Cayman top RE/MAX sales office globally

RE/MAX Cayman Islands was named the top sales office in the company’s real estate network globally, with more than $500 million in sales volume.

RE/MAX Cayman Islands completed more than 600 transaction sides and generated more than $500 million in sales volume last year, reaching the top sales volume in the RE/MAX real estate network for a single office globally in 2018, according to a press release from the company.

The company said its 18 RE/MAX Cayman Islands sales associates competed against 35,000 international agents to gain this distinction. RE/MAX Cayman Islands is one of the few offices within the corporation to receive this award numerous times, including back-to-back in 2012 and 2013.

“It is a great honour to receive the top sales volume for a single office globally for the third time,” said owner/broker Kim Lund. “This is a great testament to our agents who continuously provide stellar customer service to our clients.”

Fellow owner/broker James Bovell added that “with 18 sales associates, RE/MAX Cayman Islands is both the #1 real estate company in the Cayman Islands and in the Caribbean and Central American region”.

For the first half of 2019 globally, the Lund Team, consisting of Kim Lund, Dillon Claassens and Cindy Raymond, ranked first and the Kass Coleman Team, including Kass Coleman and Karen Perry, ranked 11th in global residential teams. Michael Binckes ranked fifth in commercial individual.

Additionally, RE/MAX Cayman Islands is the top ranked office in the Caribbean and Central America region for RE/MAX in the first half of 2019.

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