Dubai showcases overseas property

The 2006 Worldwide Property Show has got underway in Dubai at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

Visitors to the show will be able to look at a wide range of overseas property, whether looking for a holiday home or an investment opportunity.

A number of expatriates living in Dubai have already invested in the area, but they too may be looking to expand their portfolios in what is becoming a true property hotspot.

The exhibitors will also be able to provide expert advice on where to buy property abroad, many with first-hand experience of the quality of life in the countries covered.

Mike Bridge, the regional sales director of host company DSL Exhibitions, said that many property projects in Dubai were “still increasing in value”, but added there were other opportunities to be seized elsewhere in Asia, as well as in Europe and Australia.

“We all know that property, wherever you buy it, always appreciates in value, is a safe investment if you have done your homework and can provide lifelong income,” he said, according to AME Info.

Around 30 different countries are represented in total, including France, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia. Solicitors and mortgage specialists will be on hand, as well as property developers and estate agents.

The exhibition ends tomorrow (May 13th).

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