Don't say never... the grass always looks greener somewhere else, until you sit on it and get get stung by it. I'll leave it for time to change things. Experience is the best changer.Hello Rammah,
I am someone who has paid a deposit on my Lake View apartment almost FOUR YEARS ago with the full intention of renting it out from Jan 2007. 18 months later I have still not got a property to rent out and no one from DAMAC (YOU, Peter Riddoch (CEO) or anyone else from your company) can tell me when my property will be ready for certain. In the meantime I have already lost out on 18 months rental income and almost certainly much more. Who will give me compensation for this loss of rental income?
As someone who works for DAMAC, your response is entirely predictable and undoubtedly you have a blinkered view of your own company and will defend it to the end come what may. The reality is that people like me and lots of other investors are absolutely fed up with endless delays by DAMAC, loss of rental income, apalling customer service by DAMAC and are never going to buy from your company again. I know many friends and family members who have asked me about investing in Dubai. My honest advice to them is keep away from DAMAC.
Good luck elsewhere, and see you again soon
Note 1: One excellent thing you have done so far: didn't resell your DAMAC unit yet. I don't know if that's luck, wisdom or God's grace upon you
Note 2: If delays are causing you that much stress, then avoid investing in Dubai, PERIOD. No need to repeat myself, but that's the healthiest peace of advice I can give you..... considering I'd better have you not investing, than seeing you having heart problems because of construction delays.