|10 November, 2019

Demand in Property Management services driving Sharjah business growth

Savills Sharjah Team is expanding

Demand in Property Management services driving Sharjah business growth

Sharjah: Savills, the Middle East’s leading real estate services provider, has announced the expansion of its Sharjah Office following the increase in demand for their management, leasing and advisory services. The growth of the Northern Emirates business follows a recent Savills report on the Sharjah residential market that shows positive trends and increasing demand for real estate services in the Emirate, particularly in the areas defined as ‘Emerging Sharjah’. 

With the growth of the Savills property management portfolio across the UAE, the new expansion will position Savills Sharjah as a strategic centre of excellence for the business regionally. Doubling the size of the office will also provide the space needed to build on the sustained growth of both the agency and advisory departments. The teams deliver a market-leading service as the only provider of its kind to offer rich data insights for the Northern Emirates markets.

Suzanne Eveleigh, Head of Sharjah – Savills, who will be speaking during the 5th edition of the Sharjah FDI Forum, said: “Over the past 18 months, Savills’ Sharjah has seen our management portfolio grow by over 50% and there continues to be positive demand for our leasing and advisory services. Despite a general slow down in the Northern Emirate markets, we see significant opportunities and believe this to be a great time to invest in expanding this part of our business. We aim to further enhance client and customer experience with this new expansion.”

The expanded office provides a modern open plan flexible work environment that will encourage greater collaboration between colleagues and foster internal networking opportunities. The office incorporates innovative design ideas that allow for a more efficient use of space as well as providing a variety of breakout areas, meeting spaces and recreational features. The new expansion will also eliminate the reliance on single use plastics and reduce paper waste almost entirely.


About Savills

Savills is a global real estate services provider listed on the London Stock Exchange. Savills operates from over 600 owned and associate offices, employing more than 35,000 people in over 60 countries throughout the Americas, the UK, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, offering a broad range of specialist advisory, management and transactional services to clients all over the world.

For further information, please contact: www.savills.ae 
Toh PR / +971 (0)4 382 8900 / savills@tohpr.com 

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