IRG Ltd. Cayman Real EstateBusiness — Real estate
|About||Cayman's Leading Integrated Real Estate Professionals with Local Expertise and Global reach.|
IRG was established by Jeremy Hurst in 1994 having worked in the Cayman Real Estate which includes commercial and luxury residential property, since he arrived in Cayman in 1988. Prior to that, he worked in the UK commercial property industry having earned a BSc. Honours degree in land development studies at University College London.
IRG is the Cayman Islands affiliate of Knight Frank and a member of The Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network
The Knight Frank network encompasses more than 140 offices in over 30 countries in five continents. Over 4,500 experienced professionals handle around $41 billion worth of residential, commercial, agricultural and real estate annually, advising clients ranging from individual owners and buyers to major developers, investors and corporate tenants. It has offices in the UK, Europe, Russia, Hong Kong, Australasia and is about to open an office in Abu Dhabi as a joint venture with the Emirate's National Bank.
Leading Real Estate Companies of the World and its offshoot Luxury Portfolio is comprised of the best-known local and regional independent real estate names in the business, with annual sales of over $380 billion, more than any other residential real estate organization. LRECOW encompasses over 650 companies with 4,700 offices and 120,000 associates in the U.S. and over 24 countries around the globe. In addition to selling more homes than any other national/international organization, LRE members represent the Number One or Number Two market-share brokerage firms in two-thirds of the top 80 American markets.
IRG has been a proud member of the Cayman Islands Real Estate and Brokers Association (CIREBA) since 1997 and members of its management team have sat on the CIREBA Board since 2000. Jeremy Hurst has served as Vice President of CIREBA since 2005 and is currently Chairman of CIREBA’s Complaints and Penalty Board.
Jeremy Hurst also sits on the board as a founder member of the Cayman Islands Investment Council, was a past Chairman of the Choose to be Drug Free Week and member to the E-Business Advisory Board.