Property Insurance Dubai by Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company

Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company – We at ADNIC are trusted insurance partners with long standing expertise in providing reassurance and support to individuals and corporates to manage unpredictable health, life and general risks. We are, a leading ... ( read original story ...)

Property Insurance Dubai by RAK Insurance

Property Insurance Dubai by RAK Insurance – From small local shops to large multi-national corporations, everyone would like to obtain the best insurance rates and cover for their business property. Owners of commercial properties require building ... ( read original story ...)

Property All Risks Insurance Dubai by Insurance House

Property All Risks Insurance Dubai by Insurance House – This policy covers all risks of physical loss, destruction or damage to the insured property which occurred during the policy’s period and is subject to certain terms, conditions and exclusions. ( read original story ...)

Have cash, will buy off-plan property

Once pronounced dead after the global economic slowdown of 2008-2009, consultants and developers now say Dubai's off-plan property market is alive - and kicking - in 2017. Buying off-plan property refers to purchasing property in advance of its completion. ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi levies fee on expat tenants to boost revenues

ABU DHABI Jan 5 The emirate of Abu Dhabi has imposed a fee on expatriates renting homes there as it seeks to increase state revenues that have fallen due to low crude prices. The municipal fee, equivalent to 3 percent of a tenant's annual rent, will take ... ( read original story ...)

Property Insurance Dubai by Watania

Property All Risk – This policy is suitable for large, residential, commercial and industrial risks. All risk policy provides a broader coverage than Fire & Allied perils policy. This policy covers accidental loss or damage to insured property. ( read original story ...)

Dubai Real Estate: A Rising Investment

Dubai could be considered the New York of the Middle East, with towers equipped with luxury amenities and superior business facilities. The deeper-pocketed property market is dominated by Indians, Pakistanis, and British––in that order. The United Arab ... ( read original story ...)