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3094 real estate brokers working in the Dubai real estate market

3094 real estate brokers working in the Dubai real estate market

The Dubai Land Department has reported that 3,094 real estate brokers are currently registered in Dubai's Real Estate Regulatory Agency.

Property prices down by 0.6%

Irish Times 26.11.2012
Property prices down by 0.6%

Residential property prices fell in October, bringing an end to a three month upswing in house values. The Residential Property Price Index, published by the Central Statistics Office, shows that residential property prices were 15.1 per cent lower at the end of last month than at the same point in 2011.

The Cheung Kong Center stands in Central. Major developers in Hong Kong joined hands to object to the government's recently announced cooling measures to curb home prices. [Photo/Agencies]

Major property developers in Hong Kong raised objections to the government's recently announced measures to curb skyrocketing home prices, and sought exemptions to a tax which targets overseas and corporate buyers, after home sales fell significantly following the measures' introduction.

Spain plans residency rights for non-EU overseas property buyers

Spain is gearing up to offer automatic residency rights to property investors from outside the European Union who pay more than £130,000 for a house.

Darwin is Australia’s ‘property powerhouse’

While many overseas buyers are heading to Australia’s more popular state capitals – Perth, Sydney and Melbourne – it is a ‘crocodile infested backwater’ that is proving to be the nation’s most resilient property market.

Property developer ‘shocked’ at radio interview by Lucinda Creighton, court hears

PROPERTY developer Michael O'Flynn told the High Court today of his shock when he heard a radio interview two years ago in which a Fine Gael TD referred to him when talking about low standards in public life.

Property prices fell in Dubai during the global financial crisis, but are now climbing up again Photo: Alamy

US bank Citigroup is gauging the strength of Dubai's real estate sector by working out how many expat children are enrolled in schools there.

NZ Property market heat no surprise

New Zealand's household incomes have increased by a third in the last four years, while average house prices have risen nationally by only 1.3 per cent in the same period, making recent real estate market buoyancy unsurprising, says Finance Minister Bill English.

London property prices prop up UK average: Cebr

Although the price of a typical UK home rose by 1.7 per cent in the 12 months to September, meaning the average property now costs £233,000, the Office for National Statistics’ monthly house price index suggests this is largely due to London and the south east driving up prices.

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