Tuesday, July 23, 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.

Dubai: Falling property + stock market prices = investment opportunity?

Dubai is famous for its high skyscrapers and lavish lifestyle, and owning real estate in the sunny Gulf city may sound like a non-affordable...
expats in saudi

Cost Of Construction In Gulf Countries Set To Pick Up Soon

The cost of construction in the Middle East is set to pick up in 2019 after a period of stagnation, according to new research.Global...

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....

Feel good: Dubai’s Torch Tower residents get a surprise!

A team of firefighters headed by Lieutenant Colonel Ali Hassan Al Mutawa, Assistant General Commander for Smart Services at Dubai Civil Defence, visited the...

Saudi’s anti-corruption drive is hurting Dubai

In a surprise move on Saturday, at least 49 Saudi princes, businessmen and officials were rounded up and accused of corruption. Some of the biggest...

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...

Bahrain: Second Phase Of Water Park Project To Begin Soon

The Ministry of Works, Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning announced that it would begin the implementation of the second phase of the water park...

Bahrain has a housing shortage

Bahrain is suffering from a housing shortage of about 75,000 units in 2017, according to a new report by CBRE.Its H1 2017 Bahrain MarketView...

You can now buy a Dubai apartment for 50 bitcoin

Bitcoin fans are being offered first dibs on 150 apartments in a new Dubai development. One bitcoin is now worth just over $4,600. It has more...

Dubai property slump to continue: S&P

By AFPA three-year downturn in Dubai's property market will likely continue until at least 2020, Standard & Poor's said Tuesday, citing low oil prices, the...
- Advertisement -

Most Recent

Stay updated with the latest INSIDER news for the Gulf

Enter your e-mail address to receive essential weekly updates. We WON'T SPAM, that's a PROMISE!

Choose which Expats section you want to subscribe in: