Real Estate Developer Hussain Sajwani Hits The Big Time

Hussain Sajwani has risen to become one of the leading real estate developers in the United Arab Emirates because of the expert way he has built DAMAC Properties from a startup into a leading luxury apartment and resort development company. The DAMAC owner has moved between a series of important industrial sectors to become one of the ten richest billionaires in the UAE according to Forbes; despite becoming known for his business link to the U.S. President Donald Trump, Hussain Sajwani has been a key real estate development partner of the Trump family since 2013 when the first Trump-branded development took place under the leadership of the former food services executive.


There has been a major move towards becoming a leading member of the UAE community where the business leader has become a major supporter of many of the world’s most impressive philanthropic and government-backed initiatives. In the 21st-century, Hussain Sajwani has been working with the Red Crescent to provide clothing for more than one million underprivileged children across the planet.


Success for the real estate tycoon also means assisting the nation of the UAE in achieving its full potential for the future with a move towards building a technologically advanced community of young people with a major interest in the sciences. The government of the UAE recently announced plans to join the space race but the nation as a whole has also been looking for different ways of making sure the young people of the country are engaged with the latest technological advances through the use of computer coding; the coding initiative sponsored by Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties offers coding lessons to one million young people and offered a $1 million prize to the top code discovered via the program.


The success of Hussain Sajwani began in 2002 when the government of the UAE allowed non-citizens to begin taking ownership of property in Dubai; Sajwani had always believed the market for property ownership among non-citizens would be huge and quickly made a major fortune based on the sale of luxury apartments to foreign nationals in the desert city of Dubai.


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