It is no surprise that in this article (see below) of ConstructionWeekonline, there is no hint anywhere that Indians, Pakistanis most interested in UAE property investments make up the most significant percentage of the populations of the respective GCC countries. Since the advent of oil, the Persian Gulf countries have generally turned into modern states […]
Today is World Cities Day 2018 and it is hosted by the city of Liverpool, UK and the event is being jointly organised with UN-Habitat and the Shanghai People’s Government. The event is being attended by mayors, national and local government experts, representatives from global partnerships and coalitions and academics from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin […]
United Kingdom: one largest investment source markets for Dubai? Well, this is what Live Trading’s Shayne Heffernan wrote this May 13, 2018. Britons Spend Big on Dubai Real Estate British nationals have invested US$8.47 billion (AED31.1 billion) in Dubai’s real estate during the last four years (2014-2017), according to the statistics released by Dubai Land […]
A study of 2 suburban districts of Casablanca, Morocco is believed to be a first comparison “Match” between Bouskoura and Darbouazza as recently undertaken by JUMIA House.
A report in French of the real estate analysis with graphics and comparative results was realised by Ranya S. Alaoui, Head of Communications and released to the press together with a market analysis of JUMIA House General Manager Mr. Clément Tesconi on February 21st, 2017.
Abu Dhabi buildings construction completion totals down in 2016. Building completions are at a 10-year low in the UAE generally, particularly more so in Abu Dhabi. It is according to Property consultants Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)’s latest Abu Dhabi Real Estate Oveview report, due to the current conjecture of cautious developers, tightened liquidity and new […]
The Gulf countries are home to the largest number of Filipinos and Filipinas all in arrangements that benefit all sides.
For starters, the Filipino expatriate workers send home billions of dollars and all GCC airlines benefit from them traffic back and forth between the Philippines and the Gulf countries.
The UAE’s real estate market is beginning to feel the effect of low oil prices with property values falling across Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah, according to the latest report of Cluttons , but is readying itself for a possible wave of Iranian business return.