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Hilary Mckenzie-Cahill

  • Sales Agent

Originally from the UK, Hilary crossed the Atlantic to settle in the Cayman Islands in the 1990s. Since then, her love for the islands and their welcoming inhabitants has only grown. Before making the move, Hilary was a partner in a highly successful European real estate and development company, boasting projects in the Balearic Islands, Germany, Portugal, and Spain. Fortunately, she brought her real estate acumen with her to the Cayman Islands, diving straight into commercial and residential projects as soon as she arrived. Today, Hilary applies her first-hand knowledge of the architectural, construction, planning, and negotiation processes to her work with Williams2.

As former Vice President at Cayman Enterprise City, Hilary has developed a vast network of business contacts, including attorneys, bankers, architects, designers, valuers, and education professionals. As such, she can provide tailored concierge-style services for her clients, whether they need help finding schools for their children or renovating properties on the Cayman Islands.

Hilary is renowned for her honesty and integrity, traits that perfectly align with the culture at Williams2. Clients who work with her often comment on her infectious energy and willingness to go the extra mile to satisfy their requirements.

Interesting facts about Hilary:

For five years, Hilary worked alongside Williams2’s owner Cathy Williams to create Ecay, an online service similar to eBay. The pair also set up a successful digital marketing group.

Outside of work:

During her downtime, Hilary enjoys horse-riding, diving, surfing, and hiking. She also adores spending time with her family and is the proud mother of twin girls. The girls appear to have inherited their mother’s intelligence and ambition, having set up their very own non-profit called 2Can. Hilary loves lending the girls a helping hand with the organization, which works to collect children’s clothes and shoes and distribute them to orphans in less privileged parts of the world.