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UAE ranked Best Arab country for Remote Working 2021

DUBAI: The UAE ranked first in the Arab world and 31st globally in a recent report about the best countries for remote working, state news agency WAM has reported.

The report, issued by UK-based business phone system company Circle Loop, looked at which countries offered the best environment for remote working, taking into consideration internet speed, rental rates and happiness indices

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Beckham bites on Coulthard’s donut ๐Ÿฉ

In arguably one of the craziest real estate launch stunts ever performed, Formula One racing legend David Coulthard took to the top of the Miami’s tallest residential tower to spin some donuts – 700-feet off the ground!

And if that wasn’t exciting enough, fellow sporting superstar David Beckham just dropped a cool US $20M on a full-floor penthouse in the Zaha Hadid designed building. 

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What the Tech is going on?

Proptechs are reshaping how real estate is bought, sold, leased, and managed. And they are here to stay.

While traditional real estate practices such as in-person home tours arenโ€™t going away, everyone invested in real estate (that’s pretty much all of us) is re-examining how they will go about things in a post-COVID-19 world.

From the home search process, right through to auction and transaction platforms, there’s almost certainly a proptech solution that serves your needs.

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Who said the startup scene was drying up?

The UAEโ€™s Start-up scene is fit and healthy, and OVERWRITE.ai is the proof in the pudding.

The innovative web-application that instantly autowrites property marketing descriptions has recently closed a strategic Seed Funding round that it will use to fuel growth. Despite the numerous challenges that 2020 presented, OVERWRITE.ai has launched, grown and raised capital, all during COVID. 

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Failure rates among Dubai’s estate agents are way too high

This story has been published from an online news feed without modifications to the text by OVERWRITE. Only the image has been changed.

By Aakarshan Kathuria – Special to Gulf News

Sizable number of such businesses are going bust, and it’s not just to do with market. Even when all the evidence suggests otherwise, there is this perception that selling a home doesn’t require much beyond basic skillsets.

What does it take to be a successful agent or agency in the Dubai real estate market?

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