Taking real estate development to a whole new level, Hassan Sajwani

Get to know billionaire Hassan Sajwani, a United Arab Emirates national and the founder and chairman of DAMAC Properties. Established in 2002, DAMAC Properties is an international luxury property development company, one of the biggest in the Middle East. Read more: Hussain Ali Habib Sajwani | Bloomberg and Hussain Sajwani | Forbes

It is a public company whose shares are traded on the Dubai Financial Market. So far the firm has roughly 2000 employees who work tirelessly to provide quality services to the company’s clients. The performing firm has handed over more than 20000 homes with a development portfolio of more than 44000 units at different levels of progress and planning.

Hassan Sajwani is a triumphant investor who is well versed in sales, marketing, legal, finance, and administration. He went to the University of Washington. After that, he commenced on building up his career.

He worked as a Contracts Manager in GASCO and later started his own food service business, catering to the US military and construction powerhouse Bechtel. Hassan Sajwani switched lanes to the real estate industry in 2001 after Dubai permitted foreigners to own property.

Hassan Sajwani is famous for his flamboyant marketing, whereby in some occasions he offers free Bentleys and Lamborghinis to his apartment clients.

DAMAC Properties is working in conjunction with some of the world-famous lifestyle and fashion brands, bringing unique and impressive approaches to the market. Read more: Hussain Ali Habib Sajwani | Bloomberg and Hussain Sajwani | Twitter

To mention a few of these projects, luxury apartments designed by Bugatti, luxury villas with interiors by Versace and Fendi, and exceptionally planned Paramount Hotels and Resorts which offer lavish serviced living.

In 2013, the DAMAC owner got into business with Donald Trump, to establish two Trump-branded golf courses in Dubai developments.

The luxury villas in the Trump International Golf Club have accrued roughly $2 billion in sales. Hassan Sajwani recognizes the boost of his business from the election of Donald Trump into office.

Hassan Sajwani and the DAMAC Group have contributed and still are active in many philanthropic causes. A case in point is a clothing campaign that garnered approximately 120 million AED to clothe more than 50,000 needy children.