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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.

How to assess Dubai's property market? Count the expat pupils

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.

Property market stronger in Dubai than Abu Dhabi

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Dubai Land Department introduces 'my e-licenses' programme for real estate brokers

The Government of Dubai Land Department (LD) has launched the real estate e-licenses programme. The programme is part of service package introduced by the department during Gitex Technology Week 2012.

Property market stronger in Dubai than Abu Dhabi

Dubai’s real estate market recovery is more robust than that of neighbouring Abu Dhabi, with steady rent increases and price growth for prime assets across the hotel, retail and residential sectors, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) said in its Q3 report.

Retail property potential big

Emerging real estate market dynamics, long-term return on investment and a robust regional retail sector will be on the agenda at Cityscape Global 2012 next month, as it gets set to host a series of conferences identifying new ventures for those attending the show.

Damac praises Emaar's plan to build ‘The BLVD’

The Downtown Burj Dubai area is fast becoming one of the most desirable addresses in the world, according to a private luxury developer.

Emaar to build another Address Hotel in Dubai

Dubai: Emaar Properties will build the sixth addition to its The Address Hotels — The Address The BLVD, a five star premium hotel and serviced residences, the property developer announced Sunday.

Property scams unearthed in Dubai

Property owners have turned to the police following failed attempts to recoup owed rental funds from at least two Dubai property firms they hired to rent and manage leased property units.

Indians fear property bubble burst back home, find Dubai safe

A few years ago buying a property in Dubai was a sign of affluence for Indians back home, but that’s not the case anymore.

Indians dominate foreign investor property purchases in Dubai

DUBAI: Foreign investor purchases in freehold projects in Dubai are still dominated by Indians who have retained the number one spot since foreign ownership regulations were applied, a new research has revealed.


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