The Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association has reelected Jeanette Totten as its president. This will be Ms. Totten’s third term as president of the association.
Ms. Totten, an American-Caymanian who moved to the Cayman Islands in 1982, was the first female president of CIREBA when she was first elected in 2012. She was again elected in 2013. She takes over from immediate past president Michael Day.
“It’s a great honor to be reelected president. The past president did a fantastic job and it will be an easy transition for me to continue his good work,” she said in a press release from the association.
Ms. Totten started Cayman Luxury Property Group with her husband in 2004. She held numerous executive roles in CIREBA prior to being president.
According to the press release, one focus of Ms. Totten in her role as president will be to ensure that the CIREBA website represents association members in a group effort rather than representing a single company. In the coming year, she plans to continue moving forward with the newly restructured Multiple Listing Services (MLS) website that was launched to its membership last year.
She said she will also focus on attracting more brokers and individual agents to become involved in CIREBA. Ms. Totten said she plans on formulating committees, each comprised of brokers and agents under the leadership of a board member. For instance, there will be a committee to deal with the website, signage and marketing, to name a few.