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MENAFN - Arab News - 07/02/2014

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(MENAFN -Arab News) NCB Capital has joined hands with Jeddah-based SEDCO Development Company to launch the AlAhli SEDCO Residential Development Fund, a public close-end Shariah-compliant investment opportunityThe fund provides investors with capital growth by purchasing land plots in Jeddah for development, construction and sale of residential apartments targeting the middle income segment of the population. Minimum subscription is SR50,000 and the fund aims to have an internal rate of return of 10 percent per year.Tariq Linjawi, acting CEO and head of wealth management at NCB Capital, said: "Combining NCB Capital's success in launching and managing real estate funds with SEDCO Development's expertise as one of the most successful real estate developers in the region, the new fund has been created to address the shortage of reasonably affordable residential accommodation for middle and upper income home buyers.Jeddah's residential market-wide gap is estimated to be 21,000 units per year.SEDCO Development has been appointed as the developer of the AlAhli SEDCO Residential Development Fund, responsible for managing and conducting the development.Khalid Jamjoom, CEO of SEDCO Development, stated: "The merging of two major players in the local market provides investors a unique opportunity to participate in a quality product that meets the strong demand for this type of residential property in Jeddah."Anees Moumina, CEO of SEDCO Holding Group, said: "We are excited about this collaboration between NCB Capital and SEDCO Development and believe that AlAhli SEDCO Residential Development Fund will have a role in supporting the Real Estate Sector in Saudi Arabia."Real estate financing is expected to increase by 60 percent during 2014-2019 to SR210 billion and the introduction of the Mortgage Law is expected to further drive demand.

 






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