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International Property Show Begins at Dubai

03/04/2017

International Property Show Begins at Dubai

The Middle East' s biggest international property sales platform catering both local and international real estate markets has been kicked off in Dubai, on Sunday April 2nd, 2017. It is the 13th edition of International Property Show opened with leading global real estate firms showcasing their premium residential and commercial projects in the region. International Property Show is first of its kind of reality show, which is authorized by Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) to conduct on-the-spot sales and transactions under one roof.

The show is being organized in conjunction with the Annual Investment Meeting, which gives exhibitors an added opportunity to meet potential investors. Besides leading Emirati companies, several key real estate firms from across the globe such as Saudi Arabia, China, USA, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Morocco, and Jordan are taking part in this venture.

It is learnt that the participants are few of the most renowned players of the industry including Cyprus Trade Centre, Dubai Real estate Institute, Keyland Corporation and many others. The Property Show is the leading consumer event that is also supported by the Dubai Land Department and provides a perfect platform for both international and local real estate markets to showcase their residential, commercial and mixed-use real estate projects and conduct business transactions as well.

And as we can observe that Dubai realty market is showing stability and continuous growth, IPS is set to be the most exciting show providing both consumers and professionals to capitalise on the best property deals across the globe.

Top notch players of the UAE real estate such as Dubai Properties are showcasing their residential and commercial units for end-users and investors across full spectrum of the realty market. Dubai Properties has an extensive portfolio of developments spanning across 14 upcoming projects across the residential and commercial sectors. All these projects are uniquely positioned to deliver the residential, commercial and retail developments that will be center to Dubai' s continued economic growth and diversification.

"Dubai continues to be a favoured real estate investment destination, maintaining its status as a stable and mature property market," said Masoud Al Awar, the chief officer (commercial) at Dubai Properties. Supported by a buyer profile consisting of end users, expats, long-term investors and first-time buyers, the market is less sensitive to external factors and encourages expat spending.

European real estate companies also encouraging potential buyers with valuable incentives and offers at International Property Show.