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SPF realty receives coveted accolade as Arabian property awards’ winners are announced
The event is part of the International Property Awards.
November 3, 2010 3:31 by Rasha Reslan
Those hoping to source the ultimate property professionals across the Middle East and North Africa would be well advised to start and end their search with the winners of a highly acclaimed property industry competition. The Arabian Property Awards in association with Bloomberg Television have just been revealed, putting a number of leading companies firmly under the spotlight. One of these rightly proud winners is SPF Realty which has won an award in the category of Best Real Estate Website. Winners will be invited to attend a high profile gala dinner at the Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai on October 26th where they will be presented with their awards.
The event is part of the International Property Awards, the world’s most prestigious competition dedicated to finding the best real estate professionals across the globe. The fact that SPF Realty has won one of these coveted awards is proof that Middle East / UAE is not only able to compete at this level but also triumph within the highly competitive Arabian property arena.
Later this year, top scoring winners from the Arabian Property Awards will compete against other winning companies from Europe, Africa, the UK, the Americas and Asia Pacific to find the ultimate World’s Best in each category.
Much of the judging was carried out by the International Property Awards’ esteemed panel of judges at the London offices of Bloomberg Television but entries were also outsourced to leading experts in each particular field throughout the world. This year’s judges included Luke McKend, industry head property markets of Google UK; Peter Bolton King, group chief executive of the National Federation of Property Professionals; Christopher Hall, president elect of FIABCI; Thijs Stoffer, International Consortium of Real Estate Agents Association (ICREA); Fiona Nixon, chairman of the Australia Institute of Architects, Hendrik Nelde, president of FIABCI Belgium; Helen Shield, editor-in-chief of International Homes Luxury Collection magazine and Sven Johns, CEO of the German Real Estate Association.