Leading property developers, consultants, traders and investors from over 100 countries will head to Dubai, UAE, this April to take part in the biggest edition of International Property Show 2016.
The 12th edition of the Middle East’s biggest property sales platform for local and international real estate will run from April 11 to 13 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
It is a one-stop shop opportunity for investors, end users, consumers and real estate professionals from the Middle East and the rest of the world, said the event organisers Strategic marketing & Exhibitions.
Over the past ten years, the exhibition had attracted around 99,883 visitors, with the UAE generating the highest value of deals. An average of 13,680 sq m of display area was allocated every year for this leading property show.
The show, which is accredited by the Dubai Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Rera), will this year see a 25 per cent increase in the number of exhibitors, it stated.
Unveiling the show details, Dawood Al Shezawi, the president of Strategic marketing & Exhibitions,
said: “The 12th edition is focused on attracting participations from the most sought-after markets by UAE investors such as Turkey, India, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, and Egypt.”
“New markets on the exhibition’s radar includeAustralia, Poland, Spain, Portugal, and Greece. These markets are categorized under the most promising regions for UAE investors,” he noted.
According to him, the International Property Show has triggered transactions of over $40 billion between 2006 and 2015.
Licensed by Rera, the show is the only one of its kind that provides direct real estate transactions on its floorwhere all exhibitors are officially entitled to collectdown payments for transactions madeas well as presenting title deeds topurchasers at the show, he added.
Since inception, the exhibition remains the only of its kind focused on B2B and B2C meetings, said Al Shezawi.
“The exhibition does not target specific regions, but it boasts an international reach to explore new vital real-estate destinations that could carry promising real estate investment opportunities, allowing visitors to benefit fromthe high ROI in these markets,” he added.
Over 70 per cent of the five-hall exhibiting area is sold out at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, including a debut Pakistan Pavilion over an area of 645 sq m, said the organisers.
Also, the event allocated many platforms for seminars, government presentations and other presentations about promising investment opportunities, they added.
Being held alongside the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM), the world’s premier emerging markets-focused FDI event held for the past six years in Dubai and organised by the UAE Ministry of Economy, will further boost the importance of this show and its leading role in the regional property sector, said Kamran Mehdiyev, the IPS project director.
On the new additions this year, Al Shezawi said: “Investment immigrants visas are on offer to various destinations in Europe and Australia, where visitors can obtain permanent residence visas to these counties when investing in real-estate.”
“Moreover, the exhibition developments include discounted offers on unit sale prices, following coordination between the organisers and the exhibitors,” he added.
A highlight of this year’s show will be the display of modern sustainable technologies and trends that are conquering the market, such as the ‘recyclable houses’ along other topics such as the security and quality of the real estate projects.-TradeArabia News Service