DP targets International Property Show

DP targets International Property Show
This marks the third year that DP has partnered with the real estate consumer event.
Published: 20 March 2017 - 7:20 a.m.
By: Rajiv Ravindran Pillai

Dubai Properties (DP) has announced its continued partnership with the International Property Show (IPS) taking place from 2 - 4 April, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE. This marks the third year that the real estate developer has partnered with the only real estate consumer event in the region that allows retail sales and purchases for both local and international properties.

Masood Al Awar, chief officer commercial at Dubai Properties, said: “Our participation at the International Property Show will highlight our continued role in the growth and development of Dubai’s real estate market over the last decade. This is a perfect platform for us to showcase our projects to an estimated 16,000 visitors and carry out direct sales to

our end-users. With a broad choice for end-users and investors in residential and commercial real estate, across the full spectrum of the market, we have something for everyone.”


Supported by the Dubai Land Department (DLD), International Property Show is a platform for both International and local real estate markets to showcase their residential, commercial and mixed-use real estate products and to conduct serious transactional business. IPS 2017 is set to be the most exciting show yet with 100 exhibitors from 40 countries,

as well as the debut of the ‘Real Estate Brokers Village’. The show also provides consumers and real estate professionals from Dubai and around the world with a ‘one-stop shop’ opportunity to capitalise on the best property deals locally and internationally.

According to a recent survey by global real estate services company Cluttons, Dubai overtook London as the most preferred property investment location for 2017. Expo 2020 is also bringing great focus to the real estate market with developers expected to continue to invest in the development of affordable properties in the surrounding expo area. Investors and end-users are also set to benefit from the changes to the legislation surrounding real estate transactions which is expected to increase transparency and investor confidence in the market. Indeed, a recent announcement by the DLD showed that the total value of real estate transactions had already reached $11.4bn in the first 45 days of 2017.

Since its launch over 10 years ago, DP has delivered over 38,000 homes and 158,000m2 of office and retail space becoming the master-developer of choice that designs and delivers inspiring destinations making life in Dubai ever more enjoyable and exciting.

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