Virtual International Property Show Set for November

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The International Property Show to kick off an exclusive virtual event for the first time ever to boost sales in the real estate market. 

The Dubai Land Department (DLD) is geering up for its very first International Property Show to be held entirely online from the 11th to the 20th of November, 2020. Invest in Dubai Real Estate is the official partner for the exclusive event. 

The International Property Show (IPS) is the largest hub for real estate sales in the Middle East locally as well as on an international scale. 

Visitors to the international property exhibition will be able to make use of unique deals on a wide variety of attractive properties. The aim of the event is to make real estate transactions as easy and safe as possible. 

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Furthermore, investors from all over the world especially will find various developers; each will be presenting their best projects at competitive prices for the duration of the exhibition. So, it’s the perfect opportunity to invest in Dubai. 

An iconic 2020 property show in Dubai, all the latest trends in the field will be highlighted during the 10-day event. It’s the ultimate chance for those working in real estate to expand their horizons and know about fellow business professionals in the field. 

The state-of-the-art virtual platform is a leap forward for the real estate market in more ways than one. 

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“The digital edition of IPS marks the beginning of a new chapter in the real estate industry, a period of immense transformation fueled by resilience and innovation. It will be a brilliant instrument for propelling the real estate industry locally and globally,” commented the Director General at Dubai Land Department, HE Sultan Butti bin Mejren.

The Dubai property exhibition will be powered by Events 10X. 

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