With so many companies trying to make the most of the booming real estate sector, it has become difficult for real estate companies to woo the customers. However, it is not a problem for Damac Properties, based in Dubai, to attract attention to its projects and most of its projects get sold out as soon as the bookings open. Hussain Sajwani, founder, CEO and executive chairman of Damac Properties, continues to push the boundaries of the real estate sector to develop properties that are different and stands out. He has been the face of real estate in the Middle East region and is growing at a fast rate.
Hussain Sajwani is a famous personality in the United Arab Emirates and is also amongst the wealthiest Emirati in the country with the estimated net worth of approximately $4.5 billion. Hussain Sajwani is not only interested in the real estate, because he also keeps a close watch on the Forex and Equity market and regularly invests in these markets. He has also created DICO Investments as a dedicated firm that manages his investments globally and looks out for lucrative investment opportunities. Hussain Sajwani has a very bold outlook when it comes to the design and development of real estate properties. He ensures that there are no compromises when it comes to the development of the company’s projects and also hires internationally acclaimed architects to design his projects. Hussain Sajwani has also been socially active and is associated with many charities in the country where he donates on a regular basis to help local communities and people in need.
Last year, the conditions were not good for international trade, and it affected Damac Properties greatly. But, Hussain Sajwani feels that ups and downs will be there is any business, and he should not worry about it. He is already making plans to expand his business and is setting up a framework for the same. He is also a close friend of President Donald Trump, but do not want to use the friendship to expand his company. He also feels that he is just a friend and do not want to offer any political advice to him.