DAMAC Properties Hussain Sajwani Develops A Close Relationship To President Trump

President Donald Trump has grown from a real estate mogul into the leader of the free world but to one luxury developer President Trump remains one of the worlds leading business people and will hopefully one day return to the real estate industry in Dubai. In 2013, Hussain Sajwani, the DAMAC owner penned an initial contract with Donald Trump to create a series of real estate developments branded with the Trump family logo and name which would continue until the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. Presidency.


As a business move, Hussain Sajwani believes the best he ever made was to create a link between his own DAMAC Properties group and the Trump brand which remains one of the most sought after in the Middle East. Sajwani himself had already completed a decade in the luxury real estate industry when he signed the first deal with the Trump group and set about creating his first golf-focused resorts and luxury living spaces; in 2017 the first of two planned golf course resorts opened in Dubai and will soon be followed by the 2018 opening of a second Trump-branded golf course and luxury living facility with the sporting side of the resort designed by Tiger Woods.


In 2016, Donald Trump made the decision to halt any further international deals between his own company and international investors for the length of his time in The White House; for Hussain Sajwani this was a disappointing moment but one he could understand to protect the integrity of the role of U.S. President. Hussain Sajwani himself has a close affinity to the U.S. because of his years spent in education in the country studying engineering and economics.


Prior to the election of Donald Trump to the Presidency, Hussain Sajwani had already penned a luxury real estate deal to continue the Dubai-based partnership between the two billionaires worth an estimated $2 billion. Despite the deal being turned down due to the halting of all international deals, Hussain Sajwani has expressed his belief in the deal being resurrected once the President has completed his time in The White House.


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