When it comes to people establishing themselves as international real estate moguls, one must look no further than Hussain Sajwani. Sajwani’s impressive resume has ranked him as the world’s most leading and futuristic real estate property developers. He has single handedly put Dubai on the map and continues to serve as one of the chairmen on the United Arab Emirates board, an increasingly important position and title to hold for Sajwani. His deals with current United States President Donald J. Trump, and his education abroad have established him as a master of capitalism and an even better performer of the art of the trade.
Learning From the Best
Hussain Sajwani learned his skills from studying overseas at the University of Washington. It was there that he would obtain his undergraduate degree in Economics and start learning about the positive effects of capitalism and how its involvement in the global trade system impacts real estate development. Sajwani was one of the top students while studying at the University and has since been highly lauded by all who have worked there. These skills would ultimately allow Sajwani not only to make fantastic real estate decisions, but also grow his first major company, Damac.
Success with Damac
Damac would go on to be Sajwani’s most successful company. He developed it as a company that would provide much-needed services to businesses looking forward to growing and finding success. Sajwani acts as CEO for Damac and has since grown it to become a 3.4 billion-dollar company, thus making it one of the wealthiest companies working on the market today. His success with Damac has set a precedence of what can be achieved through learning the American economic system.
Deal With Trump
Sajwani’s deal with Donald Trump marked an occasion in which two of the world’s most leading real estate developers were coming together in order to help develop land in Dubai and strengthen bonds between the Arab world and the Western world. The deal was so successful that Sajwani has continued to say that he would again strike another deal with Trump if Trump is ever willing to take him up on the offer.