Located 480 miles south of Miami in the Western Caribbean, the Cayman Islands are made up of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, three separate islands of which Grand Cayman is the largest, at 22 miles long and 8 miles wide at its widest point.
A popular and prestigious vacation destination, it is easy to reach the Cayman Islands through multiple ports, from North America to Europe. More than 55 commercial flights arrive each week at the islands’ international airports, and a number of private jet and charter operations are also on hand.
Foreign buyers looking to invest in property for personal use will be welcomed by a simple and straightforward process, as the Islands place no restrictions on foreign ownership and, beyond a one-time stamp duty, do not charge an annual property tax or capital gains taxes. Vacant land may also be purchased and held for future investment potential. Titles are granted and guaranteed by the Cayman Islands Government, which maintains a central registry of all mapped plots of land throughout all three islands. This allows potential purchasers to gain full access to the provenance of any piece of property, to follow its story from vacant land to construction to ownership.
With a population of over 55,000, the Cayman Islands is a diverse country that boasts over 100 nationalities, a sophisticated international culture, and a friendly and welcoming environment. Ideal for families, Cayman offers educational opportunities for children of all ages, from kindergarten to university, along with a multitude of sports and recreational activities.