Realopedia, the global realty e-marketplace established in Dubai, has launched its pioneering online booking platform for developers at the ongoing 16th Cityscape Global seminar and exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The relocation is an additional reflection of the growing convergence and consolidation of residential or commercial property technology (PropTech) into the vibrant property market in Dubai, the UAE, and internationally.
Realopedia, which located at Stand No. S3A01 of the event’s venue, developers programmers with significant business development chances through the newly released on the internet reservation platform, along with using them options to reach a comprehensive series of investors and customers.
As part of the Realopedia e-marketplace, signed up developers within their established jurisdictions or areas can post their stock with an alternative to harness 3D and virtual reality (VR) innovations to offer their prospective investors and customers a natural experience and a feeling of just what it is like to discover the actual systems. These premium real estate projects could now be quickly reserved by property purchasers - be it for their area, rate, and showcases - with the click of a finger. The online reservation platform has actually successfully made the innovative e-marketplace a gateway for capitalists to rapidly and easily reserve a property of their selection.
Laura Choueri, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Realopedia, said: "We are excited to present this global platform to our developers as a new enhancement to our profile of technology-focused solutions. The launch comes at a favorable time when residential or commercial property purchasers are utilizing next-generation devices to gain access to valuable information. Increasingly more tech-savvy capitalists are taking advantage of the full potential of contemporary and sophisticated devices to look for and purchase residential or commercial property according to their preference and preference instead of just depending greatly on traditional methods for information.”
"The on-line booking platform for programmers is an innovative offering that will certainly bring investors' experience to the next level. In our online community, customers could connect with signed up agents and brokers, along with reach out to agents who could represent them globally under DPAP, the ‘Developers Preferred Agents Program’," she added.
Realopedia will introduce its 'Make an Offer’ scheme genuine estate representatives, whose building is registered based on the regulations of Dubai Land Department and the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) in Dubai or main regulative bodies in their respective countries. The amazing new concept is readied to go online next month and is anticipated to offer agents a big press in regards to promoting properties they carry deal.
Technology is progressively being embraced within the UAE property market, with investors making use of digital devices in order to help them arrive at an educated choice. A latest HSBC study reveals that UAE residence purchasers go on the internet to seek available properties (72 percent); examine the worth of their present residence (67 percent); discover taxes and guidelines (65 per cent): study where to live (65 per cent), and explore potential house costs (64 per cent). Inning accordance with Choueri, this key fad of technology combination is just the start.
Realopedia has recently developed a first-of-a-kind strategic alliance with the region's leading shopping website Souq.com, a subsidiary of Amazon, leveraging on its global accessibility and digital competence to broaden market reach for all its stakeholders and online users.