International Realty Group Joins Farkas Subsidiary in Cayman
The International Realty Group recently joined the NAI Global network as the company’s newest member firm.
Established in 1994 by Jeremy Hurst, the International Realty Group has grown to become the Cayman Island’s leading integrated real estate provider. Boasting an impressive team, the International Realty Group is known for delivering high quality results and services to their clients. The International Realty Group specializes in a wide range of professional real estate services, from residential and commercial to investment and development.
IRG kicked off 2017 with a bang as they joined NAI Global as an affiliate member in mid-January. As a current member of both the Luxury Portfolio and the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World networks, becoming a member of NAI Global only creates more opportunities for IRG to improve business and serve clients. Now as NAI Global’s newest member firm, IRG’s commercial property division will be now co-branded as NAI Cayman.
Operating with more than 375 offices and 6700 local market leaders, NAI Global is the single largest global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms. With such a massive international presence, NAI Global is able to provide all kinds of real estate solutions and services everywhere in the world with their owner-operated member firm network. This network enables NAI to deliver local market leadership and expertise to their clients. Now with their newly established presence in the Cayman Islands, NAI Global can apply their prestigious network’s expertise to the Caymanian real estate market.
In 2012 NAI Global was acquired by C-III Capital Partners, a premier commercial real estate services company founded by Andrew Farkas in 2003. As one of the world’s most successful real estate entrepreneurs and investors, Farkas has founded and managed several private real estate business and overseen and guided multiple major acquisitions. As the Chief Executive Officer and founder of C-III Capital Partners, Farkas was instrumental in the company’s seamless acquisition of NAI Global.