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Coldwell Banker Jamaica || by Nemonie Cassells || September 5 2017

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I see you’re interested in knowing about Coldwell Banker here in Jamaica… should I take it that you are interested in staying in Jamaica for a while? Thinking of living here maybe?

Well however you plan on investing your time, money (or both), in Jamaica, I’m so happy for you! We are, after all, the land of beauty people, a diverse culture and delicious food.

Living here for work or play, will definitely be a life changing experience! Just think of it…being able to step outside and see the beautiful Jamaican mountains and smell the nice clean air, fresh and perfumed with the natural aroma of the lush vegetation!

Or better yet, being able to see and smell the sea breeze from where you live! :-)

I’m not sure if you can tell, but I’m super excited that you’re interested in knowing about real estate in Jamaica. Whatever your reason, I’ll gladly give you the information you need… you’ve come to the right place so here we go!

History Of Coldwell Banker In Jamaica

Coldwell Banker Realty is one of the top realty companies here in Jamaica! It was launched by Andrew Issa in 2001, after he obtained the rights to be a part of the International franchise brand!

The Coldwell Banker brand was actually established in 1906 and is not only successful here in Jamaica, but worldwide!

It is a known and respected brand, and even though it is independently owned and operated in Jamaica, Coldwell Banker stands true to the 105 years old reputation and legacy of the Coldwell Brand.

This simply means, if you’re thinking of buying, selling, renting or leasing properties in Jamaica, you’re in very good hands… their customer service is top notch!

Contact Information For Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty

At present, Coldwell Banker has four physical addresses located in Jamaica, two of which are in Montego Bay and the others, Kingston and Manchester. See below for contact information.

86 Hope Road Kingston 6
Tel: (876) 946-0007
Tel: (305) 647-5039 USA Fax: (876) 978-4030


Newark, Spur Tree, Manchester
Email: southcoast@cbjamaica.com
Tel: (876) 964-6007


Shop 38, Montego Freeport
Tel: (876) 953-6099
Tel: (954) 876-9226 USA Fax: (876) 953-6436


Whitter Village, Unit D8
Ironshore, St. James
Tel: (876) 620-2100

You may also try this online link for more contact info http://cbjamaica.com/contact.

You may also check out their website cbjamaica.com, for further information on the services they provide! 

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