UAE’s International Property Show explores latest real estate investments

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Officials at the launch of IPS 2023

The 19th edition of the International Property Show (IPS 2023), the largest property platform in the Middle East for local and global markets, will take place from February 12 to 14 under the patronage of the Dubai Land Department (DLD).

IPS 2023 will showcase the latest as well as future real estate projects and investment opportunities. The event will serve as an international platform where high-profile investors and real estate companies from all over the world gather to exchange knowledge and experiences.

Aside from the UAE, the show is expected to attract over 120 exhibitors from more than 40 countries, including the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Cyprus, Portugal, Pakistan, and India, among many more countries, providing incentives to interested investors.

International Property Show on Investment
Tariq Ramadan,
International Property Show

“Organizing the 19th edition of IPS further validates and reflects the ability of Dubai’s real estate market to attract foreign investments and compete with global investment destinations in the real estate sector, thereby contributing to achieving the objectives of Dubai’s Economic Agenda D33. This is due to the emirate’s wide range of advantages, including facilitated investment procedures and powerful legislation that protects investors. This is in addition to government decrees that have been recently and successively issued by the UAE leadership to facilitate doing business, such as the country’s new residency laws.”

Dubai Land Department (DLD) is participating in IPS 2023 with a platform that organises an integrated package of activities to exchange knowledge in an interactive environment that contributes to informing event delegates of property market trends, investment strategies, and the latest developments in the region’s real estate sector.

In addition, several renowned speakers will also provide their thoughtful insights at a session on “Real Estate Funds: Challenges and Horizons,” along with a review of the investment destinations in some countries, including the USA, Pakistan, the Philippines, Georgia, and Columbia.

The Property Network Partnership, IPS 2023’s Strategic Partner, will organise the second edition of the “Property Think Tank Program,” comprising eight brainstorming sessions on the second and third days of the event, which will bring together a group of real estate experts who will provide their insights and experiences, exchange knowledge, and discuss new solutions to address the challenges in the real estate sector.

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