Hussain Sajwani has built an incredible reputation in the Dubai Real Estate Industry. The Arab billionaire who is ranked fourth by the Forbes Magazine with a Net worth of 4.1 billion dollars is the founder of DAMAC Properties. The company that officially began business in 2002 has its headquarters in Dubai and has since opened new doors in places like the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Doha, and Qatar. It delivers lavish homes with comprehensive portfolios.
So far, DAMAC Properties has delivered about 20,000 finished home projects and have 44,000 units under construction. Under Hussain Sajwani, the company has partnered with renowned entities to bring in a different style. DAMAC has collaborated with fashion houses like Versace and Fendi Casa and has made deals with Tiger Woods for Golf course designs. Hussain Sajwani is known for his extreme marketing techniques and has co-partnered with Bugatti to facilitate his idea of offering Lamborghinis to apartment buyers.
Donald Trump contracted the services of DAMAC properties in building the Trump International Golf course in Dubai. Their business relations stirred up opinions in the general public because being the POTUS; it is not recommended for him to be running other businesses outside his role as president. However, Hussain Sajwani mentioned that he would not stop doing business with his family because Trump’s sons and his wife Ivanna, first lady of the United States, were capable of negotiating and closing deals on his behalf. Besides business, Donald Trump is his friend, and on the New Years Eve, he showered the DAMAC owner with endless praises having come all the way from Dubai.
The Billionaire started out as an engineer in GASCO, a national oil company and later left to focus on his catering enterprise that has grown to date and serves up to 15,000 meals daily to military and construction workers. The venture is still a part of DAMAC Properties. During Ramadhan, Hussain Sajwani gave AED 2 million in a donation on behalf of his company to help needy children. According to Hussain, children need a level ground to start their lives, and it was upon them to provide that kind of environment.