New real estate services firm launched by Qatar's Regency Group
- Qatar: Tuesday, January 22 - 2013 at 06:30
Qatar-based Regency Group Holding has announced the launch of a new firm to provide the local market with real estate services, Gulf Times has reported. The new company, called Escrow International, will be overseen by Al Asmakh Real Estate Development Co, the realty arm of the Regency Holding Group. It will "provide safe and secured real estate transactions, thereby facilitating the transfer of real property with ease and help in reducing losses and financial risks that customer may face," said Fadi Barakeh, general manager of Al Asmakh Real Estate Development Co.
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