The total value of project awards for Sharjah this year could reach $3 billion, which is 25 per cent higher than 2013 and would represent Sharjah’s best ever year, said Meed Projects.
Over the two years to the end of 2013 a
Egyptian real estate group Palm Hills, the country's second-biggest listed developer, dropped to a third-quarter net loss on Thursday, hit by weaker revenue.
The firm, battered by land probes and cancellations after the uprising that toppl
Sorouh Real Estate, which reported a four-fold surge in second-quarter profit on Thursday, plans to invest 1.4 billion dirhams ($381 million) in completing and delivering its existing projects until year-end.
Abu Dhabi's second-largest dev
Apartment rental prices declined by an average 9 per cent during the second quarter in Abu Dhabi as new stock continued to enter the UAE capital's housing market, a report said.
However, rents for quality villas, which are still in sho
Palm Hills, Egypt's second-biggest listed developer, swung a first-quarter net loss of 36.2 million Egyptian pounds ($1.6 million), the stock exchange said on Tuesday.
Palm Hills, being hit by the political turmoil that
Egyptian property developer Nasr City Housing is preparing to start work on its 3.5 million square metre, $3.4 billion-plus Tigan project, a report said.
Tigan will include mixed-use housing units and is expected to be completed in seven y
Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa region will lead to delays and cancellations of many real estate projects and may dampen the outlook of regional property markets, a Standard & Poor's report said.
The ratings agency said poli
Dubai World's real estate development unit Limitless is set to delay repayment of a $1.2 billion loan for six months, two sources familiar with the matter said, as the emirate's debt worries drag on.
The delay will allow the compan
Amlak Finance said the value of its real estate investment portfolio grew to more than Dh4.5 billion ($1.2 billion).
This follows the acquisition of six million square feet of land from the government of Dubai.
The land, which is