Driven Properties becomes first brokerage to be awarded Forbes Global Properties membership in the Middle East
Forbes Global Properties, the exclusive worldwide residential real estate partner of Forbes, has added Dubai-based Driven Properties to its network of top global real estate firms. Membership to this network is by invitation only and marks the first addition from the Middle East.
As a member of this exclusive network, Driven Properties will capitalize on Forbes’ engaged audience of more than 100 million monthly global visitors to connect, inspire, and inform affluent potential homebuyers and sellers about the finest properties for sale. Forbes Global Properties extends luxury branding and marketing services to some of the world’s premier real estate firms in approximately 130 locations across the U.S., Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East, and Mexico.
“Dubai shines at the intersection of luxury and real estate, attracting the attention of domestic and international buyers alike,” said Alex Lange, CEO of Forbes Global Properties. “We are proud to welcome Driven Properties to our network of leading luxury property experts. The team's deep, data-backed market expertise and reputation for approaching each interaction with the highest level of personalized service, makes them the ideal ambassador to this exciting market."
Through Driven Properties, the Forbes Global Properties’ site now includes luxury residences throughout Dubai. With a proven track record of more than US $6 billion in aggregate sales, the brokerage is credited with several of Dubai's largest transactions in ultra-high-end projects including the Bulgari Residences, Jumeirah Bay Island, One at Palm Jumeirah, and the Dorchester Residences. Driven Properties will also soon present one of the most luxurious projects seen in recent years, set to become a haven for ultra-high-net-worth individuals. Nestled on a private island with impressive views of the sea and Dubai’s skyline, Sea Mirror consists of 18 villas that offer luxury island living, starting from US $20 million.