Nile Property Expo – Abu Dhabi 2017 brings Egypt’s leading real estate developer companies under one roof and will offer attractive and valued investment opportunities in Egypt from 14-16 December at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).
The specialized exhibition will convene developers and agents from major cities in Egypt to showcase the country’s variety of luxury, residential and commercial properties. Aspiring investors will be guided through the assessment and procedures of each transaction at the exhibit. Property consultants and financial institutions will also be at hand to provide potential buyers with expertise on the latest market trends and suitable bank housing offers.
The Managing Director of Expo Republic, the organizer of the Nile Property Expo Mr. Shady Amin said, “We are pleased to bring the investment opportunities that come with the steadfast increase of the real estate values in Egypt. Our objective is to incorporate a distinctive presentation of the Egyptian real estate market to reach new international and local audiences. Join in business networking, direct meets and spot sales during the three-day event.”
Nile Property Expo – Abu Dhabi 2017 will provide a unique platform for Egyptian exhibitors to showcase their respective products and contribute to their real estate portfolio.
“It is the perfect time for local and international investors to enter to Egyptian market. Egypt offers high year-on-year capital appreciation and great potential returns on investment,” added Mr. Amin.
Dr. Bassem A. Kalila, Chairman of Expo Republic commented, “Abu Dhabi residents rank 3rd in the world for purchasing power parity. Among the most preferred markets from the region is the Egyptian market. Studies show that the Egyptian market is ranked among the highest in the world with a rental yield of 7.53%. Respectively, market studies show that more than 12% of the 450,000 Egyptians in the UAE developed keen interest in property investments”.
Nile Property Expo 2017 will kick off in Abu Dhabi, and later shows in 2 other major Gulf countries, as well as Europe and the United Sates.