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The International Real Estate & Investment Show 2017 Attracts Major UAE Developers

The International Real Estate & Investment Show 2017 (IREIS) prepares to announce new launches and exclusive offers from UAE’s leading developers that include Danube Properties, Fam Holdings, Majid Al Futtaim Properties, ARADA UAE, Tiger Group Properties Dubai, Azizi Development, and DAMAC Properties.

Organized by Dome Exhibitions with the support of Federation of Chamber of Commerce and ADNEC, the show brings together more than 120 local, regional and international exhibitors representing a spectrum of the real estate business, including property development, investment, real estate brokerage and related services. The exhibition will showcase properties ranging from residential to land properties from not only the UAE, but also Europe, US, Canada, Asia, GCC and the Middle East.

IREIS will be the first platform in the UAE to pursue a consumer-focused (B2C) approach, and will offer exhibition -goers direct engagement with real estate companies, consultants, investors and potential buyers. In a statement made to the press, Managing Director of Dome Exhibitions, Antoine Georges commented, "The market promises growth with the added announcement of Expo 2020 and the Strategic Vision 2030 initiatives that has created ample of opportunities in the UAE. Moreover, low property prices have escalated the burgeoning interest of real estate among the consumers."

Exhibitors will offer special payment plans with mortgage rates as low as 1.5% per annum, a stark contrast to the regular rates that can range from 3.45% per annum to 5% per annum in the UAE.

The 9th edition of the expo will be held from November 2-4 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Abu Dhabi. The exhibition is composed of government entities, organizations, property developer, investment houses, financial institutions, property consultants, and investment authorities from countries such as the UAE, Oman, Bahrain, India, Britain, Canada, and China.

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