Egypt-based Real Mark Company, an affiliate of Holding Company for Construction and Development (HCCD), is participating in Aqari Exhibition, which is taking place from October 1 to 4, to market a portfolio of projects in various cities and new communities for state-run companies, Invest-Gate reports.

Real Mark is managing and marketing HCCD projects, along with those of other developers such as Maadi Company for Development and Reconstruction, Al Nasr Housing and Construction, and Heliopolis Company for Housing and Development (HHD), offering potential clients seven-year payment plans and 5%-down deals throughout the four-day property show, according to the company’s press release on September 30.

Among the integrated projects being promoted by Real Mark for Maadi Company is the “Maadi Valley” project, which extends over 27 acres in Zahraa Maadi, east Cairo, comprising a total of 41 apartment buildings. This comes in addition to “Maadi View” in Shorouk City, which is being developed over 136 acres, offering various residential modules that vary between apartments, duplexes, and villas.

Besides, Real Mark is marketing Al Nasr Housing’s mixed-use project in 6th of October City, west Cairo. Named “Calma,” the ​​24-acre fully-serviced residential compound incorporates an array of services such as a social club, a commercial mall, a mosque, an administrative building, a nursery, on top of green spaces as well as entertainment areas.

The Golden Park project is also on the list, which is the first project to exploit the assets of HCCD to address the most important needs of the Egyptian real estate market in terms of unit prices and areas, starting from 105 square meters. Situated in Obour City, the gated community is divided into 27 housing, administrative, and commercial plots, providing a broad assortment of unit modules and spaces, while also including 47 residential buildings.

With the Coronavirus crisis still prevalent, Al Ahram’s real estate show, or “Aqari Exhibition,” is being convened at the Cairo International Convention Center, hosting more than 20 property developers, while setting the necessary safety precautionary measures to curb infection spread.