2017 UAE Real Estate Trends: Digital Update

This article was originally published in propertyfinder Trends Report 2017 – click here to read online (Adobe Flash required) or click here to download PDF instead. To request a printed Report, please email us on marketing@propertyfinder.ae


Agent profiles on mobile

Over 2,000 brokers feature on our dedicated “Find Agent” section of our website to help househunters and their right property quicker. Now mobile users can also contact their agents faster as Agent profiles also feature on the mobile version of our portal.

myCRM, propertyfinder’s CRM system, has now over 500 local and international clients from the MENA region. With highly anticipated V3 now fully established, myCRM’s performance and growth are exceptional. In just twelve months we’ve seen:

– 160% increase in clients

– Nearly 0.5 million leads per month

– 222% increase in published properties

– 5 times more registered owners

(Source: myCRM data, May 2017 vs May 2016)

myCRM has also launched market leading iOS and Android apps which lets brokers upload and publish listings straight from their smartphone, saving them valuable time and making it easier to manage stock on the go.

Available now from the Apple Store and Google Play.

 Request a free demo at mycrm.com

Brokers and developers in Saudi Arabia and Morocco are constantly on the go. Thanks to our Al Mosawiq by eSimsar and Sarouty broker apps, they can easily manage their real estate business and upload properties from their smartphone.

eSimsar is now available from the Apple Store and Google Play.


Sarouty.ma is also available from both Apple Store and Google Play.

Building Reviews

Househunters will soon be able to write building reviews for towers and areas they live in on propertyfinder’s new Review page to help us drive even more transparency in the market and help movers with their decision making process.


Alex Miauton

Chief Product Officer, Propertyfinder GROUP

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