International Property Show 2017 to host buoyant markets that offer lucrative returns JANUARY 24, 2017 Portugal, Cyprus, India and Pakistan have been crowned as the top markets for buyers hoping to in
When it comes to balancing risk and reward in real estate, cities in Europe, South East Asia and Mediterranean fit into the sweet spot. In terms of house price, local rents and prospective growth – Portugal, Cyprus, India and Pakistan have been crowned as the top markets for buyers hoping to invest in property. In lieu of the above, the 13th edition of the International Property Show which will be held from April 2nd to 4th this year at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, will offer investors the best in real estate and properties from these markets. “If you are planning on making an investment, either for your own home or a rental property, these are really good markets,” said Dawood Al Shezawi, CEO, Strategic Marketing & Exhibitions, organizers of the International Property Show. “These areas have seen an increase in property prices in 2016 and it is expected that they will continue the positive momentum in 2017. In addition, these markets not only ensure lucrative returns, but also have very little risk of investment.” With new real estate projects springing up everywhere in these markets, the return on investment is certainly high. In addition, these areas are well equipped with modern infrastructure and facilities. Along with recent developments, the shopping is great, the attractions are beautiful and the lifestyle is well-balanced. “Savvy investors should consider taking advantage of these buoyant markets. These areas are only going to boost demand for property in the coming months, whether for purchase or rent,” added Al Shezawi. The 13th edition of the International Property Show is expected to be bigger than last year, with over 200 exhibitors from more than 100 countries to participate. The exhibition has been 80% per cent sold out so far, with both local and international exhibitors accounting similar share of space so far. “Whether you’re looking to put down roots with a family home or to rent out your purchase for yield, the 13th edition of the show offer two things anyone making a home investment should be after – affordability and growth,” concluded Al Shezawi.