A number of Omran’s senior executives are gearing up for the Juwai China Agent Summit in Beijing, taking place on October 26, where they aim to network with Chinese property experts, stimulate investment and learn about how to market to Chinese overseas property buyers.
During the event, Mina Al Sultan Qaboos Waterfront and Saraya Bander Jissa will be showcased.
With China’s ambitious approach to forge a new silk road under the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative, great opportunities lie in store for Oman to attract Chinese investment. With Omran behind some of the country’s flagship master planned real estate projects, and Oman earmarked as a destination on the ‘Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk Road’, the synergies between the two countries mean robust opportunities for Chinese investment to bolster development in Oman.
CEO, Omran, James Wilson explained: “Chinese investors have a significant appetite for real estate investment, and Oman is a market which offers a compelling investment proposition due to the variety of the major developments underway. Oman is already a country linked to China by its ‘Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk Road’ which underlined the discussions we had regarding the synergy between Oman’s offering as a unique destination and Chinese interest in investing to develop the latest property projects in up and coming markets.
Omran’s presence at the summit will grant Chinese investors insight into the Oman’s tourism and real estate offering. The delegation will shed light on mixed-use developments, luxury hotels, attractions and cultural sites. The strategic will also get the ball rolling on further increasing Chinese visitor numbers to the Sultanate.