AHS Properties sells three mansions on Palm Jumeirah with a combined value of more than USD $75mln


Dubai, UAE: In less than a year after Emirati entrepreneur Abbas Sajwani launched his uber-luxury real estate company, AHS Properties, the Company has announced it has already sold three of its uber-premium villa projects on the Palm Jumeirah with a combined value of more than USD 75 million.

AHS Properties’ asset portfolio comprises sought-after and high-end properties which include the uber-luxurious Amara Villa at Emirates Hills with a value of USD 45 million. The property, which will go on the market in Q4, already has high interest from potential buyers. Additionally, AHS is developing a fifth mansion in Palm Jumeirah with a value of USD 40 million.

“In less than a year of launching AHS Properties we nearly sold out our existing portfolio and we have several pipeline projects that will be announced soon. The ultra-luxury market in Dubai is booming and I am thrilled with what we have been able to achieve in such a short period,” AHS CEO Abbas Sajwani said.

AHS Properties announced its entry into the market in November 2021 with a total asset value of more than USD 100 million, comprising four luxury villas in Emirates Hills and Palm Jumeirah.

The announcement comes at a time when demand for ultra-luxury homes is on the rise, following the successful launch of Expo 2020 Dubai. Coupled with the government’s excellent handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Dubai has become an even more attractive destination for tourists and end users alike, who wish to make the city their permanent residence.

Some of the world’s wealthiest investors have been flocking to Dubai, snapping up some of the most expensive homes. According to recent reports, there has been sky-rocketing demand for properties in high-end neighborhoods such as Palm Jumeirah and Emirates Hills. In the past 12 months, the market has recorded a more than 100% price surge on these premium homes.

Premium residential values have risen by 29% in the third quarter alone, driven by high-net-worth individuals living abroad who wish to make Dubai their second home.

“There is a great opportunity to be had in this niche market, but it takes shrewd business judgment and acumen to select the right properties and acquire them at the right price,” Sajwani said.

“AHS Properties has seen great success in only less than a year after its launch and wishes to capitalize on this positive momentum in the coming years. I have ambitious goals for the near and medium future, and I am confident that AHS Properties will continue to be a dominant player in the luxury real estate market in Dubai,” Sajwani concluded.