There’s a lot of things happening in the real estate industry in Dubai and UAE, but some of the most prominent ones include the activities, achievements and latest projects of DAMAC Properties, which is owned and founded by Hussain Sajwani.
The Reva Residences
It is the great pride of the founder of DAMAC Properties to offer a plenteous array of real estate products for the people in Dubai. With its newest addition Reva Residences, DAMAC Properties has installed itself in the list of leading land developers in Dubai that offer the most luxurious assets for the market.
The main strengths of Reva Residences, according to its CEO Hussain Sajwani, are its exclusivity and breath-taking views of the Dubai Canal. Founder Hussain Sajwani’s vision is to give the owners that impressive, breathtaking and outstanding feeling and quality of life they deserve when they purchase a property at Reva Residences.
Also, there’s a lot of bustling business in Dubai’s Business Bay, and without such activity, it would be hard to imagine how Reva Residences could achieve the success that it has right now. Reva Residences is also proud in its offering of wonderful one-bedroom apartments that cost about 699,000 AED, and these potential customers can just contact the DAMAC Properties customer service website if they want to inquire about an available unit. Indeed, these lucky customers can enjoy an abundance of appointed interiors, spacious bathrooms, and detailed bedrooms when they purchase a unit. They can also enjoy the outstanding pleasure of having a mall just beside the unit they have.
About Hussain Sajwani
CEO and Founder of DAMAC Properties Hussain Sajwani is an Emirati Billionaire and property developer who has managed to grow DAMAC Properties into where it is right now. It was reported in Forbes that DAMAC Properties was Rank Number One on the Forbes 2017 Global 2000 List. This list comprises the fastest-growing global companies today which have a compound rate of annual growth from 2013 to 2016.
Hussain got a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics at the University of Washington. He also got a government scholarship from the government, which allowed him to get quality U.S. education and obtained his college degree.