Azizi Developments records 263% hike in broker registrations

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  • The developer has strengthened and expanded its broker relationships following the introduction of its revamped channel partner strategy
  • Higher commissions, weekly commission pay-outs, and rigorous broker training and assistance have contributed to the surge in registrations

Azizi Developments, a leading private developer in the UAE, has recorded an enormous jump of 263 percent  in international broker registrations within the last six months. 

The developer is placing an even stronger emphasis on its professional brokerage network as well as on outsourcing sales rather than executing them directly. This is to better cater to the diverse needs of its investors of over 100 nationalities.

Higher commissions, weekly commission pay-outs, and rigorous broker training and assistance have contributed to the surge in registrations. 

Broker sales alone have produced more than Dh875 million in revenue from January 21 to July 21, compared to Dh 129 million in 2020.

“It is a rewarding feeling to see our efforts in fostering strong relationships with our valued brokerage partners reflect in the number of registrations over the past 6 months,” 

Seun Omotosho, Head of Agency and Telesales at Azizi Developments, said: . We have implemented several new measures to support our brokers, including revamped commission pay-outs, discount and fixed-pricing policies, and enhanced marketing support.” 

Azizi Developments is a leading developer based in Dubai, UAE. It currently has approximately 100 ongoing projects that are to be delivered between 2020 and 2023, and an additional over 100 projects in planning, worth several billion US dollars, that are projected to be delivered between 2023 and 2025. 

 

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