Oman government’s announcement to investigate the possible introduction of a tram service across Muscat is the first sign of a long-awaited public transportation infrastructure plan, with the city’s real estate landscape directly exp
Cluttons, an international real estate services company, has posted a 36 per cent year-on-year increase in profits before tax for the year ended March 31, 2014, to £10.9 million ($16.4 million).
The company said its turnover
With freehold transactions falling by almost one third in total during the third quarter of the year, Dubai’s off-plan residential sales market is still buoyant and continues to attract regional and international investors, a report said.
A shortage of prime office space in Dubai, UAE, which is being underpinned by robust demand, has created a strong upward pressure on rents across the city, a report said.
This is supported by a rapidly diminishing supply of Grade
Leading international real estate consultancy Cluttons has been appointed by Kazerooni Group to act as tenant liaison and provide leasing and property management services across the group’s property portfolio in Bahrain.
International real estate consultancy Cluttons has partnered with Tilal Properties, a newly formed joint venture between Sharjah Asset Management and Eskan Real Estate Development, to provide a fully integrated sales and marketing solution for T
With the opening of the first phase of the Dubai Tram network today (November 11), the emirate’s first truly community focussed infrastructure project is set to add permanent long term value to residential values in Dubai Marina, a report
Cluttons, a leading international real estate advisor, and Bahrain-based property consultant Impact Estate are set to launch the sale of new luxurious freehold apartments at a residential tower in the kingdom.
Orchid Plaza, develo
Bahrain-based real estate finance developer Eskan Bank has appointed leading property consultant Cluttons as the sole leasing agent and facilities manager for its large mixed-use development Danat Al Madina.
The rents in Bahrain’s office market have stabilised in the third quarter, putting a halt to the declines witnessed in most submarkets during the first six months of the year, caused mainly by the country’s stagnant levels of economi