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Take a typical South-West England market town like Salisbury and compare the housing market to Dubai. In Salisbury you can rent a substantial family home for $2,900 a month. A similar five-bedroom villa in Dubai …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, September 15 - 2004 @ 10:51
Dubai estate agents forecast a market slowdown earlier this year. But delays to the delivery of new homes meant that the flow of new property on to the market was less than expected.
Now the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Saturday, September 11 - 2004 @ 11:20
The subject of this column would prefer to remain anonymous. This summer I borrowed a flat from an old friend in a major British seaside resort and was pleasantly surprise to receive an invite from …Read full article » : Tuesday, August 31 - 2004 @ 15:37
1. Prices are inexpensive by comparison to other similar trading hubs around the world, and are up by more than 20% in the past two years. There is scope for a substantial further rise, and …Read full article » : Tuesday, August 24 - 2004 @ 09:19
May 2002 will go down in the history of Dubai real estate as the month that the great freehold property revolution began. Before that month only UAE nationals could own property, and even then often …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Thursday, August 12 - 2004 @ 09:15
That the Dubai property sector has boomed this year nobody would deny. Most new developments are now sold-out, and the only way to buy is in the re-sale market by paying a premium to the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, August 04 - 2004 @ 09:43
For most of the 1980s the Father of Dubai, the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum was unwell and effective control of the emirate passed to his three sons. This was not a particularly …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Thursday, July 22 - 2004 @ 10:12
A: Amlak Finance, leading mortgage provider.
B: Better Homes, along with Asteco, the top local estate agents.
C: Cluttons joins FPD Savills as major UK agencies in Dubai.
D: Damac Properties, largest privately-owned developer.
Dubai is going through a real estate boom, and prices have really picked up this summer. But at the top-end of the market real estate is now changing hands at London and Beirut prices.
Consider the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, July 11 - 2004 @ 15:55
If you want to buy a property in Dubai these days you have two choices: try to snap up a new apartment in a development that has just been released, such as the latest Emaar …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, June 29 - 2004 @ 10:20