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Slade Property Drums Up Specialised Real Estate Solutions in Myanmar

Property consultancy firm Slade Property Services (SPS) Myanmar said it is providing clients in Yangon with “exceptional and specialised” real estate solutions at competitive costs.

While property investment and sales can be troublesome anywhere in the world, buying or selling a real estate property especially in Yangon is cumbersome and might take years of practice and experience to seal a deal without any issues.

“Dealing with real estate properties are hectic to many as the process involved is complex and cumbersome. Even a minor mistake can lead to hefty losses in no time,” said a spokesperson of the company, which is a wing of Singapore-based Slade Property Services Asia Pte Ltd.

Slade Property said it applies “innovative marketing ideas and strategies” to sign a deal that can bring the best possible returns to the buyers or sellers.

“The market is fast evolving and it increases the risk of losses as well. Without professional expertise dealing with real estate processes can be detrimental. Only experts with years of experience have the ability to fix the issues and help the clients accomplish the best returns possible,” the spokesperson said.

Slade claimed its estate agents realise the potential risks associated with the market and utilise the necessary marketing tools to help the clients achieve the deals on time.

A realtor at SPS said: “We understand commercial projects are expensive … We are specialised in dealing with the commercial real estate properties and have served multiple clients so far. The Yangon market has transformed dramatically and we have up-to-date knowledge on how to satisfy the needs of clients planning to invest or sell a property here.”

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