Officials during the signing ceremony.
Azizi Developments, private developers in the UAE, is bridging the east and west with a special roadshow of its flagship projects in Dubai at the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane on the Aug.3 and 4, 2019.
Real estate sector in Dubai has always been a key source of remarkably contributing to the economy. Property developers and real estate agents are behind the success of the emirate’s booming property market, making all out efforts to supply units to meet the growing demand in the wake of high influx of expats.
The fourth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Emaar Malls, approved the distribution of Dhs1.301 billion ($354 million) dividend, representing 10 per cent of the share capital being 10 fils per share, to the shareholders.
Lootah Real Estate Development (Lootah), one of the region’s most prominent real estate developers, on Tuesday announced the launch of Senaeyat, a company that provides lease-to-own industrial warehouses for businesses of different sizes.
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