There are probably not many people who know the Cayman Islands, its people and its real estate, as well as Sloane Rhulen.
For more than 40 years, Rhulen has called Cayman home – from a second home to a now permanent home, she has fallen in love with Cayman. Before launching her own real estate company in 2015, she was Vice President for Leasing at Dart Real Estate, overseeing all commercial and residential real estate assets.
Since founding her firm, she has been both on the landlord and tenant side of a number of the island’s significant residential and commercial real estate transactions. It’s not an exaggeration to say that just about everyone involved in real estate on Cayman knows and respects Sloane.
She is known for building consensus between parties during challenging negotiations and providing her clients with valuable and meaningful advice. She possesses deep and granular knowledge of the bricks and mortar, and the broader financial and economic trends that impact the commercial and residential real estate markets.
Sloane is a caring and involved member of the Cayman Islands community, serving as a member of the Rotary Club for Grand Cayman, and volunteering for the Cayman Islands Red Cross and Literacy is for Everyone (LIFE), a group dedicated to educating the next generation of Caymanians. Sloane owns a second home in Little Cayman where she enjoys spending time with her young son.
Before her move to Cayman, she was a Senior Vice President at CBRE, the largest commercial real estate agency worldwide. Sloane built a name for herself in New York City in her 20s when she was recognized as the Real Estate Board of New York’s most promising young salesperson. and one of Crain’s New York Business 40 Under 40.