Hussain Sajwan’s success in real estate

Hussain Sajwan has expressed his desire to deepen his relationship with The Trump Organization. Hussain Sajwan is the president and CEO of Damac Group. Damac is a real estate company that focuses in constructing luxury real estate.

Damac Group and the Trump Organization have already collaborated to build a luxurious golf course in the Middle East. The luxury villas on the golf course alone earned the two companies over 2 billion dollars in sales.

Hussain Sajwan’s desire to do more business with the Trump’s has raised concerns in the political arena. Many politicians are concerned that if The Trump Organization goes into business with the Damac owner, there will be conflict of interest. Read more Hussain Sajwani | Forbes and Hussain Ali Habib Sajwani | Bloomberg

However, Mr Sajwan has assured the public that he has no political interests now that Donald Trump is president. His interests are purely business. Besides, the Trump organization is now being run by the children. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://relationshipscience.com/hussain-ali-habib-sajwani-p3928145

Mr Sajwan says that the friendship between his family and Trump’s family runs deep. Ivanka and his wife are close friends and have been traveling back and forth to visit each other. Their families have diners and celebrate holidays together. As a result, their next project will not cause any political tension.

Apart from the glamorous buildings he puts up, Hussain Sajwan is known for his management skills and unorthodox marketing skills. One of his marketing stunts was: buy a luxury apartment, get a Bentley free! The marketing strategies he employs have seen the DAMAC owner sell out six months before their constructions begin. He also has a reputation of making business connection in high places. This is his strength.

When he started out in food service, his connections in high places saw him deliver food to military camps.

This resulted in the company’s rapid expansion. He decided to branch into real estate when the Emirates government allowed foreigners to own property. He knew that many wealthy people will be looking to own getaway homes. He embarked on a project to luxury apartments and sold the first ones months before the actual construction began.

When the real estate market crushed, Hussain Sajwan used his networking skills to continue with his real estate ventures in other countries.

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