Dubai / Emirates Business
Dubai Land Department (DLD) will organise Dubai Property Show (DPS) – Mumbai and Luxury Property Show (LPS) – Shanghai, where the former will be held from December 7-10 in Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, India, and the latter on December 7 – 9 in the Shanghai Exhibition Centre in Shanghai, China.
HE Majida Ali Rashid, CEO of the Real Estate Promotion and Investment Management Sector at DLD, commented: “DLD is eager to establish a distinguished presence suitable to the size, location, and expectations of the shows, especially as they are being organised in two of the largest cities in Asia. The Real Estate Promotion and Investment Management Sector at DLD developed integrated promotional plans to support the exhibitors and participants, including major real estate developers in Dubai who are offering visitors a wide range of diverse and
luxurious properties catered to their needs, taking into account the diversity of the investors in these two cities.”
Rashid added: “Our participation in two simultaneous global events affirms our ongoing efforts to assist developers in targeting real estate investors.
“We have a cooperative and coordinated relationship with various participants, which allows us to highlight Dubai and its great investment horizon, as well as provide a detailed explanation of the real estate environment, the ease of doing business, real estate registration, and investment benefits that investors can receive,” added Rashid.
Indian investors make up the largest segment of property buyers in Dubai following UAE citizens, as the Emirate is one of their preferred destinations for investment, trade, tourism, and employment. The UAE and India have been in close relations for a long time, where Indians consider Dubai their ideal choice when investing money abroad as it offers unique advantages, most notably high return on investments, a safe environment, and transparent legislation that guarantees the rights for all.
Also, DLD’s statistics and reports over the past few years indicate an increasing demand by Chinese investors in Dubai’s real estate market – whether for residence or investment – in light of the growing trade relations between the two countries, as well as DLD’s efforts to promote the Emirate’s properties across several Chinese cities.