By: Max Hillier - JASDIP Properties  06/04/2015
Keywords: Cayman Islands home

Looking for temporary accommodations in the Cayman Islands? Here are some helpful tips and pointers to help you in your quest. Getting the help of a real estate agent Hiring a real estate agent and engaging a rental specialist makes the whole process of finding a property exponentially easier for you. Not only will you be assisted in making sure that all the necessary paperwork is processed correctly, you will also benefit from having access to listings that may not be available to the general public or haven’t been made available yet, allowing you to get the best deals before anybody else. Getting ready When looking for a place, discuss the time frame in which you will be planning to stay in the property, your intended move in date and your other needs with your real estate agent and landlord. We recommend that you review your lease thoroughly and ask about how payments and security deposits will be handled and to take the time to ask about the terms and conditions when it comes to moving out. Determining the location The Walkers Road and George Town area are known to have better access to schools and are close to the Central Business District where most of the law and accounting firms have offices while the Seven Mile Beach corridor is closer to the restaurants, yacht clubs and other night life. Rent in the Cayman Islands, most especially near beachfront and tourist destinations can get pretty steep, so determining a budget and comparing prices with other areas around Cayman is highly recommended. Rent prices per district Based on the typical rents per month in the Cayman Islands, When it comes to rental prices for one-bedroom apartments, the districts Bodden Town, West Bay and George Town offer the lowest prices that range from $850 for a room -$1,300 for a one bed or shared portion of a 2 bed, Prospect / Savannah and South Sand have prices that range from $1,250 to $2,800 dollars for one and 2 bed apartments, . Governor’s or Snug Harbor range from $1,800 to $4,500 and the Seven Mile Beach and Seven Mile Beach Corridor range from $2,500 all the way up to $20,000. Jasdip Properties specializes in renting Seven Mile Beach condos ranging from $3,500 to $20,000.

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