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Fitch sees retail lending risk in Qatar as moderate

Santhosh V Perumal Gulf Times 25.04.2009
Fitch sees retail lending risk in Qatar as moderate

Credit rating agency Fitch finds only “moderate” risk potential in retail lending of the Qatari banking sector compared to “high” risk of those in the UAE and Oman.

Asteco Report Optimistic for Qatar's Property Market

Whilst it's true that the current economic climate has created a more discerning property investor, there is no significant evidence to suggest a detrimental drop in apartment and villa rental rates in Qatar, but a comfortable stabilisation according to a recently published report by Asteco.

Doha expo to showcase construction industry

Bonnie James Gulf Times 22.04.2009
Doha expo to showcase construction industry

Project Qatar 2009, opening on April 27, aims to help participants capitalise on the attractive opportunities in the country’s civil construction industry, organiser IFP Qatar said yesterday.

Qatar property market remains strong as the economy continues to grow

Luxury lifestyle provider, DAMAC Properties has said the demand in the Qatar's property market will continue to grow in medium term outlook even as other markets start to feel the impact of the global economical crises.

Abu Dhabi set to recover first from the global property downturn

The property market in Abu Dhabi could be the first place in the Gulf region to recover from the global downturn, according to research from international property consultants.

Green building design rating system unveiled

Barwa and Qatari Diar, in partnership with America’s University of Pennsylvania, have developed the first performance-based sustainability rating system in the Middle East.

British Fine & Country enters Qatar market

The Peninsula Qatar 09.04.2009
French delegation visits Al Wa’ab City - Qatar’s upcoming real estate landmark

Al Wa'ab City Management, real estate project being developed in Qatar, has hosted the MEDEF delegation on a visit to its multi-media Customer Relations Centre.

British Fine & Country enters Qatar market

British Fine & Country, one of the world’s largest prestige property networks, yesterday announced the expansion of its recently established UAE-based regional operations into the strong Qatari real estate market.

Qatar's Property Market Maturing Well

Hilland Knowlton 02.04.2009
DAMAC Properties, Dubai-based luxury lifestyle provider, has affirmed that the demand in the Qatar's property market will continue to grow in medium term outlook even as other markets start to feel the impact of the global economical crises.

DAMAC Properties, Dubai-based luxury lifestyle provider, has affirmed that the demand in the Qatar's property market will continue to grow in medium term outlook even as other markets start to feel the impact of the global economical crises.

Qatar's Property Market Maturing Well

The property market has seen a slight decline over the past 12 months, but Asteco’s diversified range of services is helping Qatar’s market continue to gain momentum, focusing on the whole property life-cycle, not just sales. Services including market research, valuations and feasibility studies are all helping to stabilise the country’s fledgling property market.


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