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Middle Eastern Investors to invest 145 Billion USD in European Assets
CBRE, a reputed property consulting and research firm, recently confirmed that investors from the Middle East are expected to spend $180 billion in overseas commercial real estate over the next decade.
Emirates Banks Association Considers Capping Mortgages
The Emirates Banks Association is meeting with the United Arab Emirates’ central bank to discuss measures to curb speculation in the real estate market, according to a statement from the industry body’s chairman on Sunday.
Is Dubai Property Really in Recovery
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Dubai Property Market Is Well on the Road to Recovery
The property market in Dubai is well on the road to recovery, as a recent report found prime property has seen growth of nearly 6% during the past six months, although some luxury developers have exceeded this figure
Dubai May Introduce New Requirement for Landlords
The Dubai Real Estate Regulatory Authority is considering making it obligatory for landlords to disclose whether or not they have paid service charges when setting up a new rental agreement with a tenant
Dubai Market Continues to Improve Says CBRE
The average rental price of villas and apartments in Dubai increased by 2% during the second quarter of this year, and is expected to remain steady for the rest of 2012 according to new data
Dubai Property Market Continues to Recover
In yet more signs that the Dubai property market has turned a corner, new data released this week by CB Richard Ellis recorded a 2% average growth in apartment rents in the second quarter
New Law to Boost Confidence in Dubai Property Market
The property market in Dubai is already ranked as being the most transparent market in the North Africa Middle East region, but it's hoped the introduction of a new property law could boost confidence in the market.
Dubai Real Estate Regulator Looks to Increase Transparency
The Real Estate Regulatory Agency in Dubai is looking at ways of increasing transparency in the property industry, and has already held several meetings to consider ways of doing this
Dubai Makes More Land Available for Foreign Ownership
The ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has made two new plots of land available which can be leased by foreign owners. According to the new decree foreigners can now lease this land in Dubai Investment Park for up to 85 years
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