IRG opens office in North Side

IRG has opened a branch office in Old Man Bay, North Side.

IRG – International Realty Group has opened a branch office in North Side.

The new office is located in Old Man Bay, close to the Crystal Caves and will serve North Side, Rum Point, Cayman Kai and the Eastern Districts of Bodden Town, East End, Colliers and the North East Coast.

Shelly Miller, a local of North Side and IRG Sales and Leasing Associate, will be permanently based at this new office location and will share the office with her sister Judy Ebanks, who will offer property management services from the office through her company, North Side Property Management & Immigration Services.

Ms. Miller was born and raised in the district and still resides there.

With a background in tourism, banking and a love for marketing, along with assisting her family with property management in the Rum Point area for the past six years, she provides the local knowledge and expertise that sellers, buyers, landlords, tenants and developers need to make the right real estate decisions in the area.

“IRG is proud to open this new office, which is a milestone in the company’s history,” says Jeremy Hurst, broker/owner of IRG. “We are similarly delighted that it will be run by a well-known and trusted local, in Shelly Miller.”

IRG associate Shelly Miller

To show our support to the North Side community, IRG donated 30 backpacks filled with school supplies to Edna M. Moyle Primary School.

“Your decision to donate backpacks and supplies was highly regarded and most appreciated by these families, some of whom have had financial burdens or struggles that have hindered the ability to acquire all necessary materials for the children to come fully equipped to school. Some parents are experiencing socioeconomic distress, being assisted by Needs Assessment Unit and other institutions,” a message from the Parent-Teacher Association board and school staff said.

IRG will host an official launch party at the new office on Friday, Nov. 30 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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