Broker’s Note

In Spotlight

It’s another hot summer in Jamaica! I hope that as you flip through the pages of this issue you are keeping cool, by the sea, in the hills or relaxing in a place of comfort. On the cover of this issue of KúYA, we feature Rivendell, a recently constructed villa in the South Coast town of Whitehouse. We chose to feature this house, to highlight how real estate in Jamaica is constantly evolving.

Twenty years ago, the North coast was where most investors wanted to be and only a select few dared to invest on the South coast. A lot has changed since then and more buyers are choosing the South coast for its unspoiled beauty and low-key sophistication. At Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty, we always strive to keep up with the times, while remaining steadfast and trendy. This is why we opened a South coast office a few years back and why we are proud to announce the upcoming opening of our new Spur Tree, Manchester office. As investors become more interested in different areas of Jamaica, it is our aim to have an agent within one hour of all properties for sale.

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