Friday, June 19, 2009

Al Reef Villas most popular among mid-income group

According to The Specialists, a provider for total property solutions, Al Reef Villas in Abu Dhabi which include residential properties for mid-income sector, are one of the most popular offerings.
The projected demand of about 100,000 housing units in Abu Dhabi continues to be driven by a major supply gap in the mid-income level.

With residential properties being much in demand in Abu Dhabi, the investor interest continues to remain strong. The Specialists have begun offering units from Al Reef Villas in the market.

The General Manager of The Specialists, Sobhi Agha, agreed that the company has received huge numbers of bookings and reservations on a daily basis for properties within the integrated development project.

The Specialists recently entered into a contract with developer Manazel Real Estate, to offer a complete range of real estate solutions, including leasing, sales, and property management services for Al Reef Villas in the Capital.

Al Reef Villas are the first planned community in the UAE, exclusively for the middle class. The villas offer an integrated environment with a range of lifestyle options, all in a single location. Located in proximity to the Al Raha Beach, the villas come in four themes - Desert, Mediterranean, Arabic and Contemporary. The housing complex also includes several modern apartments in various styles.

Among the various amenities in Al Reef Villas are verdant public parks, lush landscaped gardens, swimming pools, health clubs, retail area, mosque, educational facilities, medical clinic, 24-hour concierge, and high-tech equipment to secure all properties.

The Specialists offers a comprehensive range of services, covering all aspects of property transactions in commercial and residential markets, either for sale or for lease. The company also offers property management services to several of its clients in the UAE. It is also planning expansion across other major markets in the Middle East, including Lebanon.

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