International Property Week inaugurated with 130 exhibitors from 30 plus countries
The International Property Show 2006, comprehensive annual trade exhibition for international and Middle East property markets, was inaugurated yesterday (Tuesday, 21st February 2006) at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, by Sheikh Makhtoum bin Mohammed bin Rashed Al Makhtoum. The Show is organized as part of the International Property Week by Strategic Marketing and Exhibitions in co-operation with The Domus Group, and will run till Thursday, the 23rd of February 2006.
The Show has attracted a comprehensive selection of world-class developers, ancillary services and finance providers and serious investors. Nakheel, Deyaar Development, Dubai Properties, Al Tamir, Al Attar, ETA Star, IFA H&R, Oman’s PRD NationWide and Bahrain’s Riffa View are part of the lineup of exhibitors looking to showcase selected real estate projects at the Show. Exhibitors are also showcasing fully automated “smart home” concepts.
On its second day (Wednesday, 22nd February 2006) at 5:50 p.m., the Show is hosting a live auction in co-operation with the Dubai Land Department for residential and commercial land in Dubai’s Mamzar area Dubai.
The second day of the Show will also host a live auction by the first Omani real estate company, Majan Gulf Properties LLC, which will auction off land in the Sultanate of Oman. The developer’s noteworthy projects include the Khasab family Resort as well as a 1 million sq. metre residential and commercial complex in Suhar, Sultanate of Oman.
Dawood Shezawi, Managing Director, Strategic Marketing, said, “The International Property Show is looking to interactively facilitate the purchase of attractive properties Our emphasis on auctions is meant to signify that the International Property Show is not about mere exhibition, but active investment. We are expecting in excess of 15,000 visitors this year, including international delegations from countries such as Germany.”
The International Property Show is being held as part of the International Property Week, coinciding with several industry-related workshops, a property conference, site visits and development launches.
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