Cityscape Egypt, which runs until March 31st at its new venue the Egypt International Exhibition Centre, saw the launch of several investment opportunities when it opened its doors, for buyers across all price points from over 70 exhibitors who plugged Egypt’s real estate prowess with offerings in the residential, hospitality and commercial sector.
For investors and homebuyers looking at the Egypt real estate sector this year, 2018 signals a return to a more stable market. According to Oxford Business Group, the country’s improved performance in key sectors, tighter fiscal management and increased capital inflows drove a much-needed economic rebound last year.
“This economic rebound will be typified at the four-day exhibition this year as developers are expected to respond with a wave of flexible, attractive plans following renewed interest in the market from both investors and homebuyers,” said Chris Speller, Exhibition Director at Cityscape Egypt. “As the country’s population continues to grow, a natural need for diverse housing across more varied price points has risen, and our exhibitors are speaking to that need. We’re seeing new and unique residential products enter the market, including the rising demand for integrated community projects – a trend which will be seen at this year’s exhibition.”