Aim is at promoting the latest residential buildings in Al Furjan UAE, 3rd March, 2015
AZIZI Developments, a leading UAE property developer, has announced that it will be displaying its competitive projects to Ibn Battuta and Marina Mall Abu Dhabi. The move is part of the company’s dynamic marketing strategy aimed at promoting its latest developments to a wider audience comprising the emirate’s residents and tourists. Reeling from their recent slew of successes, this approach seeks to carry on the positive momentum from a particularly lucrative 2014. The active effort to increase public presence by erecting stands in prime shopping malls allows prospective buyers to easily connect and engage with Azizi’s property experts for advice on property investments.
Spotlighting their latest enterprises, the stands will carry English and Arabic literature as well as an informative fly-through presentation on Azizi’s four residential buildings currently under construction and for sale in Al Furjan. Azizi Iris, the firm’s fifth project has been sold out, and the remaining four’s sales have reached 70 per cent. Azizi continues to implement its marketing initiatives in line with its objective of bringing the firm’s projects right at the doorstep of its clients, locally and globally.
Ali Omar, CEO, Azizi Developments, said: “We chose these two commercial corridors because of their strategic locations. Ibn Battuta in particular is in close proximity to our project site in Al Furjan. This allows interested clients to take a tour and observe the construction progress within minutes. Recently, we have witnessed an increased number of Abu Dhabi clients interested in properties in Al Furjan. The location is placed near Abu Dhabi and is accessible and convenient to those commuting to and back from work. So far, we have had great response from Abu Dhabi investors which is why we have decided to present our project in Abu Dhabi as well as in Dubai.”
AZIZI Developments has invested an estimated AED 4.5 billion into Dubai’s real estate sector which has now been primarily driven by a robust local demand for affordable luxury and value homes.