SPF Realty, the leading real estate player in the Middle East, represents the region’s premium property developer G&Co. at the debut edition of the Dubai Property Show in Hong Kong, showcasing Dubai’s most-sought-after residential project Viridian at the Fields. The exhibition is being held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Jan 28-30, 2016.
Mr. Kalpesh Sampat, COO of SPF Realty, said, “We are happy to continue our tour with the Dubai Property Show bandwagon, which has reached Hong Kong this time. Dubai, without a doubt, has become becoming one of the world’s leading investment hubs, and nobody understands this market better than SPF Realty. Through our extensive understanding and the wide-ranging list of properties, we deliver requirements, regardless of whether one is looking for buying or renting properties, or seeking good value on the sales of an existing property.”
“The Dubai realty market offers hassle-free procedures to own 100% freehold properties. Lower interest rates, lucrative yearly rental yield in the range of 4-7%, security, tax-free returns on investments, and attractive payment options are additional triggers for driving global investments into the UAE market. With quick transaction, the investors can get their money as a seller in 10 days (cash) or 45 days in case of a mortgage,” he added.
G&Co. develops ‘The Fields’ at an estimated value upwards of AED 3 billion in District-11 of Dubai’s iconic Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (MBR) City, which is one of the world’s prime community residential locations.
Viridian at The Fields is a gated residential community, consisting of 326 premium townhouses with price starting at USD 643,000. The freehold project is scheduled for completion in January 2019. The property offers an unprecedented six-year payment plan, whereby the buyer pays 65% of the total value post-handover. The units are offered at low prices per sq. ft. with 30% of the value easily payable in half yearly installments over a period of 30 months. (Payment of the next 15% on handover, and the remaining 50% in quarterly installments over 3 years after handover).
The MBR City will have the world’s biggest shopping mall and a universal family theme park that is a third-bigger than Hyde Park in London.