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Realopedia rolls out e-booking platform for developers

DUBAI, 14 days ago

Realopedia, a real estate e-marketplace established in Dubai, has launched its pioneering online booking platform for developers at the ongoing Cityscape Global conference and exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The move is another reflection of the growing convergence and incorporation of property technology (PropTech) into the dynamic real estate market in Dubai, the UAE, and globally.

Realopedia presents developers with substantial business growth opportunities via the newly launched online booking platform, in addition to offering them solutions to reach an extensive range of investors and customers.

As part of the Realopedia e-marketplace, registered developers within their set jurisdictions or areas can upload their inventory with an option to harness 3D and virtual reality (VR) technologies to give their prospective investors and customers a lifelike experience and a sense of what it is like to explore the actual units.

These premium real estate projects can now be easily booked by property buyers - be it for their location, price, and features - with the click of a finger. The online booking platform has effectively made the cutting-edge e-marketplace a gateway for investors to quickly and conveniently reserve a property of their choice.

Laura Choueri, the CEO and founder, said: "We are excited to introduce this global platform to our developers as a new addition to our portfolio of technology-focused services. The launch comes at an opportune time when property buyers are using next-generation tools to access useful data."

"More and more tech-savvy investors are harnessing the full potential of contemporary and advanced tools to search for and purchase property according to their liking and taste instead of just relying heavily on traditional methods for information," noted Choueri.

“The online booking platform for developers is an innovative offering that will bring investors’ experience to the next level. In our online community, buyers can connect with registered agents and brokers, as well as reach out to agents who can represent them globally under DPAP, the ‘Developers Preferred Agents Program’," she added.

Realopedia will introduce its ‘Make an Offer’ scheme for real estate agents, whose property is registered as per the regulations of Dubai Land Department and the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (Rera) in Dubai or official regulatory bodies in their respective countries, said Choueri.

The exciting new concept is set to go live next month and is expected to give agents a big push in terms of promoting properties they have on offer, she added.-TradeArabia News Service
 




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