Working Alongside The Red Crescent Adds To The Success Of Luxury Real Estate Developer Hussain Sajwani

The luxury real estate industry has been notoriously difficult to navigate for many developers who have struggled to remain afloat through the ups and downs often experienced in this private sector. One developer who has remained afloat through the 2008 economic crash and other financial problems are Hussain Sajwani, the luxury real estate developer who foresaw the 2008 credit crisis. To avoid problems like those affecting his competitors, Hussain Sajwani developed an innovative approach to business allowing him to avoid the financial issues many of his fellow developers have been struck by. Learn more:


The DAMAC owner has built a fortune of more than $4 billion from his ventures in the luxury real estate and food services industries which has given the business partner of U.S. President Donald Trump the chance to indulge his philanthropic activities. The Hussain Sajwani family has become one of the leading donors to a number of good causes including an annual Ramadan clothing drive developed by both the United Arab Emirates Royal Family and the Red Crescent humanitarian organization. IN 2015 alone, Hussain Sajwani and his DAMAC Properties group provided enough funding to give clothes to more than one million children around the world.


Success seems to have become a habit for Hussain Sajwani with the partnership between DAMAC Properties and the Trump organization set fair for an even closer relationship in the coming decades. A deal is almost complete to construct two golf courses at DAMAC resorts bearing the Trump name with the second designed by Tiger Woods set to open early in 2018; Hussain Sajwani has already stated his desire to extend the business relationship he shares with President Donald Trump beyond the confines of the current contract.


Upon winning the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, Donald Trump made clear his admiration for both Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties stating a deal worth $2 billion had been shelved until his term in The White House was completed. The founder of DAMAC has been plentiful in his praise of the U.S. President and believes an ongoing relationship with the New York real estate mogul will be beneficial for both parties in the future. Learn more: