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First real estate exhibition held in Egyptian embassy in Oman

Initiative achieved positive results, sped up process of promoting Egyptian real estate export: Hegazy


The first real estate exhibition inside an Egyptian embassy, ​​which was held at the embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Muscat, Oman, was inaugurated by ambassador of Egypt to Oman Mohamed Ghoneim, and Mahmoud Hegazy, chairperson of the Holding Company for Construction and Development (HCCD), affiliated to the Ministry of Public Enterprise Sector.

The exhibition was held from 20-22 December on an area of 37 feddan.

The aim of this initiative is to provide services to Egyptian expatriates in the Omani Sultanate who are interested in acquiring real estate in Egypt, and promoting investments in Egypt’s real estate sector and boost the economy as a whole through attracting Arab capital.

The embassy hosted Egypt’s real estate Real Mark exhibit, the exclusive HCCD marketing company.

Hegazy said that the initiative achieved positive results and sped up the process of promoting Egyptian real estate export.

Furthermore, Hegazy noted that the success of this step in stimulating Egyptian embassies in various Arab and foreign countries will help to simulate it, especially since there are substantial numbers of Egyptian expatriates working in different countries.

Additionally, he said, there are real investment interests by Arab and foreign investors to buy into the Egyptian market and pump investment in view of the major projects and efforts exerted by the Egyptian government on the legislative level to support investment.

As for Naglaa Elsaeed Real Mark chairperson, she said that the company participated in the exhibition with HCCD distinguished and quality projects.

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