DAMAC Properties takes Dubai luxury real estate to the world

DUBAI, 5th October, 2015 (WAM) — Real estate developer DAMAC Properties is heading on a month-long international road-show to promote Dubai and highlight the strong business environment for overseas investment.

Taking place on three continents, the campaign will highlight Dubai as a safe and secure city, with substantial infrastructure investment, ease of doing business and efficient and reliable regulations in which to operate.

The company road-show will be in India, UK and Kenya at various events and exhibitions throughout October.

“Dubai remains one of the most attractive investment cities in the world,” said Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, DAMAC Properties. “With a safe and secure environment, appealing business terms, stunning weather and of course, some of the most beautiful homes anywhere, Dubai is well placed to attract overseas investment.”

“We have been very pleased with recent interest in Dubai real estate from many parts of the world and this road-show of events further highlights our desire to tell the Dubai story and welcome investors from all over,” he added.

DAMAC Properties will be at the Property Investor and Home Buyer Expo in London on 9th and 10th October, at the Times Property Show in Delhi from 10th and 11th October, and the Kenya Homes Expo in Nairobi from 15th-18th October.

Dubai is currently seeing a huge increase in tourism, with nine percent growth in visitors year-on-year, with the emirate welcoming more than seven million visitors in the first six months of 2015. Dubai International Airport is already the busiest in the world, serving more than 70 million travellers last year. Dubai is set to welcome 25 million tourists by 2020 as it hosts the World Expo.

DAMAC Properties is at the forefront of the luxury real estate industry in Dubai, with years of experience in delivering high quality luxury living throughout the emirate. The company has a number of limited edition homes in collaboration with global brands including Versace, FENDI, Paramount Hotels and Resorts, The Trump Organisation and Bugatti. It is also developing two championship-standard golf courses, one of which has been conceptualised by Tiger Woods Design.

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