Dhalia's Luxury Living and the Fort Cambridge project were excellently received at two seminars and an international property fair, entitled Living Abroad, in Stockholm earlier this month, the real estate group said.
The Stockholm property fair at the Globen Arena is one of the most prestigious and largest property fairs in Scandinavia. This year it was visited by over 4,000 people.
Earlier, Dhalia Real Estate hosted two half-day seminars at the Hotel Anglaise in Stockholm. The events were addressed by Malta's chargé d'affaires in Denmark Deborah Attard Montaldo, Paul Attard, director of GAP Developments, Maltese tax consultant John Huber from John Huber and Associates, and Inger Soderlund of Maltamaklarna, Dhalia's business partner in Sweden. The seminars were attended by over 150 delegates and included bankers, fund managers, tax consultants, lawyers and a number of high network clients including CEOs representing large Scandinavian corporations. Both seminars sought to explain the local tax regime and regulations when buying property in Malta as well as information on retirement and holidaying in Malta.
Mr Attard gave a profile of the GAP Developments with an emphasis on their latest project, Fort Cambridge, a 341-unit freehold residential project situated in Tigné, Sliema. Named a special designated area, Fort Cambridge boasts magnificent sea and land views and views of Valletta.
Dhalia's Luxury Living manager Michael Mifsud said that "the response received from previous visits to Stockholm has encouraged us to return and promote Maltese properties in this very interesting market. Our investment in this market is creating various opportunities and a number of visitors at this year's fair came purposely to enquire about Malta. A few of these visitors have already confirmed their visit to Malta next month".