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IPS 2024 Set to Showcase Leading Real Estate Exhibitors from GCC Nations

The International Property Show (IPS) 2024 is set to host elite real estate developers and exhibitors from across the Gulf region when it opens its doors in Dubai later this month. The landmark 20th edition of the event will provide a platform for GCC project owners to connect with a global audience.

Running from February 27-29 at the Dubai World Trade Center, IPS 2024 has already confirmed the participation of leading real estate companies representing each GCC nation – from The Sustainable City in Oman to the Real Estate General Authority in Saudi Arabia.

“We are excited to participate in IPS 2024 and engage with partners that share our commitment to shaping the future of real estate,” said Khalid Al Doseri, CEO of Bahrain’s YAS Real Estate Development.

Big Market Growth Ahead

The GCC property boom shows no signs of slowing down either. The regional market is on pace to reach $4.55 trillion by 2024, per Statista estimates.

Residential real estate will likely spearhead this growth, with a projected value of over $3 trillion this year as demand for community living and luxury complexes continues rising.

“The Gulf real estate economy has tremendous potential in the mid-to-long term. As a pioneering property event for the region, IPS offers the perfect launch pad for developers to explore new opportunities,” commented Amir Dayekh, a Dubai-based real estate analyst.

Opening Doors in Dubai

For exhibitors, IPS 2024 represents a golden chance to highlight GCC projects to visitors from 40 countries. Over 10,000 international investors, property seekers and industry professionals are expected to attend.

“We are honored to showcase our landmark mixed-use development to elite stakeholders and demonstrate why Kuwait is a smart bet for global investors today,” said Atiq Al-Rahman, Executive Manager at Kuwait’s Sawa United Company.

The UAE-based show offers more than just a world stage. IPS 2024 will also enable networking with government entities like the Dubai Land Department, strategic partnerships between Gulf real estate players to share knowledge, and access to the latest smart solutions transforming property through dedicated events.

As such, the long-running property exhibition stands to amplify success for developers across the GCC this year – from Saudi mega-projects to more niche offerings out of Oman or Qatar. When the curtains close on March 1st, exhibitors will leave with fresh leads, contracts and a strengthened reputation in the global real estate arena.

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