According to the latest H2 2012 report from leading UAE property management company Asteco, many of the quality developments have generally been able to sustain their current rental rates given strong levels of demand. However, …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, February 03 - 2013 @ 15:13
“The average decline in apartment rental rates has slowed considerably to 4% compared with 12% in the second quarter and 21% in quarter one of 2009. However, there has been limited activity in the market …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, October 20 - 2009 @ 16:50
Based on its Quarterly Residential Report, Asteco – UAE’s largest property services company, observed no significant changes in Dubai’s annual rents when comparing this year’s first quarter annual rental rates over the last quarter of …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, April 20 - 2008 @ 14:55
The Asteco Qatar Report Q1 2011 revealed that the stabilisation that was clearly apparent in Q4 2010 had continued, with quality being the defining factor on rates. Better-than-average apartments rose marginally, while rental rates for …Read full article » Qatar: Tuesday, April 19 - 2011 @ 14:10
The property market has seen a slight decline over the past 12 months, but Asteco’s diversified range of services is helping Qatar’s market continue to gain momentum, focusing on the whole property life-cycle, not just …Read full article » Qatar: Wednesday, April 01 - 2009 @ 12:27
“The leasing market is expected to see continued activity in 2010 as real estate projects reach completion and the oil, gas, infrastructure and logistics industries continue to attract foreign inward investment,” said Asteco in its …Read full article » Qatar: Wednesday, January 20 - 2010 @ 14:58
Apartment rental rates at Lagoon Plaza and Al Sadd experienced the greatest declines, up to 11%, whilst four and five-bedroom villas in Al Waab, and five-bedroom villas in Al Khraytiyat were also affected, says Asteco’s …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, April 21 - 2010 @ 16:56
The Qatar Report Q2 2010, published yesterday, also showed that this influx of housing has been particularly felt in freehold areas, with apartments recording the biggest declines.
High-end villas, especially in West Bay Lagoon remain in …Read full article » Qatar: Tuesday, July 13 - 2010 @ 13:25
“Demand for one-and two-bedroom apartments is now beginning to outstrip supply in various locations, particularly in the Diplomatic District and the Pearl-Qatar, both offering good quality accommodation, something tenants from mature overseas markets, will …Read full article » Qatar: Sunday, July 08 - 2012 @ 14:55
Citing opportunity cost as a key decision-maker for property investors in the region, Qatar will continue to provide good quality investment opportunities in the medium to long term due to its strong market fundamentals.
A growing …Read full article » Qatar: Monday, January 12 - 2009 @ 14:14