Dubai-based developer Seven Tides will showcase some of its top properties at the upcoming Cityscape Global, a leading real estate event in Dubai, UAE.
The event takes place from September 8 to 10 at the Dubai International Conven
A new era for Dubai’s residential market is on the horizon, as rental rates for apartments and villas across the city declined by an average of two per cent in the second quarter of 2015 compared to the previous quarter, said a report.
The apartment rental rates for prime buildings across Abu Dhabi, UAE, are on the rise again following a slow start to the year, according to a report by Asteco, one of the largest independent real estate companies in the region.
UAE-based luxury property developer Seven Tides has appointed leading regional real estate services firm, Asteco, as the sole agent for its newly-launched project Dukes Oceana, Dubai.
Located on the Palm Jumeirah, this is the firs
Renewed focus on the potential and possibly pent-up demand for affordable housing in Dubai, UAE, is spurring local government, investor and developer activity, said a report.
The first three months of this year showed little or no
The property prices in Abu Dhabi, UAE, remained relatively stable in the first quarter of 2015 even as there was a significant demand for affordable residential units, said a report.
The real estate sector in the UAE capital saw a
Asteco, a leading real estate consultancy and property management firm in the region, has been appointed the sole leasing agent for the Al Habtoor Business Tower, one of Dubai’s most prestigious and sought-after addresses.
Asteco, one of the largest independent full service real estate companies in the Middle East, has signed franchise agreements with Bahrain-based RightWay and Dubai’s Savana Real Estate in line with its regional expansion strategy.
UAE-based property management company Asteco said it has been appointed by Al Ain Ladies Club to lease a total of 20 retail units within the facility.
Launched in 2014 and located in Markhaniya area, Al Ain Ladies Club, developed
The supply of 13,000 new homes this year is likely to soften the rents in Dubai's property market especially the apartments sector which has seen rents soar by up to 65 per cent over the last five years, said a report by leading real estate