The UAE’s property market witnessed mixed results in November with the pleasant weather having a galvanising effect on Dubai's real estate sector, while in neighbouring Abu Dhabi things seemed to be cooling down, said a report.
The recent global economic uncertainties have induced a ‘wait and see’ attitude in potential property buyers in Abu Dhabi and as a result real estate prices are softening in the emirate, a report said.
The Abu Dhabi re
The property market in Dubai, UAE, witnessed mixed results in the first half with opposing trends for two of the emirate's most popular luxury villa communities - Arabian Ranches (where rents soared high) and Emirates Hills (where rents took
Dubai's property market is about to start its next growth curve and the time is now ripe for investors with a mid to long-term mindset to take the plunge, according to Knight Frank, one of the city’s leading property firms.
The real estate market of the UAE has had its ups and downs in the past. The global housing market crash of 2008 had dented sentiment in Dubai’s then rapidly rising realty sector as well, but thanks to the authorities’ resilience and
With so many new homes slated to enter the market, demand is projected to increase rapidly, especially from the millennials (those born between 1976 and 1990) who are primed to venture into buying homes instead of renting, according to the organ
Indians have become the biggest overseas property investors in Dubai, UAE, spending more than Rs30,000 crore ($4.59 billion) last year alone, said a report.
This is more than a quarter of the total of around Rs1 lakh crore ($15.3
Riyadh’s office market has remained largely stable over the second quarter of 2015, partially due to further delays in the construction of many of the key projects, a report said.
The office market in the Saudi capital has s
Credit growth in the United Arab Emirates is expected to be around 2 per cent this year, a senior banking official said, in a fresh sign the UAE credit cycle may have peaked because of low oil prices and cooling property markets.
London remains an attractive destination for Middle East investors looking to expand their property portfolio, according to a new report from property investment firm IP Global.
A number of outer London locations are showing parti