Knight Frank, one of the world’s leading property agencies and consultancies, said it has hired a new property asset management expert to strengthen the service line in the Middle East region.
The company has a strong presen
Knight Frank, a leading privately owned global property agency and consultancy, has hired a new manager at its Dubai office in the UAE.
Ali Manzoor joins the Development Consultancy team, and will help Knight Frank to meet increas
Dubai held the global top spot for rental growth for the second consecutive quarter to September, recording a 12.4 per cent increase year-on-year, a report said.
However, the rate of rental growth in the UAE emirate is slowing wit
Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) in Dubai, UAE, represents the largest valuation ever undertaken by Knight Frank globally of a single asset having a value of over $4.5 billion, the real estate consultancy said.
The valuation of the fla
The residential prices in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, have risen by five to seven per cent in the past year
and are expected to continue to move in an upward direction in the short- to medium-term, with new supply unlikely to be able to fully o
Knight Frank, a global property consultancy, has announced the release of the penthouse in the world’s tallest twisted skyscraper situated in a key location at the heart of Dubai Marina.
Designed by world-renowned Skidmore O
With the level of new supply of office space remaining low, prime rents in Dubai were up 23 per cent in the third quarter (Q3) of the year compared to the corresponding period of 2013, a report said.
Although new enquiries for off
Collectable investments of passion can still outperform more mainstream asset classes, according to the latest results from the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index (KFLII), which rose by six per cent over the 12 months to June.
Despite experiencing a drop in the vacancy rate to 30 per cent, rents for Grade A shell and core offices in Abu Dhabi continued to trend down in the first six months (H1) of this year, falling by 3 per cent, a report said.
Dubai has got the status of the best performing luxury real estate market in the Middle East, while its 6.3 per cent annual price growth of luxury homes is better than the global average recorded during the first half of the year, a report said.