Cuisine
Grand Cayman is home to dozens of restaurants, cafes, markets, speciality shops, bars, and pubs—all sporting distinct, delicious cuisines in an inviting island setting. Explore a mixture of global options and familiar favorites to delight the whole family.
5. There’s Always Something Fun to Do
Just because you own the property doesn’t mean you aren’t on vacation. Grand Cayman allows for you to set sail on any adventure you choose. Whether you are spending the day on the water with jet skis or scuba gear or you are sipping cocktails back on land, you will be sure to have a wonderful time.
Grand Cayman Real Estate
With about 58,000 residents, Grand Cayman, at 76 square miles, is the biggest of the three Cayman Islands, which is a British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean.
Caymans’ property market is expected to remain buoyant in the coming months, especially along Seven Mile Beach and in residential developments such as the Crystal Harbour, Grand Harbour, Vista Del Mar, and the Yacht Club, according to local real estate experts.