Walid Al Zarouni, Real Estate Expert and Chairman of W Capital Real Estate Brokerage, confirmed that Dubai’s real estate sales curve is on the rise as Expo 2020 approaches.
India’s top nine real estate (realty) developers listed at the stock exchange have beaten the housing sector’s downturn blues.
Their financial year (FY) 2019 data reveals that they not only successfully weathered the slowdown period of financial year 2016-17
India’s realty sector is hoping for better days in the year ahead. A combination of factors ranging from sluggish demand and impact of global slowdown have dented the realty markets though commercial space absorption has defied odds for the past four years.
MAG Development, the real estate arm of the Mag Holding Group, has announced the laying of the foundation stone for the ‘Mag City’ project, located in the city of Mohammed Bin Rashid in the Meydan District 7.
Dubai Land Department (DLD) continues to showcase its presence through its stand at Cityscape Global 2019, currently being hosted by Dubai.
The global and local investors are interested to invest in the lucrative UAE property market. The local property market is maturing and more developers are becoming creative with their offerings for both ready stock
The liquidity crisis, changing buyer preferences, and growing concerns about affordability have all caused real estate developers to rethink the conventional wisdom of ‘bigger is better’, and to significantly moderate unit sizes across the seven major cities.
China’s new home prices grew at their weakest pace in nearly two years in November while property investment also eased, with tightening policies continuing to cool the market even as some local easing is expected to prevent a sharp slowdown.
Nationwide said its measure of house prices fell by 1.7% last month from April, the biggest decline since February 2009. In annual terms, prices rose by 1.8%, slowing from 3.7% in April.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced unique market pressures and challenges across industrial sectors. In the context of the real estate industry in the UAE, the crisis interrupted a process of steadily building renewed growth.