Leading real estate and investment management specialist Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has formed a strategic partnership with NelsonPark Property, a real estate brokerage firm located in Qatar. This partnership aims to provide development consulting services to encourage residential real estate investments.
The unique relationship will encourage investments in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. But it will also play a key role in promoting residential real estate transactions in Qatar.
According to a recent JLL research, Middle Eastern investors in London now have a window of opportunity due to the weakened pound. So, this partnership is taking shape at an ideal moment in time.
WHAT THE PARTNERSHIP HAS TO OFFER
NelsonPark Property will have access to JLL's expertise and a broad range of services thanks to this exclusive partnership. This agreement covers investing and consulting services for residential real estate in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Additionally, JLL will have the chance to work with NelsonPark Property on several of Qatar's most recognizable residential real estate developments.
As a result of their strategic partnership, NelsonPark Property will be able to take advantage of JLL's services and knowledge throughout the world. This will allow them to better serve their clients and grow the residential real estate market in Qatar.
IDEAL TIMING OF THE PARTNERSHIP
This collaboration is timely as Qatar prepares to host the FIFA 2022 World Cup, commencing on the 20th of November for two weeks. Qatar is anticipated to attract 1.2 million football enthusiasts from all around the world throughout the tournament. So, the partnership between JLL and NelsonPark Property comes at a convenient time.
In the months to come, there will likely be a strong demand for both residential and commercial properties. This is due to international events like the World Cup and other real estate market changes in Qatar.
Through this partnership, Qatari nationals and expatriates will be able to diversify their assets in London and other regions of the United Kingdom. They will equally benefit from the guidance that will be made available on real estate in Qatar, the Middle East, and abroad.