The exhibition, the biggest since inception that is supported by the Dubai Land Department, has emerged as one of the leading regional real-estate meeting platform for developers, investors and regional and international companies working in this field.
Sponsored by over 80 media partners, the 11th edition of the show has attracted 60% of property developers and 40% of property related sectors.
Exhibitors are coming from all over Europe, Asia Pacific and North and South-East Africa. These include developers involved in the development of residential communities and high-rise buildings, entertainment facilities, retail outlets, financial institutions, banks and investment companies, pension funds, asset management companies, authorities, investment zones and engineers of construction and interior design.
On a relevant note, the Global Built Asset Wealth Index, which quantifies the accumulated wealth of built assets of 30 countries and is conducted by EC Harris in conjunction with the Centre for Economic and Business Research, has revealed that the Middle East real-estate market is expected to witness a built asset increase of 63%, amounting to US$ 8.7 trillion by 2022.