Brokerage firm upbeat on Dubai realty - GulfToday

Brokerage firm upbeat on Dubai realty


A scenic view of Dubai Marina.

Inayat-ur-Rahman, Business Editor

The W Capital real estate brokerage celebrated their 14th anniversary, as a featured player in Dubai the real estate brokerage sector with total project value of about Dhs1.2 billion so far.

The leading Dubai-based real estate brokerage started business in 2007 after getting a license from the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Small and Medium Size Enterprises, which provided all the necessary logistical support so as the company was able to prove its superiority in the real estate brokerage sector.

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“W Capital” currently leads marketing and sales of Dubai real estate sector, according to the latest data of the “ Dubai REST” digital platform, which is affiliated with the Dubai Land Department.

Walid Al Zarooni, the company’s president, also topped the list of real estate brokers with the highest marketing  number  of real estate transactions in the Emirate of Dubai .

The company won several awards, and participated in more than 30 real estate exhibitions outside the UAE, in Saudi Arabia - Kuwait - Qatar - Bahrain - Oman - Syria - and Egypt, in addition to organizing more than 25 real estate exhibitions inside the UAE.

Walid Al Zarooni, Chairman, received a 4-star rating category, and was ranked among the top of Dubai brokers who received this four-star category, in the (Dubai Rest) list.

Walid Al-Zarouni said that the company is keen to develop their operations throughout their history since its launch in 2007,in order  to be in the best place in  Dubai  real estate brokerage sector .

Al Zarooni added that the success of “W Capital” is linked to the growth of  Dubai the real estate sector  over the past two decades, where the sector achieved high growth rates in terms of investments as well as  contribution to the national economy.

He pointed to the significant growth of Dubai’s economy, which contributed to the recovery of the construction sector, whether for contractors, real estate developers, brokers and support services.

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