Dubai – MENA Herald: High-end luxury real estate developer, DAMAC Properties, has announced the launch of its new service ‘My DAMAC Home’ for all customers with the handing over of their units.
The service ensures hassle-free operation through the finalization of all paperwork related to the ownership of the new property including the registration of all utilities services on behalf of the customers, including DEWA, Empower, du, Etisalat, and gas when applicable.
“At DAMAC Properties, we believe that we should provide our customers with the best service possible from the first interaction, starting from the sales journey to the delivery of the property. This includes all aspects of premium client servicing from our sales and customer relations teams,” said Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, DAMAC Properties.
McLoughlin added: “‘My DAMAC Home’ is the ‘extra mile’ free-of-charge complimentary service that we are providing for our customers to secure a hassle-free move into their units, saving them valuable time and efforts by taking on such basic yet important responsibility.”
DAMAC Properties customers who are yet to take over their units in Dubai can contact ‘My DAMAC Home’ team representatives for assistance by telephone on +971 4 704 7000 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DAMAC Properties has a wide range of stylish living options across Dubai, including private villas, townhouses and apartments within its two golf course communities, AKOYA by DAMAC and AKOYA Oxygen, a limited edition collection of fashion branded homes in collaboration with global brands such as Versace, FENDI, Paramount Hotels & Resorts, and Bugatti, as well as hotel apartments and hotels which allow individual investors to capitalize on the emirate’s booming tourism sector.
As of 30th September 2015, DAMAC Properties has delivered 14,375 homes and has a development portfolio of over 37,000 units at various stages of progress and planning. Included are more than 13,000 hotel rooms and serviced hotel apartments under development, which will be managed by its hospitality arm, DAMAC Hotels & Resorts.