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    Latest updates on property, launch of new projects, implementation of new technology along with growth and development of real estate business in GCC.

    What caused the Sharjah power glitch

    Residents experienced rolling brownouts on Saturday and early Sunday, disrupting electrical power supply to homes and businesses in some areas of the emirate, said...

    Dubai/Abu Dhabi Residential Property Price Indices: May 2017 Results

    Dubai Residential Property Price Indices: Sales Price IndicesThe Dubai Residential Property Sales Price Index for all residential increased by 0.6 points, from 258.4 to...

    Saudi Arabia house price index rises

    The overall Housing Price Index (HPI) for Saudi Arabia has risen to 83 from the previous quarter index of 74, the Saudi Credit Bureau...

    Dubai & Abu Dhabi ranked 2nd & 3rd most expensive M....

    According to Mercer’s 2017 Cost of Living Survey, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the second and third most expensive Middle Eastern cities for expatriate...

    No Ejari? No water or electricity from July 1 in the...

    Moving to a new flat in Dubai? You will need to get your tenancy contract attested first before you can get your electricity and...

    Qataris selling their UAE properties at big discounts in rush to...

    Property brokers in Dubai are reporting a rush in sales from Qatari investors attempting to get their assets out of the UAE before the...

    Saudi: Tenants to face travel ban for nonpayment of rent

    About 18,700 cases have been filed against tenants who failed to pay rents of houses or business buildings in the past eight months with...

    Dubai beachside property owners banned from their own beach

    Shoreline developer Nakheel remained unmoved in a legal wrangle that has resulted in a ban on hundreds of residents using the beach outside their...

    UAE rents will fall 5-10% in 6 months, say experts

    Rents are likely to fall by 5 to 10% in the next 6 months throughout the UAE according to experts. Redundancies and an oversupply...

    Golden Age For Bahrain’s Tenants?

    A downward trend on rental prices echo the reduction in hydrocarbon receipts, tighter fiscal policy, and the erosion of long standing food and energy subsidies....
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