Dubai's Deyaar to showcase projects in Mumbai exhibition
Deyaar will showcase its projects and offer exclusive deals at the Dubai Property Show, happening in Mumbai from 3-5 November, 2017
UAE-headquartered property development and real estate service company, Deyaar Development PJSC has announced plans to participate in the Dubai Property Show.
In a statement, the company said that it will be showcasing its projects at the event, which is taking place in Mumbai from 3 to 5 November, 2017, as well as offering exclusive deals to attendees.
Nasser Amer, sales vice president of Deyaar, commented: “Investors in India are keen on Dubai-based properties, as we have noticed significant interest over the past three years, making this event the ideal platform to showcase our property portfolio.
“At this year’s event, we are pleased to offer our buyers the chance to visit their new property in Dubai, with complimentary flights plus two nights in a hotel, so they can experience our show apartments first-hand.”
Site visit: The Atria, Dubai
He added: “Over the course of the last year we have built our brand in India, and we look forward to speaking with the discerning investors and buyers that we will be meeting throughout the show.”
The deals that the developer will be offering interested property buyers at the show include waived Dubai Land Department (DLD) fees for The Atria, mortgaged financing for its Midtown development, and flexible payment plans for both properties, among others.
Located in Business Bay, The Atria comprises a four-star hotel apartment building and 219-unit residential tower. It is expected to be ready for handover by the end of this year, according to Deyaar.
Meanwhile, the Midtown development in Dubai Production City consists of 27 buildings comprising almost 464,515m2 (5 million square feet) of built-up area. Two phases of the project has been launched so far. The Afnan District features 659 apartments, while Dania District has 579 apartments.
Both districts have a target handover date of Q3 2019, Deyaar added.