IQI Bangladesh | JUWAI IQI partners with prominent Dhaka real estate company

Asian real estate technology group Juwai IQI has established IQI Bangladesh in partnership with prominent Bangladeshi real estate company DreamFinder Ltd. This new real estate agency will be the Bangladeshi arm of the group’s IQI network. IQI Bangladesh will represent buyers, sellers, investors, and renters, helping them acquire real estate in both Bangladesh and around the globe.

IQI Bangladesh provides developers with a single, end-to-end solution for marketing and selling their new homes to buyers, locally and worldwide. More than 10 million Bangladeshis live and work in the Middle East and remit US$15 billion to the country each year. IQI Bangladesh will also ensure that local buyers of overseas properties have access to more than 6 million property listings in 111 countries.

The number of agents in the IQI network has tripled over the 18 months to over 15,000. This expansion has occurred via organic growth in Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, the Philippines, China and India, Pakistan, Singapore, Turkey, New Zealand, and Bangladesh.

Aniqa Alam will become the Country Manager of IQI Bangladesh.

“This partnership with Juwai IQI is precious to our team. We needed an international partner with the most advanced technology and world-leading expertise in training and skills development. As IQI Bangladesh, we expect to accelerate our rapid growth, to the benefit of our agents and our clients.

“In the future, we expect to expand the services we offer to include real estate asset management, consultancy, development, and valuation.

Juwai IQI Group Co-Founder and CEO Kashif Ansari said:

“We are thrilled to be working with Aniqa Alam and her entire team at DreamFinder. They are the best in the industry.

“Bangladesh is a market that rewards first-class real estate services and high-quality new development. Bangladesh is rapidly growing and large, with a population of some 160 million. The metro area of Dhaka alone has 21 million residents, and the city is densely populated by global standards, making the real estate industry even more important.

“With our global network, we can help *non-resident Bangladeshis who work there to purchase property for themselves and their family back home.”


Juwai IQI Group Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Georg Chmiel said:

“This expansion in Bangladesh is important to us, as it increases our coverage in Asia and increases our footprint in a country with a fast-growing but underserved real estate market and economy.

“As a group, we use technology to enable real estate transactions. Juwai IQI offers an end-to-end solution to real estate developers, landlords, and agents anywhere in the world. We support them across the entire marketing process and sell the property to Asian buyers, both domestically and overseas.

“We are not a traditional real estate company, but a technology company that also has more than 15,000 real estate agents on the ground in more than 16 countries. Our end-to-end, advertising and sales business model will enable Bangladeshis to buy, sell, and rent property just down the street or around the globe.”

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*A non-resident Bangladeshi (NRB) implies a Bangladeshi citizen living abroad with valid status. This could either be as a foreign country’s permanent resident or with a valid work permit.


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