2nd Floor, Building 2648, Maz Business Centre, The Lagoon Amwaj Island
Welcome to Chestertons Bahrain. Bahrain is known for its forts; the Riffa fort demonstrates traditional Bahraini fortification architecture whilst the Bahrain fort was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. Most recently, Bahrain is known as the first landing site for Concorde, flown by British Airways from London in January 1976. Museums and mosques are abundant with the Al Fatih Mosque and the Bahrain's Grand Mosque, offering tours in English and Arabic. Bahrain has embraced its mixed population with cuisine from all over the world reflected in the local food scene.
Bahrain - which means “two seas” - was one of the first states in the Gulf to discover oil and to build a refinery.BBC
Based in Dubai, Dennis is responsible for managing and growing the international sales department across Chestertons' 120 global offices. He leads the team to win new homes mandates and introduce systems to help increase sales performance. With over 14 years industry experience which includes senior management roles with leading property developers in the UAE and senior positions in the Far East.
Chestertons sit on the valuation panels of over 60 banks regionally – so we understand how to create reports which fully address our clients' requirements.
Chestertons MENA's dedicated Consulting and Research team is able to map most markets and areas of potential risk, supported by detailed analysis
Real estate agency is right at the heart of our business. We sell and lease over AED 200 million worth of property in the region every year.
Our New Homes team specialises in marketing, selling and advising on new homes and residential developments, offering advice to both buyers and developers.
Through our dedicated facilities management teams, we are able to maintain tight control of budgets and ensure each asset is maintained to the best and most economic standard.