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
Leading property consultant Cluttons has partnered with the UK's leading property magazine Estates Gazette to host a major real estate event at the Capital Club in Dubai, UAE, on October 21.
A first-of-its-kind event,
Cluttons, the international real estate services company, has appointed Joanna Leverett as head of international residential markets.
In her new role, Leverett will lead international sales with a particular focus on linking the U
The UAE’s property market experienced improved stability during the first six months (H1) of 2014, with the rate of expansion steadying and the slowing down of growth in residential rents and values in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah, a repor
The 'King Hamad Causeway,' the second terrestrial link between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, will deliver a significant economic boost to Bahrain’s residential, industrial and retail markets, according to global real estate consultancy
Alargan, a major regional real estate developer, has appointed property consultant Cluttons as the sole leasing agent for its flagship Bahrain retail development, Alargan Village, Bu Quwah.
The Alargan Village is part of the Jeyou
Dubai’s real estate sector is expected to emerge as one of the principal beneficiaries of the development of Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (DWC), a masterplanned aerotropolis, said an industry expert.
Even as increased stability and job creation are driving growth in Bahrain's residential real estate market, occupier activity levels in the office market remain low, said an industry expert.
"Although confidence levels a
The newly unveiled Mall of the World in Dubai will include 100 hotels and some 20,000 rooms, as well as seven kilometres of climate controlled promenades, something that is offered nowhere else in the world, said an industry expert.
With a steady increase in the flow of tourists into Oman fuelling growth in Muscat’s luxury hotel sector, there is a significant opportunity for mid-range hotels to cater for a gap in the market, according to real estate consultancy Clutto