Real Estate


Al Fajer Properties Achievements Now Proven

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Al Fajer Properties is pleased to announce that its performance-based direction is now measurable by an established construction standard whereby attaining the highest level of transparency on its projects.

UAE realty investors more inclined to buy properties: Survey

It's been found that investors in the UAE are bound to go for real estate investment over the next 12 months than their mates in countries such as the UK, the US and India, a new survey from Barclays Wealth indicated.

UAE firm eyes Gulf property with U.S. partner

ABU DHABI, June 15 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi-based Gulf Capital said on Monday it plans to enter the property sector in the Gulf in partnership with a U.S. firm to tap growing demand and take advantage of lower prices.

Better Homes witnesses a positive market reaction

Sunday, 14 June 2009, Dubai, UAE - Better Homes, the region's largest real estate agency, has witnessed some positive results over the past two weeks, where both general enquiries and transactions are on the rise, after a dip in recent months in light of the affect the global financial crisis has had on the UAE.

The property pulse rate

The National 15.06.2009
The property pulse rate

If there is anything people need in the property market in the UAE, it is reliable data. Every week, people are bombarded by different numbers: prices rising, declining, flattening out. Some of it is anecdotal and some is based on actual research. It's hard to keep track of it or to know which data to trust.

UAE’s Wealthy Most Likely to Invest in Property: Survey Finds

DUBAI - Rich investors in the UAE are more likely than those in other countries to want to increase their real estate investments in the coming 12 months, according to the findings of a survey disclosed on Sunday.

Property to level out ‘by year end’

Angela Giuffrida The National 12.06.2009
Property to level out ‘by year end’

Property prices in the UAE may decline by another 20 per cent and level out by the end of the year, according to a report by Deutsche Bank.

UAE Ppty Seen Falling Further 15-20% Until Yr End - Deutsche

DUBAI (Zawya Dow Jones)--Property prices in the United Arab Emirates will bottom out at the end of the year after falling a further 15-20%, Deutsche Bank said in report released Thursday.

Positive signs for property market

It is too early to say that reports from financial institutions of a strengthening of property prices in parts of the UAE mark an end to the volatility that has rocked the market in recent months. However, they are a clear indication that consumer and investor confidence - factors which drive the property market - are picking up.

Zaya releases first completed Nurai Beachfront Estate for sale

Abu Dhabi, June 08, 2009 - Zaya, the UAE-based boutique real estate developer, announced the release of its first completed Beachfront Estate from its flagship project Nurai for sale, with a percentage of the proceeds being donated to two humanitarian organizations - the UAE Red Crescent, and Akshaya Patra.

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