Hussain Sajwani is the CEO and founder of Damac Properties. This company specializes in real estate development and officially entered the market in 2002. The company, based in Dubai, availed the opportunity provided by the governmental law which permitted the ownership of lands in Dubai by foreigners. Through his company, Sajwani then set forward on his journey to breathe a new air of urban faculties, luxurious residential apartments, and gorgeous homes in Dubai. This company has now spread to larger areas of the Middle East. A specialist in residential, commercial, and leisure properties, Damac Properties has taken control of the entire process of visualizing the client’s vision, from putting together a team of contractors and architectures to finishing off the last stages of the project. Hussain Sajwani has not only guaranteed top notch services for their clients but has also developed the culture of an environment where talented employees thrive. Owing to their mission to urbanize Dubai and deliver absolute high standard services, Damac Properties is now providing their services in Qatar, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and North Africa. Despite their booming business, Hussain Sajwani and Damac Properties realize their responsibility to contribute to the development of the society. That is why Sajwani has supported many charitable causes, like a Ramadan initiative with AED two million. This cause was started to clothe poor children globally, and through his donation, 50,000 kids have received donations.
The talented and visionary CEO of Damac Properties is an expert in real estate. Mentioned in the list of Forbes List of Billionaires both global and the United Arab Emirates, Sajwani is a self-made individual. He is one of the pioneers in making Dubai an ultimate dream for its residents, and for making it a tourist favorite destination. He sold his first property within six months, even before the commencement of its construction. In 2013, his company collaborated with Trump in order to build a couple of golf courses. The real estate tycoons have a relationship which goes beyond business. So much so that when Trump won his presidential election, he praised Hussain Sajwani in a press conference. Moreover, the sales of the Trump luxury villas have risen to almost $2 billion after the installation of the golf course. It is anticipated that this productive and beneficial relationship between these businesses will only strengthen in the coming years.