Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands

Population 67,602
Area 264 km sq
Timezone GMT -5
Language English
As the fifth largest offshore financial centre in the world, enjoying a stable economy with the financial sector making up around 67% of GDP, Cayman Islands is home to mix of Caymanians and expats who enjoy a high standard of living in beautiful settings.

A British Overseas Territory in the Western Caribbean Sea, the Cayman Islands has a population over 67,500 people, living across three islands; Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and the largest being Grand Cayman. Crime rates are low. Combine this with connectivity, deep-sea fishing, diving and water sports, pristine beaches, wildlife, first class facilities, cultural sights and stunning scenery to draw over two million tourists each year.
The infrastructure is good, with first-class hospitals and schools, often next to white sandy beaches and clear blue waters. The Capital is George Town in Grand Cayman, home to the majority of business and residents.

Foreigners can buy property, open bank accounts and borrow money to finance a property purchase, with few restrictions. The title to a property here is ‘absolute’ and each one has a property register held at the Lands and Survey department. Cayman Residency is possible by investment, including Tax Residency Certificate which requires an investment of at least $1.2 million in real estate. Fees, terms & conditions apply. There are no taxes such as capital gains or inheritance, property tax or income tax. There is 7.5% Stamp Duty on property purchase, paid to Government to register title.
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