“The event has been extended to the weekend, allowing consumers the convenience and opportunity to explore real estate projects.”
Eng. Ahmed Mansour, CEO at Castle Development, said: “The exhibition is an ideal opportunity to explore residential real estate units, especially in light of the central bank directives to cut down interest rates - contributing to the recovery of the real estate sector. nextmove Egypt will unveil several new residential projects that buyers and investors can explore.
“The exhibition targets the younger generation and those looking for affordable products. Exhibitors are keen to provide a range of real estate projects that suit the requirements of this segment – whether its first-time buyers or those looking for a holiday home.
“In light of our vision, we aim to support the youth in exploring and potentially investing in units within the new administrative capital. nextmove Egypt offers a range of projects that suit all price points, addressing the needs of Egyptians from all walks of life.
Alexander Edwards, Sales Director of nextmove, said: “Some of the biggest and most influential real estate developers from Egypt and neighbouring countries will participate in the show over the next three days, offering competitively priced products that will appeal to all price points.”
nextmove Egypt is sponsored by Master Sponsor Ibiza Chillout Elsokhna. The three-day property and investment event will provide offers that cover a wide range of new projects and housing complexes in the Greater Cairo area, Alexandria, Northern Coast, and the Red Sea Coast.
Exhibitors at the show will include a number of leading real estate companies such as Akam Developments, Master Builder Group, Amer Group, Real Mark, Zahraa El Maadi, , Aroma Residence – Sokhna, SAK Development, El Attal Holding, Castle Real Estate, Kudo Company For Construction & Real Estate Investment from Turkey, TCI, Mardif Real Estate Development, New Plan, Aqar Misr, The Land Developers, EGYGAB Developments, Home Town, Jdar Group, and Top Capital Investment from KSA to name a few.