Dubai issues new law to regulate MRHE property sales

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Dubai Ruler, has issued a royal decree to help regulate the sale of lands and houses granted in the emirate. The decree aims to provide housing solutions for the ... ( read original story ...)

January sees subdued property sales in Dubai

Dubai's off-plan property sales slowed down in January. The volume of off-plan sales dipped 28 per cent and the value of such transactions decreased 40 per cent in January compared to a year ago, according to data released by GCP-Reidin. Only a handful of ... ( read original story ...)

Sheikh Mohammed issues new decree to regulate property sales

the Ruler of Dubai and Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, has issued a new decree aimed at regulating the sale of lands and property granted in the city. The new law will provide housing solutions for the beneficiaries of grants, as well as ... ( read original story ...)

Developing the UAE’s legal framework for innovation

For the UAE to become a true global innovation hub, its intellectual property laws require attention. A key to innovation is a robust intellectual property protection framework. Start-ups need a straightforward registration process for patents and other ... ( read original story ...)

Employed and studying: a rising UAE trend

many postgraduate students in the UAE are also holding a career. The number of students enrolled in masters programmes is growing by 10 to 15 per cent each year, educational consultant told Gulf News. Also, many employers in the UAE have established ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai permits citizens to sell ‘granted’ government homes

LONDON: The Dubai government issued a decree on Thursday that aims to “provide housing solutions for the beneficiaries of grants and their families and to preserve the demography of citizens’ residential areas,” said a report from state news agency WAM. ( read original story ...)

Serious crimes decline by 45% in Sharjah

Sharjah: The rate of serious crimes fell by 45 per cent last year in Sharjah and the overall crime rate dropped by 7.37 per cent compared to 2016, Sharjah Police officials have said. The decrease follows ramped-up efforts, security and strategies to fight ... ( read original story ...)

Karama, Bur Dubai get better access with new flyover

Dubai: A four-lane flyover and an access bridge opened on Saturday, easing traffic moving into and heading out of Karama and Bur Dubai. Part of the phase one of the 13km-long Shindagha Corridor, a major infrastructure upgrade starting from Wafi Interchange ... ( read original story ...)

2018 – A Year of Change for Dubai Real Estate Market

Deloitte the business advisory firm launched the fourth annual Middle East Real Estate Predictions, Dubai, which predicts 2018 will be a year of change for Dubai’s real estate market, from the introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) to the adoption of ... ( read original story ...)