Bahrain's Housing Ministry has announced the launch of three new electronic services via its website housing.gov.bh, in partnership with the Central Informatics Organisation, a report said.
The initiative, which targets eligib
Egypt's Housing Ministry has scaled back the size of a house-building project with the UAE-based Arabtec to 100,000 homes from the originally agreed one million, a local newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Arabtec, Dubai's larg
Abu Dhabi-based developer Bloom Properties has unveiled plans to build 302 homes next to New York University’s Saadiyat campus in the UAE capital, said a report.
The company, owned by the Abu Dhabi conglomerate National Hold
Bahrain is set to implement the third phase of the Hawrat Sanad projects, which includes the construction of 50 housing units, according to a report.
The units will be of the most common model (T3M), with an ar
More houses could soon be built on land in Arad that was supposed to be reserved for agriculture, it has been revealed. Bahrain's Cabinet discussed the possibility of a new housing project for the green belt in Block 241, east of the site
Scores of Sitra fishermen have been ordered to relocate to make way for a major new government housing project.
The fishermen, who currently occupy the Sefala area of Sitra island, have complained that there is not enough space at
A new department to receive complaints and suggestions is being launched by Bahrain’s Housing Ministry as part of a new open-door policy.
The facility already exists on its website, but forms will now be made available at it
Palm Hills Development (PHD) has entered into a agreement with Madinet Nasr Housing & Development (MNHD) to develop a residential community in East Cairo over 433,643 sq m of land, a report said.
The estimated value of the pro
Nearly 12,000 housing units will enter the real estate market of Dubai, UAE this year, a report said, noting that the market showed signs of an efficient easing as well as sporadic gains in certain segments in May.
The trend in ce
The majority of the real-estate developers in Dubai, UAE, have now started shifting their focus on end-users or middle-income earners by providing them with affordable housing options, said a leading developer.