Though originally from Toronto, Canada, Trinette’s origins are steeped in the incredibly historic Southern European island of Malta. Prior to moving to Grand Cayman, Trinette and her family lived in St. Lucia for two years until her husband’s relocation in the hospitality industry brought them to the incomparable Cayman Islands. Having lived in the beautiful Maple Ridge area of British Columbia for 8 years, coupled with her rich heritage from a stunning island landscape, the transition to Cayman’s paradise has been seamless. Being close to the hospitality industry has afforded Trinette the ability to live in and travel to incredible destinations around the world including and especially Grand Cayman- the place she now proudly calls home. In earlier years, Trinette found success as a realtor in Durham at one of the busiest offices allowing her to garner experience in buying, selling and leasing properties. This stint was not as long as she had hoped, as she segued from real estate to the role of motherhood which she enjoyed for many years. Now, Trinette is eager to reinstate her earlier knowledge and experience in the real estate industry in Cayman’s buoyant market. Among her skills and unique qualities, Trinette studied ballet for sixteen years; this art form refined her with determination, mental and physical endurance, and of course – grace. Dance remains a passion for her along with extensive volunteering. Here in Cayman she has volunteered at Jasmine, The Pines Retirement Home, various primary schools, beach clean ups and a local soup kitchen in West Bay. In her words, “ being of service to others is most rewarding.” Combining all of Trinette’s talents leads her to being a caring, go-getting realtor who will work in the best interest of those she assists in buying, selling or renting their dream home, investment property or rental property. If you would like to benefit from the assistance of a relentless CENTURY 21 agent, reach out to Trinette today.