As interest in Dubai’s real estate continues to rise as limited new builds in prime areas come to market, the emirate’s biggest Indian property expo looks set to attract thousands of visitors.
- Over 15,000 visitors will attend Dubai’s biggest Indian property expo in June
- Interest in the emirate’s property market has been stimulated by limited new supply in prime residential areas
- Indians top the list of foreign investors in Dubai property, spending almost £4 billion in 2015
Developers from around the world will showcase key projects before more than 15,000 potential visitors at the Indian Property Show in Dubai next month.
Indians top the list of foreign investors in Dubai property, spending almost £4 billion in 2015.
Organised by Sumansa Exhibitions and with free entry on all three days, the show will be open to visitors from 11am to 8pm every day at the Dubai World Trade Centre Za’abeel Hall 5 from June 2 to 4.
The event will give potential buyers a broader view and better understanding of various existing and upcoming real estate developments, with an opportunity for face-to-face interaction with various developers, it stated.
- Srividya, General Manager for Corporate Sales and Brand Engagement for Sumansa Exhibitions, said: “Our exhibition has helped several Indian developers build credibility and create brand awareness through positive word of mouth. Also, they can find new customers and fortify relationships with existing ones. This expo helps spread knowledge on current realty trends in India which will help investors to make informed decisions.”
The Indian Property Show allows visitors to compare prices of residential, commercial and mixed-use units and helps them take a decision on the exhibition floor itself.
Interest in Dubai real estate has been stimulated as investors see increased value for money in the market, especially in the prime residential sector. Coupled with limited availability of new supply in established prime residential areas and the upcoming Expo 2020, the Dubai property market outlook continues to be steady.