Connect with real estate professionals who are registered with real estate associations business group in the countries in which they are operating.
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) is one of Canada’s largest single-industry trade Associations. Our membership includes more than 100,000 real estate brokers, agents and salespeople, working through 100 real estate Boards and Associations across Canada.
Organized real estate in Canada is almost as old as the country itself. Tpadding-top: 0;he very first real estate board was set up in 1888 in the growing community of Vancouver. The first couple of decades of the 20th Century saw the creation of real estate boards in several cities across Canada.
Real estate in India makes an enormous contribution to development of the economy, national growth and GDP. Real estate has forward and backward linkages with over one hundred and sixty-five industries and is the largest employment generator, perhaps only after agriculture. However, despite the significance of this industry, it has always remained a very disorganized one.
While the building materials, construction equipment, finance and builder segment of the industry have fairly improved their business practices and a reasonably good degree of professionalism has come about, the transaction processes continue to remain by and large backward and in need of urgent reform.
The realtors or brokers who are the interface with the consumers in the transaction processes are the most important human resource and like in the business chain. They provide the advice, information and negotiate the deals and in short, make the markets. Unless this segment of the real estate industry is reformed and elevated to international standard practices, investor confidence will be difficult to emerge. Ultimately, on the one hand, it is the globalised investment opportunities in Indian economy which are at stake and on the other, the end consumers.
India has several thousands of realtors or brokers operating in over 35 metropolitan cities. They represent interests of large corporations on the one side and domestic consumers on the other. NAR-INDIA has been fashioned not only as a single national level umbrella organization representing the interests of thousands of realtors/brokers operating all over the country, but also an organization which aims to elevate the standards of practice of the real estate brokerage business to a global level where ethics, transparency, accountability, rule of law and good governance prevail.
Chartered by the National Association of Realtors in 1920, this year MIAMI marks 95 years of service to Realtors, the buying and selling public, and the communities in South Florida. MIAMI has grown its membership from 162 in the beginning to more than 40,000 in the present day, making it the Largest Local Association in the nation.
Since its inception in late 1973, the Panamanian Association of Real Estate Brokers and Developers (ACOBIR), has executed an important job on behalf of the interests of the Real Estate industry. This has been done with the cooperation of all Members that believe and share their vision and mission.
The Panamanian Association of Real Estate Brokers and Developers (ACOBIR), is a nonprofit organization that brings together the most prestigious Real Estate Brokerage and Developer Companies.
Our contributions to the industry include participating in the legislative proposals for the establishment of incentives, cooperation in the enactment of laws for traditional benefits for the sector, and our participation in various national and collective issues, leave no doubt of the important role that ACOBIR plays in benefit of all us who are part of this great industry.
Moreover, the organization of seminars, forums and fairs, for the promotion and marketing of Real Estate and their services, are part of ACOBIR’s contribution to our industry.
The voice of the retail industry for retailers, shopping centre owners, management, service providers and all retail professionals in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
Our role is to facilitate your business and to raise your personal profiles locally, regionally and globally. The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres is the largest regional organization representing the Retail Industry in the Middle East & North Africa.
Our mission is to provide the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge while being a catalyst in the development of the retail industry in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
Established in 1994, MECSC has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 1,000 industry professionals from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing shopping mall owners, developers, marketing managers, leasing managers and specialists, retailers, consultants, property managers, financiers, accountants, government officials and industry suppliers.
Affiliated to the New York based International Council of Shopping Centers (www.icsc.org), MECSC provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.
AmCham Dubai was the first bilateral trade organization established in the UAE and operates under the local patronage of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry. AmCham Dubai is an international affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC. AmCham Dubai’s membership is comprised of American Fortune 500 companies, SMEs, large and small UAE organizations, and well as American and Emirati professionals.For more information please visit www.amchamdubai.org
The Canadian Business Council assists Canadian-related companies and professionals establishing or operating/working in Dubai and the UAE, through business networking and connections, information exchange, and a continued connection to Canada.
As one of the largest and most active UAE business councils and the biggest Canadian business council in the MENA region, CBC offers members the opportunity to build their business and government networks and also maintain a strong connection to Canada, through events, member discounts and other benefits and supports. It also offers sponsors an opportunity to access and connect with a substantial number of Canadian professionals and their networks.
With more than 500 members, CBC is enjoying its largest membership numbers since inception and is continuing to grow. CBC members represent a variety of industries, offering members the opportunity to make inroads in more than 25 business sectors. Becoming a CBC member or Sponsoring the CBC can enhance visibility and interaction with decision-makers/opinion-leaders in the Canadian-UAE business and government community, other regional Business Councils and associations and also Canadians considering setting up UAE businesses.
There is also an existing Memorandum of Understanding with our sister organization in Abu Dhabi, allowing members of either council to join Abu Dhabi or Dubai CBC events at the member rates:
Chartered by the National Association of Realtors in 1920, this year MIAMI marks 95 years of service to Realtors, the buying...
Since its inception in late 1973, the Panamanian Association of Real Estate Brokers and Developers ...
The voice of the retail industry for retailers, shopping centre owners, management, service providers and all retail professionals in ...
AmCham Dubai was the first bilateral trade organization established in the UAE and operates under the local patronage of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry ...
The Canadian Business Council assists Canadian-related companies and professionals establishing or operating/working in Dubai and the UAE ...