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IRG Cayman welcomes James O’Brien

IRG Cayman welcomes James O’Brien as Sales and Investment Consultant.

James joins IRG with over 10 years’ experience at the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman Resort where he held the position of Executive Director of Residences. James presided over $0.5 Billion dollars’ worth of real-estate, including ocean front hotel suites, residential condominiums and stand-alone luxury villas within the resort.

James’s attention to detail and exceptional relationship skills ensured that his many international clients received legendary ‘Ritz-Carlton’ service in all aspects of their ownership at the resort. James joins IRG to provide his solid real estate investment advice for luxury residential and premium commercial real estate & will ensure a 5-star service.

Jeremy Hurst, IRG’s Owner, Broker added “We’re delighted to have James join IRG, which strengthens our already top-quality team of agents. IRG provides specialized and effective real estate solutions to select markets and James’ skill-set compliments and builds our offering to the luxury and resort condo sector and takes advantage of our global presence.”

If you’d like to contact James, please email


About IRG

With licensed real estate agents selling both locally and globally, IRG is a complete Real Estate, sales and consultancy solution for local and global homeowners, Investors and real estate professionals. IRG’s professional Cayman realtors bring a range of experience and expertise to the table including detailed knowledge of all areas of the Cayman Property Market, whether it be Luxury Resort investment, Luxury Residential, commercial sales or lettings or raw land and development feasibility studies. Visit

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