DUBAI AND MIDDLE EAST: PROPERTY PRICES

October 4, 2010 at 10:58 pm | Posted in Arabs, Economics, Financial, Middle East, Research | Leave a comment

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Property prices begin to steady

and other regional Real Estate news

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Mon 10/04/10

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As Cityscape Global gets under way in Dubai, a number of real estate focused reports find that prices in the emirate are beginning to stabilise in certain locations.

Property prices begin to steady in some parts of Dubai

Prices for apartments and villas are remaining stable in some communities in Dubai, despite continued drops in property prices overall across the emirate, according to a new report by property management company Asteco.

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The region’s premier real estate show has a worldwide focus as the 9th edition of this event at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre is re-branded Cityscape Global. Phil Blizzard reports on Dubai’s key developers Emaar, Damas, Nahkeel and Meydan at the show, alongside exhibitors from across the world.

A global perspective at Dubai real estate show

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Cushman & Wakefield unveil regional real estate research report

The Dubai commercial property market continues to favour tenants as commercial landlords across all areas of the emirate are becoming more flexible on rental values, according to the latest report from Cushman and Wakefield Middle East (C&W), part of the world’s largest privately held commercial real estate services firm. Find out more >>

Selective improvement in Mena investor sentiment, reveals Jones Lang LaSalle Survey

The latest Jones Lang LaSalle Real Estate Investor Sentiment Survey reveals that investor sentiment is improving in the Mena real estate market overall while Dubai remains stable. With investors becoming increasingly selective between regional real estate markets, the survey also confirms that they are becoming more focussed on the more populous markets of Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

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UAE real estate shows growth prospects in medium to long term

Chinese and Indian firms see Dubai as best regional business location
Cluttons, the real estate specialist that has enjoyed a dedicated presence in the Middle East since 1976, today issues its UAE market reports for Q3 2010. The findings of the report support the belief that the UAE is still affected by international fiscal uncertainty and market volatility.

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Indian and Chinese businesses see Dubai as the leading business centre in the region, but negative perceptions regarding occupancy costs still remain according to a new report, ‘Retreading The Silk Road’, published today by Cushman and Wakefield Middle East (C&W), part of the world’s largest privately held commercial real estate services firm.

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Property prices begin to steady and other regional Real Estate news

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4th October 2010

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