DSOA picks Harbor Real Estate as sales agent
Dubai, January 17, 2010
Harbor Real Estate has been appointed sales and leasing agent by Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority for its Cedre Villas project in Dubai.
The company will be the agent for 400 villas of the total 1,047 units at the development.
The ready community villas comprise Executive villas, Twin villas and Townhouses. Cedre Villas units, which are available for as low as Dh553/sq ft, feature 3 and 4 bedrooms.
“The villas of the Cedre Villas project offer 40 per cent more space than any other villa in Dubai from the same category,” stated Mohanad Alwadiya, managing director of Harbor Real Estate.
Buyers can enjoy special discounts and value added offers that are uniquely presented by Harbor Real Estate along with 90 per cent pre-approved financing up to 25 years and the option of 1 year in-house payment plan for owner-occupiers.
In addition to that, residents will enjoy state of the art restaurants, clubhouses, schools and nursery, playgrounds, swimming pools, shopping facilities and supermarkets, including Spinneys.
“The Cedre Villas project in Dubai Silicon Oasis is a landmark development which comprises spectacular villas,” added Waleed Bin Shafie, director of Real Estate Sales at Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority.
The completed homes at the gated community, which were finished by one of the leading construction companies - Arabtec Holding, occupy the best lifestyle money can buy, he added.
Dubai Silicon Oasis is a wholly-owned entity of the Government of Dubai and operates as a free zone technology park for the semiconductor, microelectronic and other high technology-based companies looking to set up their regional headquarters and R&D facilities in the Middle East and Africa region.-TradeArabia News Service
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