Christie’s International Real Estate Caribbean Affiliates announced the appointment of Danielle Austin as President of their new Caribbean alliance. Austin offers over 18 years of corporate experience at Christie’s International Real Estate most recently as Senior Vice President of the Southeast US, Caribbean and Latin America. Her role will be to drive growth and expand the company’s presence throughout the Caribbean.
Christie’s International Real Estate Caribbean Affiliates is a venture formed following a Master Licensing Agreement with Christie’s International Real Estate. The new Caribbean alliance will provide a central source for listings, market data, marketing, and inter-island cooperation among luxury brokerage firms and their clients in the region.
Ms. Austin brings a successful track record in the luxury real estate market to her new role, having spent the past several years working with high-end clients and overseeing significant transactions. Her extensive market knowledge of the Caribbean and her commitment to providing unparalleled service to her clients make her the ideal leader for this critical role.
“We are delighted to welcome Danielle to the Christie’s International Real Estate Caribbean team in this new capacity,” said Nick Van Assche, Partner at Christie’s International Real Estate US Virgin Islands. “Her experience, expertise, and passion for the industry make her the perfect fit to lead our Caribbean Affiliates.”
Danielle Austin said, “I am thrilled to join Christie’s International Real Estate Caribbean Affiliates and continue my work in the luxury real estate industry. I am committed to leveraging my experience and knowledge of the Caribbean markets to provide our clients the highest level of service and help grow the company in this important and dynamic region.”
According to Austin, the Caribbean Affiliates’ network within a network is both innovative and visionary. “I commend the corporate team at Christie’s International Real Estate on believing in this vision and facilitating the fruition of this deal. Until now, there was no central repository for the Caribbean. This new regional network is truly exciting and couldn’t have happened without support at the corporate level.”