Senior Sales Associate Sophie Miles
has been promoted to the position of Broker at International Realty Group Ltd.
For the past eight years Ms Miles
has lent her expertise to IRG, helping to provide the firm’s clients with a comprehensive
range of high quality professional services in the residential, commercial,
relocation and property services markets.
She will now be more involved with
the daily running of the office as well as working with owner/broker Jeremy
Hurst to oversee the company’s growing sales team, including its two most recent
recruits, ambitious young Caymanians, Trisha Johnson and Mario Sanchez.
Ms Miles has extensive knowledge of the property and real estate
markets, with 17 years experience within the industry in the Cayman Islands and
before that in the country homes and London high-end luxury property markets in
the UK. Current market conditions in Cayman do not faze this industry stalwart.
“Having worked in the industry for almost two
decades I have weathered two serious recessions and I therefore believe that at
IRG we are well equipped and experienced to work our way through this current
climate and provide the best possible advice to our clients,” said Ms Miles.
“We are confident that the Cayman
Islands will remain a jurisdiction of choice for international investors and
home buyers and that the local market will grow significantly also.”
Ms Miles says her focus will be to
drive the sales team forward enabling IRG to grow and develop in tandem with
the predicted resurge in the market. She is extremely pleased with her
promotion and says she and the hard working team at IRG are looking forward to
embracing signs of market recovery and to continue to provide their clients
with the highest levels of service within the property industry.
“I would like to thank Sophie for all her hard
work over the years,” said IRG Owner, Jeremy Hurst.
“She is committed to
providing the highest standard of service to her clients. This new move will
position IRG well for future growth and only serve to strengthen our already