Services We Provide

New Methods is an ISO certified real estate company incorporated in 2008 as a limited liability company (W.L.L.) in Qatar. New Methods is founded and managed by Dr. Mohammed Asad Al-Emadi, who has over 27 years of multinational experience in management and real estate. New Methods Company is 100% owned by Asad Holding. The Company team consists of highly qualified employees. New Methods reported a total turnover of QR. 28 million. Real estate is the backbone and core business of the company. New Methods offer the following Services:

BROKERAGE (Leasing and Sales)
High-end quality of service to both buyer and seller is what we offer here in New Methods. From luxury apartments to investment opportunities, we believe in supporting every step of the day to secure the perfect property, and take care of everything in between.
Our specialist valuation team advises on all aspects of valuing companies, income generating assets, listed and unlisted securities, derivatives, structured credit, asset backed securities, intellectual property and intangible assets. In addition we offer the largest and most comprehensive real estate valuation capability of any of the major business advisory practices.
Property management refers to the overseeing and management of various commercial and residential real estate properties. This includes taking care of all the daily operations for a property including collecting rent, handling maintenance, tenant complaints and more. The amount of responsibilities property managers have depends on their contract with the landlord.
An initial real estate consultation with a real estate agent is the first step in your process to finding an agent who is a good fit for you. This is an important part of the process, since your agent will be working with you from start to finish and is the person who will be helping you find a place that you can call home.
The investigation or exercise of care that a reasonable business or person is normally expected to take before entering into an agreement or contract with another party. It can be a legal obligation. A common example of due diligence in various industries is the process through which a potential acquirer evaluates a target company or its assets for an acquisition.

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