Walid: Initiatives and incentives support investor confidence in the real estate sector

"The Square" has an investment cost of 500 million dirhams.

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The CEO of Tiger Real Estate, Eng. Amer Walid, said that the initiatives and incentives recently approved by the government had a great impact on enhancing the confidence of investors and buyers of real estate units, with expectations that sales will grow during the coming period thanks to these initiatives that will contribute to the arrival of more investors. Talented people, doctors and their families to the country for the purpose of residency and launching their own businesses in light of the active business environment enjoyed by the UAE.

Walid expressed his expectations that the coming period will witness a recovery in the real estate sector, and an increase in the demand for ownership and purchase, which supports the sector and enhances the confidence of investors and buyers.

He stated that his company is continuing to implement its various projects in the Emirate of Dubai, in light of confidence in the real estate sector, which still maintains its attractiveness and is considered one of the safest investment sectors.

He pointed out that the company has continued throughout the last period to implement its projects without stopping or being affected by the current circumstances, with the application of precautionary measures at project sites, which had a significant impact on continuing the work and ensuring the delivery on time according to the schedule.

He revealed that his company is close to completing the implementation of the "The Square" tower project, located in Jumeirah Village Circle in the Emirate of Dubai, at a cost of 500 million dirhams, with construction work exceeding 95% of it, and it is expected to start delivering residential units to buyers and end users in early April. Next.


high demand for ownership and purchase supports the sector, and enhances the confidence of investors and buyers.

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