I grew up on the beach in Bodden Town and spent my time there, then later I lived by what is now known as Lobster Pot. The love for the water and all things Caymanian is ingrained in me.
Born in Cayman with ancestral roots going back at least 11 generations (at last count!), My love for the outdoors, Cayman culture and the rich heritage of my ancestors is what drives me to share that with everyone I meet.
With each property I show, list and/or sell, I can share the history behind it, the memories of the area. I’m always happy to talk about it so that the past comes into the future in a small way and history isn’t completely lost to the modern times.
My approach to business is simply Caymanian: friendly, straight-forward and with the easy island attitude to make people happy and help them in any way I can.
Having worked in the family business of restaurants from the age of 13, I know the importance and value of ‘service’…especially GOOD service. A thorough yet casual approach to getting the job done has always been the way I have managed my entire career.
Having started in real estate working with J.C. Calhoun in 1993, the experience and knowledge I have learned in this industry has been phenomenal. Between working with JC and later Kass Coleman, I have learned every corner of the industry from some of the best in the business.
Moving to property management and my own company in 2008 was merely an extension of who I have always been.
Without a doubt, I know that the real estate industry is where I am meant to be, and where I am most happy because I get to do what I love: show off Cayman’s beauty, meet people from all over the world, help people and take care of things!
Since Steve and Pam are very much a ‘tag team’ most of their hobbies are ones they do together, and largely involve their 3 children’s interests.
In their spare time, they love entertaining friends at home, coaching Little League, being involved in their church, and being in the water when possible. Steve loves to get conch and lobster when the season allows: what island boy wouldn’t?