Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In its quest to discover the best real estate agency in Arabia, the International Property Awards in London invited the finest real estate companies to present their businesses and detail the services offered. The judging committee chaired by two active members of the House of Lords scrutinised hundreds of entries and Driven Properties has been informed that it has won an Arabian Property Award for Best Real Estate Agency.
A host of the Middle East’s finest developers, architects, interior designers and real estate agents will gather at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai on Thursday, November 12th, 2015. There, in the presence of Lord Best, chairman of the judges for real estate categories, the results of the Arabian Property Awards will be announced.
Entries were received from companies in 12 countries across Arabia and winning entrants will be presented with either a ‘Highly Commended’ or ‘5-Star’ award. The top scoring 5-star winners will then go forward to represent Arabia in the 2015-2016 International Property Awards. They will compete against other regional winners from Africa, Europe, Canada, the Caribbean, USA, Central & South America, the UK and Asia Pacific to find the ultimate World’s Best in each category.
Stuart Shield, President of the International Property Awards, said, “Once again, Arabian real estate agents, property consultants and lettings agencies have excelled in this competition by offering an extensive range of superb services, embracing the latest in new technology and achieving exemplary levels of customer support.”
Abdullah Alajaji, Founder and Managing Director of Driven Properties, acknowledged, “This award is the result of hard work and dedication of over 100 real estate professionals towards one vision, and that is to be the best at every aspect this industry offers. It is a pleasure to see our success being recognized and rewarded. This year also marks our first franchise agreement, which further strengthens our brand awareness and ultimately, brand equity.”