Tasweek ties up with UK property experts
Abu Dhabi, November 26, 2012
Abu Dhabi-based Tasweek Real Estate Marketing & Development, an advisor and solutions provider serving the real estate markets, said it has signed a MoU with British property consultants Robert Irving Burns (RIB) to tap the resurgent UAE market.
As per the agreement, RIB will solicit and source business opportunities for Tasweek as well as assist in business due diligence and provide market data. Tasweek in turn will support RIB’s business activities and evaluate mutual funding opportunities in both Markets of UAE and UK.
A joint venture office will also be set up by Tasweek in Abu Dhabi, said a top official.
“The UAE has done a great job of maintaining its status as a property hub despite the market pressures of the past years. It is now starting to reap the fruits of its strategic handling of the real estate sector, as we are seeing renewed international interest in local developments," remarked Masood Al Awar, CEO, Tasweek Real Estate Marketing & Development.
"Our partnership with RIB affiliates us to a trusted name in British real estate that shares our passion for customer satisfaction and further globalizes our property and service offerings. We look forward to making significant contributions to the growth of the local markets together," he added.
Established in 1962, Robert Irving Burns provides expertise across the full range of property services – from valuation to property management –to both personal and corporate clients.
Each of its partners has been brought on board to cover a specific area of experience and responsibility. RIB’s objective is to provide clients with a rapid and positive response to their needs. The practice serves the Fitzrovia, Noho, Soho, Marylebone, Oxford Circus, City and West End areas of London.-TradeArabia News Service
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