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Dubai’s developers pin their hopes on the Dubai real estate market predicted growth pushing ahead with their planned launches. Read our market insight to find out, what are they doing to create a demand and what else is going on at the Dubai property market.
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Sensational revelations, new launches and wins — that’s what the last week in the Dubai property market was marked with.
Dubai has it all to succeed as an international real estate investment hub in 2016, experts predict.
Last week Dubai developers launched a bunch of interesting new real estate projects and researchers confirmed the emirate is still the world’s hub for all best records in construction and investing in real estate.
By the end of the year, Dubai developers got obsessed about proving their intentions are serious enough.
Last week experts stepped forward with encouraging real estate statistics and gave reasons why Dubai real estate market's stability today is non-dependand on price fluctuations.
Dubai real estate industry has definitely entered a "thaw" period despite the winter season.
It seems that the forecasted return of the Dubai real estate market to its previous activity level has already started.
The first annual price indices clearly showed that this year’s decline in Dubai housing prices was not as dramatic as predicted by experts.
Last week JLL consultancy put Dubai in top three most globalized world cities.
Last week in Dubai has brought surprises, both statistical and forecasting. Long awaited news about housing market revival finally came from official sources: Dubai Land Department has confirmed that property prices are expected to start rising again in the middle of 2016.
Last week, several sources confirmed that Dubai real estate market is likely to recover its previous development pace in the mid-2016.
Property prices in Dubai keep going down, while rentals keep rising at the same time.
Stability and a slight pickup in rental sector — these are the main news of the week. However, developers still managed to surprise us by presenting just another “future city” project.
Dubai rental sector continues to attract attention of real estate market players. And last week analysts presented data, explaining why.
Last week Dubai property developers have reduced their activity, dramatically intensified after Cityscape Global, and gave way to the analytics’ response. And the latter have shifted their focus to the rental sector.
That new real estate projects construction boom expected by the UAE real estate experts in autumn seems to have already begun. Last week’s been extremely rich in new and revived projects by major Dubai real estate developers and newcomers to the market.
This week Dubai real estate market was guided by the brightest industry event, Cityscape Global 2015 real estate exhibition. Developers flooded the market with new projects before and during the show, and experts and analysts were able to make far-reaching conclusions concerning the future of Dubai's housing market.
Despite analytical reports of the maximum decline in Dubai house prices, last week was full of positive news. Deyaar and Skai presented major new real estate projects, investors are waiting for the market expansion and rental prices fell by almost a quarter in certain areas of Dubai. In addition, the forthcoming Cityscape Global property show is going to be the largest since its launch, which confirms the steady development of the housing market in the UAE.
In the stormy ocean of the global financial stocks and other markets that raged last week, Dubai could be called an oasis of calm. Here, everything goes its way: several highly anticipated real estate projects have been pushed forward, developers are preparing to close Cityscape Global and more distant Expo 2020, and the critical decline in oil prices has no impact on the grand plans for large-scale infrastructure projects and super premium housing development.
Everybody in the Dubai real estate market is waiting for the fall, the anticipated prices fall and the traditional new project’s fall harvest. This time of the year, between Ramadan and the expected surge in activity in the first months of the fall in Dubai is always relatively quiet in the housing market, and the quietness is broken only by the developers’ announcements about new exciting real estate projects’ gradual implementation.
Last week’s activity in Dubai property market was characterized by statements of some obvious facts: analysts admitted that property prices are declining in almost all categories of the market, but this reduction is natural and has a big positive impact on further sector’s stabilization in the long term.