Oil's rally supported stock markets across the Gulf, while Dubai property stocks surged after the emirate's biggest listed real estate developer announced a bullish 2015 profit forecast.
Brent crude hit 2015 highs above $6
Dar Al Arkan, one of Saudi Arabia's largest property developers, has reported a 40.6 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit on Thursday, broadly in line with analysts' forecasts.
Arkan made a net profit of SR147.3 milli
Property and facility management firm Royal Ambassador has launched a new residential project at Amwaj Islands in Bahrain to capitalise on an upturn in interest for off-plan and pre-sale properties.
The 20-storey Ariva tower, costing
Dubai's Deyaar Development, a leading real estate company in the UAE emirate, reported a six per cent rise in first-quarter net profit on Tuesday.
Deyaar, one of the companies worst hit by Dubai's property market collapse
Azizi Developments, a leading UAE-based property developer, is set to showcase its upscale residential projects at the latest edition of Cityscape Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s premier real estate event.
To be held from April 5 to
The International Property Show, which concluded today (April 1) in Dubai, UAE, witnessed many successful deals signed involving plots and residential units in the UAE and overseas during the show.
Real estate experts said that th
The Gulf Property Show, a key regional event being organised by Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions (HCE), has become the first real estate and property expo in the world to feature a property search engine on its website.
Tebyan, a leading real estate development company, will be unveiling its Sparkle Towers - Space Marveled by Swarovski at the upcoming International Property Show (IPS 2015) in Dubai, UAE.
The Sparkle Towers, strategically lo
Damac Properties, a leading property developer in the UAE, will be announcing special offers and payment plans for a number of properties across a select portfolio in Dubai at the upcoming International Property Show 2015.
Property dealers in Europe are targeting Gulf investors who stand to cash in as a result of the weak euro against the strong US dollar, which regional currencies including the Bahraini dinar are pegged to.
The euro hit a 12-year l