Saturday, July 20, 2019

Property

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

Qatar becomes one of New York’s biggest property owners

Qatar has become a big player in New York real estate. Qatar Investment Authority is now the city's ninth-largest commercial property owner. The sovereign...

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...

Qatar approves draft law on property ownership by foreigners

Qatar announced approval of a draft law on regulating the ownership and use of properties by foreigners, media reports said on Thursday.The decision was...

Saudi: Property Market is one of the World’s Worst Performing

Knight Frank names Saudi real estate market as one of the world's worst performing over the past yearKnight Frank's Global House Price Index for...

Dubai Property Prices Unlikely To Rebound Until 2021

Dubai’s homeowners will have to wait at least a couple more years for a long-running property slump to hit bottom as developers put a...

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...

Revealed: Top nationalities looking to buy Dubai properties

Properties in Dubai continue to gain growing interest from buyers, both locally and abroad. In August alone, some Dh2.7 billion worth of homes were...

UAE Reveals Plans To Build One Of The Tallest Towers

Leading international hospitality group sbe said more than 60% of the work on SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences, its first property in the Middle...

Dubai Residential Prices To Decline Further In 2019

There is potential for residential real estate prices in Dubai to decline by another 5-10% this year before the market hits the bottom, said...

Abu Dhabi: Expats Can Now Own Plots In Investment Zones

The Abu Dhabi government’s move to change a real estate rule to allow expats to own freehold property in designated zones is a step in the...
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