RE/MAX Elite Realty expands Jamaican footprint

RE/MAX Elite Realty, one of Jamaica’s leading real estate franchises, is expanding its presence in the Jamaican market with the opening of three new offices in January.

The offices will be opened in Portmore, Drauxhall in St Ann, and Negril, Westmoreland.

This was announced by O’Niel Kirlew, country manager of RE/MAX Elite Realty, during his address at the official launch of the RE/MAX Jamaica Conference and Expo on Wednesday, January 17.

“We are on the verge of opening three new offices across the country this month. A true testament of our vision, a true testament of how we see the Jamaican real estate market,” Kirlew said.

He noted that these new locations are strategically positioned to expand the company’s footprints and better serve its clients across the region.

“These new offices are more than just physical spaces. They symbolise our commitment to growth, innovation and delivering unparalleled real estate experiences,” he added.

The real estate company currently has offices in Kingston and St James.

The RE/MAX Country Manager also shared that it has also welcomed 21 new real estate agents to enhance its services to clients.

RE/MAX Elite Realty is not only expanding its physical presence but also its online presence with a magazine and new podcast to be hosted by Kalilah Reynolds, one of Jamaica’s leading business journalists.

“I am delighted to announce the launch of two dynamic platforms that will revolutionize the way we engage with our audience. The Property Source podcast is powered by RE/MAX Elite Realty, which will be hosted by the esteemed Kalilah Reynolds and proposes to be exciting and inspirational to both industry professionals and spring homeowners. Alongside the podcast, we are proud to introduce our official online magazine, RE/MAX Augmented Living. This digital publication is designed to provide an immersive and informative experience offering valuable insights, trends and stories that reflect the vibrant landscape of the Jamaican landscape,” Kirlew said.