Friday 9 October 2015
Abu Dhabi property

Rental cap to keep Abu Dhabi property buoyant

The re-introduction of a rental cap and increase in affordable housing will see Abu Dhabi property staying  buoyant through 2015, said an industry expert, highlighting the UAE emirate’s strong growth potential and rise in demand for p


New homes influx ‘could impact Dubai rents’

With 25,000 residential units slated for delivery in 2015, rental rates in Dubai, UAE, will be impacted further, a report said, noting however that the decline could be neutralised in the wake of an increased demand for accommodation. C


Tasweek in new fund management service

Abu Dhabi-based Tasweek Real Estate Marketing and Development, a leading property advisor and solutions provider, has incorporated Investment Fund Management (IFM) to its list of services. The new service will enable Tasweek to go beyond r


New rules to boost Abu Dhabi property market

The new regulations in Abu Dhabi real estate sector including compulsory registration of all leases covering residential; commercial and industrial property is good for both tenants and landlords, said legal experts DLA Piper. The region&#

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