No slowdown in Dubai property market

Dubai's real estate is increasingly becoming mature and investors' trust level is at its highest in the emirate's property market, a senior official has confirmed. Mahmoud Al Burai, CEO of Dubai Real Estate Institute, Dubai Government, ruled out any ... ( read original story ...)

Soon, UAE workers can rent houses for Dh700

"This initiative aims to provide proper and legal options of residential units befitting the financial means of low-income individuals and at the same time open an investment opportunity to owners of commercial properties in Abu Dhabi Emirate," said ... ( read original story ...)

Apartments to rent in Abu Dhabi for less than Dh30,000 a year

Search volumes for cheap housing are surging in the UAE, leading to an increase in affordable properties to meet demand. While the trend was reported days after the Abu Dhabi Municipality announced an initiative to offer low-income residents cheaper ... ( read original story ...)

Rising Dubai property sales boost Emaar’s H1 profits

Dubai developer Emaar Properties on Monday announced 15 percent profit growth to $772 million in the first half of 2017, with property sales in the emirate up 22 percent. Property sales in Dubai reached 10.814 billion dirhams ($2.94 billion, 2.5 billion ... ( read original story ...)

UAE Property Demand Continues to Slow

Demand for commercial property space is continuing to fall in the United Arab Emirates as economic growth slows, according to a report published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors on Sunday. The professional trade body for the surveying ... ( read original story ...)

UAE commercial landlords offer tenant incentives as demand falls

LONDON: Commercial property landlords in the UAE have been forced to offer tenants better incentives to stay as occupier demand fell for the seventh consecutive quarter. The claim, made in the latest quarterly report from the Royal Institution of Chartered ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai says 88 property projects launched in the first half

UBAI: The Dubai Land Department (DLD) on Saturday said that a total of 88 property projects were launched during the first six months of the year. The agency also said that 68 real estate projects were registered with the government, amounting to an ... ( read original story ...)