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Bahrainis investing in UAE real estate

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The UAE property market remains attractive for long term investors amidst the economic slowdown.

Real estate developers are now shifting their focus towards the completion of their projects, strengthening the confidence of buyers across the globe, says Bonyan International Investment Group (Holding) LLC, one of the leading real estate companies in Dubai.

Among the top UAE real estate investors are Bahraini nationals, who have pumped over 95 million dirhams into the UAE property market in the first quarter of 2009 as reflected by recently published reports by REIDIN.com.

In line with this, the group has announced that it is looking to recruit new sales agencies to maximise the opportunity presented by this latest market development.

In addition to the completion of a wide selection of luxury and mid-priced developments, investor's confidence is also rising as a result of the government's efforts to provide unprecedented benefits to foreign buyers, such as the new multi-visit entry visa scheme, which enables property owners to enter the country and stay for up to six months.



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