Until 2016, the majority of people around the world were largely unaware of the name of luxury real estate developer Hussain Sajwani despite the success he has achieved in a number of different industrial sectors. The main reason Hussain Sajwani has leaped to the attention of the public and media in 2017 is his close working relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump which was uncovered at a New Year’s Eve party when the New York real estate mogul namechecked Sajwani during a high-profile speech.
The press has made much of the fact President Trump has agreed to forgo any new international deals while he is the resident of The White House despite being offered a lucrative $2 billion deal by Hussain Sajwani to create more luxury properties in the Middle East. President Trump has reportedly turned down the deal offered by Hussain Sajwani but the Dubai-based real estate developer has already spoken of his admiration for the U.S. Commander-in-Chief who he hopes will partner with Sajwani’s DAMAC Properties in the coming years.
Hussain Sajwani formed DAMAC Properties in 2002 after initially finding success as a food services provider for the oil and gas exploration industry and the U.S. Military. DAMAC Properties was initially born from the change in law from the Government and Royal Family of the United Arab Emirates which allowed non-citizens to purchase and develop land in the desert kingdom; Hussain Sajwani was one of the first foreign nationals to create luxury developments in a successful way from the very first luxurious block of apartments created by the former oil and gas industry financial expert.
Despite making his name selling billions of dollars in luxury real estate one of the most impressive aspects of the career of Hussain Sajwani has been the ability of DAMAC Properties to remain untouched by the financial crisis of 2008. Hussain Sajwani has often spoken of the success he feels he has achieved by ensuring the financial future of his own DAMAC Properties company when many of his competitors have fallen by the wayside. Learn more: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/dubai-billionaire-hussein-sajwani-ready-do-more-deals-trumps-n695566