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Al Hamra appoints Savills as overseas sales agent

Al Hamra Real Estate Development eyeing international investors through Savills’ network of more than 600 international offices and associates

Al Hamra Real Estate Management Services (REMS) will work with the London-based international residential team at Savills.
Al Hamra Real Estate Management Services (REMS) will work with the London-based international residential team at Savills.

Al Hamra Real Estate Development has appointed international real estate services provider Savills to market its portfolio of projects to an international audience.

Al Hamra’s project portfolio include the multi-million dollar luxury Falcon Island development, Bayti townhouse community, and shoreline apartments Bab Al Bahr and Royal Breeze.

The appointment will see Al Hamra Real Estate Management Services (REMS) work with the London-based international residential team at Savills.

“Appointing Savills as our international marketing agents, will increase our exposure to international investors and other industry professionals around the world. We are confident that this will open up new markets for us and, in turn, drive increased awareness and interest in Ras Al Khaimah as a quality destination, with value-driven investment opportunities, with solid and sustainable returns,” said Barry Ebrahimy, head of commercial, Al Hamra Real Estate Development.

"We look forward to working with Al Hamra, which is a first for us in Ras Al Khaimah," said Charles Weston Baker, head of international residential agency at Savills. “This is a win-win partnership allowing access to our international network to promote Al Hamra’s extensive portfolio of premium quality homes.”

The Al Hamra team of international real estate experts also provides consultancy services for developers across a wide range of disciplines including development consulting, sales and marketing, hotel operator selection assistance and market feasibility studies.
 

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