Seller Guide

The selling procedure will begin once you have found a buyer and both of you have agreed on price and all terms. To make your journey easier, we have listed the Seller Guidance below.


1. Choose your real estate agent

It's critical to choose an agent you can trust and with whom you can develop not just a professional but also a personal connection. It's important that you feel comfortable speaking openly and honestly with your agent.

2. Be Exclusive

Listing your property with one agent comes with a number of benefits. It give the broker some security over the listing, making them more likely to invest extra time and marketing know-how to attract buyers. It's also easier to deal with one, as opposed to multiple brokers. What's more over-exposure through different brokers can come across as desperate sales measure and attract low offers.

3. Marketing

A professional image of your property will be taken for use in our social media marketing.

4. Accepting Offer 

Our team will convey all available for you to choose the best option that suits your needs.

5. Agreement

Once an offer is accepted, our team will set up a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which is a contract between the seller and the buyer.

6. Transfer The Title Deed:

Transfer of the title deed to the buyer’s name

7. Documentation

Below documents are required to complete the property purchase procedure:

  • Original Passport and a copy
  • Original Power of Attorney document (if applicable)
  • Valid Visa copy (resident/tourist)
  • Valid Emirates ID copy (resident)
  • Original Title Deed and a copy
  • NOC