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  • A recent forecast on the Middle East real estate market published by CBRE indicates that the investment yield in UAE residential property will remain at 7–7.5% in 2024. The yield for luxury residential real estate is likely to reach 6–7%. Office yields are expected to be at 6.5–7% for the luxury class and 7–7.5% for Class A offices. The total value...

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  • Fresh data on the real estate market in the UAE for 2023 indicate a significant increase in the investment attractiveness of the northern emirates of the country. Markets in Ajman, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) are experiencing considerable growth. Website visits for property sales, user behavior, and buyer trends demonstrate a clear upward...

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  • Economists and real estate market experts in the UAE anticipate an increase in demand and the continuation of an upward trend in property prices in 2024. However, many expect significant changes in the situation by the second half of 2024. Current data indicates an upcoming shift, which will particularly impact the luxury real estate market. It is...

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  • In recent years, the UAE, the second-largest economy among Arab countries, has implemented a series of economic, social, and legislative reforms to attract a greater volume of foreign direct investment and skilled workforce to the country. For instance, in 2019, the "golden visa" programme was launched, granting a 10-year residency right in the...

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  • Investing in property in the UAE can be a lucrative venture as the country remains one of the most attractive destinations for property purchases. Such investments help to protect funds from inflation and generate income from rental or subsequent resale. Property in Dubai and Abu Dhabi is the most popular choice for buyers, with annual appreciation...

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  • The development of the real estate sector in Dubai reflects a constantly expanding market, its resilience to external influences, and its attractiveness to investors, developers, and property owners. Content: A market of boundless opportunities Benefits of investing in Dubai A market of boundless opportunities Since 2008, the real estate...

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  • The capital of the UAE is famous for its elite villa developments that offer a relaxed lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the city. These projects feature secluded locations and offer residents the highest levels of comfort and first-class amenities. Residents enjoy access to white sand beaches, private pools, extensive landscaped...

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  • While prices and ROI rates are crucial in making investment decisions, it's also essential to consider a spectrum of other factors that shape the market. Interest in economic stability, ongoing reforms, support programs for investors and businesses, current tax policies, and development prospects is vital. To address these questions regarding the...

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  • Foreign property is attractive to investors and the UAE stands out as one of the top countries where foreigners prefer to buy property. Until April 2019, foreign nationals were unable to own property in the UAE capital. However, changes introduced by the government have allowed expatriates to become full owners in freehold areas. These measures...

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  • Shareholders of Dubai’s largest developer, Emaar Properties, have approved the Board of Directors’ proposal to pay a dividend of 50 fils per share totalling AED 4.4 billion (USD 1.2 billion) and voted for the appointment of new members to the board who will “spearhead the company's growth strategy.” On Monday, April 22, 2024,...

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