Landmark launches property management service
Dubai, March 8, 2009
Landmark Properties, a leading brokerage and leasing agency in the UAE, has set up a new division, Landmark Property Management, to cater directly to the needs of its clients.
Under the new division, Landmark management can act as a landlord-tenant liaison in all matters related to the management and leasing of a property directly in line with the Ejari Law enacted on January 1, which was developed to register and standardize all rental contracts in Dubai.
This allows Landmark to provide landlords with hassle-free, peace-of-mind management of a property, and the tenant with an unobstructed peaceful habitation of their chosen home, said a company official.
With the help of Landmark Properties’ new specialized department, landlords are now able to take the headache out of ownership and let Landmark preserve and lengthen the lifetime of their property and earn revenue from quantified tenants.
'Our clients approached us requesting this service as they either did not have time to closely manage their properties, or they felt they did not have the expertise on all aspects regarding the maintenance of their properties,' said Cliff Kelaita, chairman and CEO of Landmark Properties.
With the new Ejari legislation implemented at the beginning of the year, our clients want to make sure their new contracts are in line with the law, he noted.
'At Landmark we take customer-service very seriously, and make the effort to be flexible enough in our offerings to give the market what it needs. Coming to Landmark directly to handle the A to Z of all property management needs has taken a great weight off our clients’ shoulders,” he explained.
Adapting to the dynamic changes in Dubai’s real estate market and current consumer demand, the company, now helps save money for corporations who are looking to cut costs in their relocation budget, by leasing out full buildings for their staff.
“We found that some of the big proponents of this service were corporations who approached us to save them money. They found that by leasing out full buildings for their staff, they could greatly cut their costs,' he pointed out.
'Not only are we able to save them money, but we are also able to take away the finely detailed process of managing their staff’s units,' Kelaita added.-TradeArabia News Service
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