Emaar ranks Mira Estate among the best real estate brokers for the first quarter

Dubai’s leading developer, Emaar Properties, has recognized Mira Estate as Dubai’s top real estate agency in the first quarter for securing sales deals worth AED370 million ($100 million) for Emaar alone and of AED 1 billion ($270 million) in total during the three-month period. .

As its property sales jumped 17%, Emaar Properties made a record profit of AED2.24 billion ($610 million) in the first quarter of 2022, with Mira Estate being the top contributor among real estate agencies in Dubai.

Led by young female entrepreneur Tamara Getigezheva, the company quickly expanded into hospitality and property management through Mira Holiday Homes and Mira Hotels.

Less than a year after its establishment, Mira Estate was awarded Best Estate Agent by Emaar, among several other awards from leading developers such as Dubai Properties and Deyaar.

Two years after its establishment, Mira Estate has become one of the largest real estate brokerages in Dubai. The company also quickly expanded into hospitality and property management through Mira Holiday Homes and Mira Hotels.

“We are honored to receive the number one real estate agency award from Emaar Properties. This is a testament to the tenacity of our team and our rapid growth alongside leading developers in Dubai,” said Getigezheva, CEO and Partner of Mira Estate.

Over the past seven years, she has maintained her position as one of the most successful real estate brokers in Dubai.

Getigezheva has been leading the real estate market since she started her career as a real estate consultant at age 22. In her first 4 years as a real estate consultant, she alone achieved over AED 1 billion ($3.7 billion) in sales.

“Less than a year after its establishment, Mira Estate was awarded Best Estate Agent by Emaar, among several other awards from top developers such as Nakheel and Sobha,” she added.

In 2022 so far, Mira Estate surpassed AED2.5 billion in property sales, capitalizing on the influx of investors from Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries to Dubai.-TradeArabia News Service