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Profit margins in real estate sector at 39%

Abdel Hai Mohamad zawya.com 25.05.2009
UAE property market stabilising in H2 -CEOs

Real estate executives see the UAE’s beleaguered property market stabilising in the second half of 2009, according to a survey published on Monday, after months of declines that have seen more than 50 percent wiped of asset values.

Profit margins in real estate sector at 39%

The net profit margin of investment in UAE's real estate sector stood at 39 per cent over the period 2002-2009. Also the return on capital amounted to 43 per cent and that on shareholder rights 16 per cent, a study said.

Quality and facilities big realty factors

Shuchita Kapur Emirates Business 247 25.05.2009

Pakistan seeks investment to build eight million houses

Ashfaq Ahmed The Gulf News 13.05.2009
Quality and facilities big realty factors

Quality and level of services will play a crucial and decisive role in the future of the real estate sector in the UAE, according to an Emirates Business survey of real estate developers.

Pakistan seeks investment to build eight million houses

Pakistan is seeking investment to build eight million low cost houses all over the country as part of its plan to boost economic activity and attract foreign investment, said a top official.

UAE developers eye Pakistan housing projects

Sarmad Khan and Angela Giuffrida The National 13.05.2009
UAE developers eye Pakistan housing projects

A number of UAE property developers are considering investing in the construction of 6 million low-cost homes in Pakistan as part of a government-backed plan to ease the housing shortage in the country.

Dubai property contractors still owed billions

Property contractors in Dubai are still owed billions from developers, many of them state linked, and are demanding some kind of assurance that they will be paid soon.

Always room for expansion

Rebecca Bundhun The National 12.05.2009
FCW gets recognition for promoting UAE property market

International Property Show organizers express gratitude to mega project in Dubailand

Always room for expansion

Any hotel operators with extensive expansion plans would appear to be facing tough times because of the global financial crisis and the economic slowdown.

A major step to help regulate the markets

Saifur Rahman Gulf News 12.05.2009

Dubai's Nakheel gets government cash injection

Jason Benham Reuters 11.05.2009
A major step to help regulate the markets

The UAE Federal Government's decision to allow short-term, multiple-entry visas to foreign owners of properties could be seen as a first major step towards regulating the sector - which has led the country's economic growth over the last five years.

Dubai's Nakheel gets government cash injection

Nakheel, the state-owned developer of the emirate's palm-shaped islands, is receiving funds from the Dubai government, as it looks to complete projects and pay outstanding obligations, it said on Monday.


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