Dubai real estate hotspots expand with ongoing robust growth, says International Property Show 2015
Newer areas to come under spotlight at the three-day show from March 30 to April 1, 2015
Dubai, UAE, 15th October 2014: Organisers of the International Property Show (IPS) 2015 say that property sector hotspots in Dubai are expanding, as interest is extending to new areas that were not considered “hot” a few years ago.
While areas like Downtown Dubai, Business Bay, The Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina have been the dominant players of Dubai real-estate sector, many unheralded areas are coming on the radar and they are expected to gain further prominence at the three-day exhibition.
Dawood Al Shezawi, CEO, Strategic Marketing & Exhibitions, organizers of the exhibition which will be held from 30 March – 1 April 2015, expects the sector to sustain current growth because demand still outstrips supply, opening up newer investment options for investors.
IPS 2015 is considered a one-of-kind specialised fair as it mainly target end-users who wish to do buy units on the spot. Al Shezawi said the show has been positioned as powerful retail platform targeting all types of potential buyers who can shop for properties with same ease and comfort as shopping for goods in a retail store.
Experts say that Dubai continues to hop a prominent position globally as a top performer when it comes to Return on Investment and rent yields, backed by strong legislation.
Al Shezawi added: “Hot real-estate zones are mainly measured by the demand they generate from all sorts of buyers. IPS will host all major players from the hot zones, in addition to many other ones who have agreed to customize their offering for our visitors at the end of first quarter of 2015.”
IPS coincides with the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) and both events are guaranteed to attract hordes of trade visitors. This edition of IPS will witness participation of up to 300 exhibitors.
“The maturity and stability of the Dubai real-estate sector is certain to attract more buyers and investors. We anticipate numerous deals and transaction on the exhibition floor itself. IPS will also serve as a venue for cementing partnerships and launch of major new projects.”
“We would like to encourage even small budget buyers to visit the IPS at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre and benefit from the never-before investment options, some with attractive installment plans.”
Speaking about international exhibitors at the show, Al Shezawi said that driven by a maturing market, transparent legislations and a growing appetite for property investment, international presence will be the highest at this edition of IPS 2015.
“We invite investors, developers, financiers, architects and consultants in property investment, development and construction to visit IPS and keep abreast of the latest market trends as well as meet with decision makers from the real-estate industry,” concluded Al Shezawi.