A Letter From Andrew Issa

In Spotlight

After a great 2013 and a lovely holiday season, everyone at Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty is refreshed and ready to embrace 2014. As we embark on this new year, we have many goals in mind, but our main priority is to give our clients the best possible service that they can get from a real estate agency.

Our numbers were up from the 2012 figures and sales remained steady in the $20-$40 million dollar price range for apartments and townhouses. The landscape for 2014 is shaping up to be very interesting, as we have noticed a trend that international buyers are coming back to the market. The need for additional resort properties will be met in 2014 with the completion of developments such as Miramar, Green Castle Estate, Old Fort Village and the newly finished ocean view two bedroom apartments at Whispering Seas, located in the heart of Ocho Rios.

We are pleased to announced that Hamptons International, a UK based real estate company will now be marketing all Coldwell Banker Island Affiliates properties, which means that Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty’s exposure is now even wider reaching than the audience that we get through our website, the MLS system and this magazine.
And finally, we present to you our eighth issue of KÚYA magazine. KÚYA is a labour of love that we publish twice a year. We enjoy being able to showcase our properties to our clients in this glossy keepsake publication, while at the same time, giving readers some perspective on the latest happenings in Jamaica. In this issue we highlight what’s new in downtown Kingston, the opening of the Royalton White Sands hotel, what it is like to live in a container house and much more, so flip through these pages and have a good read.
And when you put down KÚYA, feel free to spend some time browsing our user friendly website www.cbjamaica.com for more up-to-the minute listings to buy, lease or rent.
Walk good!

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