All too often business professionals assume that there is a gimmick that can catapult an individual to the peak of real estate success. Perhaps these individuals feed on the idea of cutting corners to arrive at the finish line on time. However, unless they focus on building a solid foundation for their businesses, the success, easy as it has been achieved, will be without a doubt short-lived. For the real estate business, continuous and steady motions win. As portrayed by Hussain Sajwani, a real estate mogul who has been in the business since 2002, it goes without saying that you must understand where you are going as well as the right steps to get you to the target audience.
The Early Life of Hussain Sajwani
Growing up in the evolving city of Dubai, Hussain Sajwani had a close relationship with his father. For those who rubbed shoulders with the man who owned a retail shop where he sold stationary, it was easy to mistake the two for siblings as they spent most of their time at the shop, always engaging clients with the intention of establishing the nature of their demands. From the relationship, the DAMAC owner learned the importance of putting a client’s needs first. Beyond that, his father expected him to serve as the manager and later inherit the leadership realms of the business. Therefore, after working in the shop for about two years, it was time for him to take over. However, Hussain Sajwani had other intentions. First of all, he aspired to join college for a formal education. Later on, he would pursue formal employment.
Chasing his Dreams
Although the DAMAC owner knew that his father would be disappointed by his decision to quit and join a different career path, he still pursued his dreams by enrolling for economics at the Washington University. After school, he passed an interview at GASCO Company and was absorbed to serve as the credit manager. While at it, he dedicated time to implementing viable finance strategies that benefited clients. Moreover, the DAMAC owner rubbed shoulders with high profile leaders from whom he drew the inspiration to serve his clients diligently.
Because he grew up in a relatively modest background, the DAMAC owner ensured that his past belonged in his history by focusing on achieving his dreams. For starters, since he did not find fulfillment in being an employee, he quit working at GASCO to start a food catering Services Company. With the brand, he could supply food and provide events management services to more than 10,000 clients in Dubai alone. Of course, that is not what he expected when he established the business. Even better, the food catering company gave him proceeds towards developing a real estate firm. That is how DAMAC Properties came into the real estate market.
Since its inception in 2002, DAMAC Properties has closely worked with high profile individuals to establish a robust operating platform. Over and above, Hussain Sajwani, the chief executive officer of the firm, has initiated firm mergers to with the intention to expand the client base and reduce manufacturing costs at the same time. Moreover, the real estate firm continues to develop luxurious property in and outside Dubai.