Hussain Sajwani is a billionaire and owner and Chairman of DAMAC Properties, the largest luxury private real estate developer in the Middle East. He has built an incredible career that began at humble roots. He continues to develop and invest in real estate around the world. He has even worked with current US President Donal Trump. His work and impact have been felt worldwide.
The Damac owner, Sajwani’s start began at humble roots. His family was a conservative, middle-class family. Sajwani watched his father work at a watch and pen store in creek-side Deira district. He began working with father at a very young age. Watching his father was very influential. Sajwani began to learn lots about business and was inspired to enter this world himself. After getting his degree in economics from the University of Washington, Sajwani would slowly began making his way into the business world.
After college, Sajwani joined a company called GASCO where he served as a contracts manager. After a short stint there he would leave to begin working with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company. Sajwani was determined to be his own business man. He would eventually go on to begin DAMAC in 1982. The Hussain Sajwani family was about to experience a whole new level of success. DAMAC is the company that would lead Sajwani to becoming a billionaire.
Sajwani’s work expands worldwide. He has even worked with current US President Donald Trump. The two have a common interest in real estate and even worked together on Trump’s Trump International Golf Club. The two recently spent New Years Eve together celebrating this massive real estate venture that consists of luxury villas that have racked up almost $2 billion in sales. With Trump currently President, the two have postponed work for the meantime. However Sajwani has collaborated with Ivanka Trump along with Trumps sons.
Hussein Sajwani has made a worldwide impact. With his tremendous track record and experience in real estate, he is sure to continue to make an impact on the business world for many years to come.