Deyaar portfolio rises to over 20,300 units
Dubai-based property developer Deyaar Development has announced addition of 2,600 new properties to its property and asset management portfolio in 2013, bringing the total tally to 20,369 units.
A majority of the new contracts have been secured in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman, while growing interest landlords in Al Ain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah has also contributed to the upturn in Deyaar’s division.
The rental earnings from these properties have grossed over Dh650 million in 2013.
Deyaar’s announcement comes at a time when the UAE real estate market is witnessing clear signs of buoyancy, with analysts estimating between 7 to 10 per cent increase in residential stock in 2014, in prime markets such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
In the commercial sector, the new year is expected to usher in office gross leasable area (GLA) of 12 to 16 per cent in the same markets.
Dr. Rashid Abdulla Al Haji, Vice-President of Property and Asset Management at Deyaar, said: “Deyaar has invested heavily to ensure we deliver the best quality services across the properties we own, as well as those that have been contracted to us. We understand the importance of catering to the needs of both the landlord and the tenant through a well-defined process and with the support of a dedicated team of professionals.
“The real estate market in the UAE is growing exponentially yet again and we have witnessed a surge in interest for our services. Given this favourable environment, we are confident that our division of quality property management will register a definite surge in operations in 2014.”
Deyaar’s property and asset management division offers customers a wide range of dedicated services that include property inspections and appraisals for landlords, management of tenancy contracts and payments, as well as other legal and administrative services, facilities management for residential and commercial units, available at all times for the upkeep of the building.
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