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DTZ named sole letting agent for trade centre

Global real estate developer, DTZ, has announced that it has been appointed the sole letting agent for the World Trade Centre Qatar. The deal was signed by Sheikh Nasser Bin Ali Bin Saud Al Thani, the chairman of Qatar General Ins

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Property investors eye euro zone break up

Businesses and investors globally are preparing for a break up of the debt-riddled euro zone in 2012, leading many to put their expansion plans on hold and shoring up safe-haven demand for top quality real estate, property consultancy DTZ said on

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Baytik Industrial Oasis names agent

Baytik Industrial Oasis (BIO) has appointed DTZ as its exclusive leasing agent and property and facility manager for Bahrain International Investment Park (BIIP). BIO is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kuwait Finance House-Bahrain. &#

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22pc jump seen in global capital for property

A total of $281 billion of capital will be available to invest in global real estate in 2011, a 22 per cent increase on a previous estimate in December 2009, said a report. The latest ‘The Great Wall of Money’ report by DTZ Research, part

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Investors to pump $281bn in real estate next year

An estimated $280.6 billion of capital will be available to invest in global commercial real estate in 2011, with the US market drawing the most buyer interest as it bottoms out, a report said. Property consultant DTZ said available c

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Investors to pump $281bn in real estate next year

An estimated $280.6 billion of capital will be available to invest in global commercial real estate in 2011, with the US market drawing the most buyer interest as it bottoms out, a report said. Property consultant DTZ said available c

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Rents fall in Bahrain on oversupply

Rents in Bahrain in the retail, office, residential and industrial sector have fallen as developers increasingly realise they have failed to focus on end-users' demands, a top market analyst said. Oversupply had been mounting as a resu

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Bahrain property seen subdued for some time

Bahrain's property market is likely to remain subdued for some time due to lack of financing, while oversupply in both the residential and commercial sector will put further pressure on rents, a report said on Monday. Some 19,300 new homes

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Kuwait low on freehold housing

While there are substantial volumes of supply in the commercial and residential investment sectors, an undersupply of private residential (freehold) housing is a key challenge to the Kuwait real estate market, a report said. DTZ, one

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Growth seen for Qatar real estate market

Qatar’s real estate market is expected to experience growth this year with demand for all types of real estate seen increasing as a result of Qatar’s strong economic environment, a report said. The report by DTZ, one of the top global real

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