Sobha Realty, the leading premium real estate developer, announced a robust annual financial performance, notching up a whopping Dhs1 billion in sales in 2019, covering half of its projected target of Dhs2 billion,
New home prices in China grew slightly faster in March after growth slowed the previous month, putting a floor under the cooling market, as Beijing rolled out stimulus to boost the economy. The housing sector’s solid growth could cushion the impact of a vigorous multi-year government crackdown
In a clear demonstration of the United Kingdom’s attractiveness as a long-term destination for foreign direct investment, DAMAC International has secured a development financing package of $229.4 million (GBP175 million) for London’s landmark project, DAMAC Tower at Nine Elms. The partnership marks a major vote of confidence in the United Kingdom, at a time of heightened political and economic uncertainty.
Exhibitors at Cityscape Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital’s leading property investment and development event, have identified the emirate’s emerging trend for affordable luxury housing to solve a prevailing disconnect between developer preferences and buyer demand.
Real estate sector in Dubai has always been a key source of remarkably contributing to the economy. Property developers and real estate agents are behind the success of the emirate’s booming property market, making all out efforts to supply units to meet the growing demand in the wake of high influx of expats.
The fourth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Emaar Malls, approved the distribution of Dhs1.301 billion ($354 million) dividend, representing 10 per cent of the share capital being 10 fils per share, to the shareholders.
Lootah Real Estate Development (Lootah), one of the region’s most prominent real estate developers, on Tuesday announced the launch of Senaeyat, a company that provides lease-to-own industrial warehouses for businesses of different sizes.
Sale of residential apartments during the January-March quarter of 2019 rose by 3 per cent on a quarter-on-quarter basis to 33,000 units across seven major cities in the country, according to a report by real estate services and investment firm, CBRE.
Azizi Developments, one of the leading private developers in the UAE, has recorded a sell-out response to its highly sought-after properties in Al Furjan, Dubai’s high-growth corridor with superb connectivity to the entire city.