Inaugural Dubai Property Festival ‘a major success’

The International Property Show (IPS) and the inaugural Dubai Property Festival (DPF) 2018 ended on a successful note with a huge turnout from 16,000 visitors and major real estate deals signed during the three-day event. The ‘Mega Property Sale’ also ... ( read original story ...)

Map shows average rental price at every stop on the Dubai Metro

But Property Finder’s map of the average yearly cost of renting a one-bedroom a few metres from each Dubai Metro station is pretty interesting… especially if you’re a daily commuter. It seems that, in some cases, you can get a much better deal on ... ( read original story ...)

High-end Abu Dhabi developers sense property market rebound

Developers of high-end homes in Abu Dhabi appear to be sensing a bottoming of the market and are pressing ahead with new schemes, according to real estate consultancy Cluttons. Its Abu Dhabi Property Market Outlook report for Spring 2018 said the first ... ( read original story ...)

Is the Abu Dhabi property market near its bottom?

Abu Dhabi’s slowing real estate market may be turning a new hand on the property clock. The residential segment in the emirate will further soften over upcoming months with a potential to begin stabilising by the end of 2018, Trade News Arabia reported ... ( read original story ...)

Property value dips seen stabilising in Abu Dhabi

Residential property values in Abu Dhabi, especially at some upscale locations, could be on the verge of bottoming out — if so, this could well prompt more developers to get back into the ring. At some locations, albeit prime ones, property values are ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi’s real estate market ‘nearing the bottom’

said Cluttons in its 'Abu Dhabi Property Market Outlook' report for Spring 2018. Sea-facing villas on Saadiyat Island, for instance, which remain the most expensive residential property type in the capital at Dh1,700 ($463) per sq ft, have seen no movement ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi’s real estate market seen nearing bottom

said Cluttons in its 'Abu Dhabi Property Market Outlook' report for Spring 2018. Sea facing villas on Saadiyat Island for instance, which remain the most expensive residential property type in the capital at Dh1,700 per sq ft, have seen no movement in ... ( read original story ...)