The property sector in Dubai, UAE, still remains robust despite the oil slump with the city attracting billions of dollars in real estate investments this year, said a report.
Significant progress of the region in the real estate
Wetherell, a specialist in London's prime residential properties, is offering a golden opportunity to those seeking to live a king's life for a week at less than £5,000 ($6551) in London’s ultimate address - 80 Park Lane in M
Abdulah Al Sanousi enjoys the breeze in the lush resort outside Sarajevo where his family bought a flat to escape the summer heat at home in Kuwait, one of thousands of new Gulf buyers in the country.
The trend has picked up with
The UAE-Based Jannah Hotels and Resorts has announced plans to launch two new properties in Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah. They are set to open before December 2016.
The new addition in Abu Dhabi is Jannah Residences City Centre, l
Manazel Real Estate, a leading UAE developer, has reported a revenue of Dh267.4 million ($72.78 million) for the first half of this year, compared to Dh262.8 million ($71.53 million) during H1 2015.
Manazel demonstrated stable per
Abu Dhabi property yields continue to be attractive to investors with an average return of 5 per cent despite a 2 per cent decline in residential rental rates, said a new report by Chestertons Mena, a leading international property agency.
United Real Estate Company (URC), Kuwait’s leading real estate development and property services company, posted a revenue growth of 11 per cent to KD36 million ($119.32 million) for the first half of 2016, compared with the same period la
Dar Al Arkan, one of Saudi Arabia's largest property developers, has reported a 38.7 per cent fall in second-quarter net profit, continuing its earnings slump as it made less money from land sales.
Arkan made a net profit of S
The recent decision by the Bahraini government to allow foreigner investors 100 per cent ownership in various sectors of the market is likely to have a positive long term impact on the kingdom’s property markets, according to leading inter
The recent decision by the Bahraini government to allow foreigner investors 100 per cent ownership in various sectors of the market is likely to have a positive long-term impact on the kingdom’s property markets, according to leading inter