Dubai property market to ‘bottom out’ before end of 2017

Dubai’s property market is stabilising and is on track to “bottom out” before the end of 2017, a new report by real estate consultancy Cluttons has found. While prices in the residential market continued to drop in the first quarter of the year, the …
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