Latest Updates

How to make the most of your property during Dubai’s short-term rental real estate boom – An expert guide

One of the primary drivers fuelling the short-term rental frenzy is the promise of higher returns on investment compared to traditional, more stable long-term lease Properties in areas in Dubai known for affordability, amenities, excellent transport links, and those offering a luxury lifestyle tend to be the most appealing. Image: Shutterstock As Dubai’s tourism boom continues […]

How to make the most of your property during Dubai’s short-term rental real estate boom – An expert guide Read More »

Dubai real estate: DHG Properties, Aroma Contracting join for Helvetia Residences construction

Swiss real estate developer DHG Properties announced signing an AED250 million construction agreement with the UAE-based Aroma International Building Contracting Company for its maiden Dubai residential project, Helvetia Residences. The Swiss company also said 10 percent completion of the Helvetia Residences project in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), which launched off-plan sales in February 2024 Aroma International will carry

Dubai real estate: DHG Properties, Aroma Contracting join for Helvetia Residences construction Read More »

Dubai luxury property prices soar amid high overseas demand and falling supply

Prices of $10 million-plus homes in Dubai grew at one of the fastest rates globally, as overseas demand for prime residences in the emirate continues unabated. Dubai’s prime residential market, which includes The Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Bay Island and Emirates Hills, saw prices grow by more than 26 per cent last year, property consultancy Knight Frank said in

Dubai luxury property prices soar amid high overseas demand and falling supply Read More »

UAE property tycoon withdraws from sanctions-hit Belarus, collaborates with Kushner

April 6 (Reuters) – The Emirati real estate developer behind Dubai’s signature skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, has initiated the sale of property assets he owns in Belarus, a country targeted by Western sanctions, according to two people familiar with the matter, as he collaborates with Jared Kushner on a possible investment in Serbia.Mohamed Alabbar, the

UAE property tycoon withdraws from sanctions-hit Belarus, collaborates with Kushner Read More »

Dubai real estate: Lower-income buyers, 41% ROI and younger investors behind surge in demand for villas

Interest in buying villas in Dubai is increasing as younger investors and lower-income workers look for homes in the city according to Property Finder The Dubai real estate sector could see an increase in villa sales as younger people and investors on lower salaries take an interest in this sort of home, according to Property Finder analysis. Data from

Dubai real estate: Lower-income buyers, 41% ROI and younger investors behind surge in demand for villas Read More »

real estate dubai

Getting off FATF grey list: Dubai’s already-thriving real estate sector set for boost

Last month, the UAE was taken off the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey list after nearly two years, which means it is no longer under increased monitoring, and experts believe that Dubai’s booming real estate market is likely to get another boost. Farooq Syed, CEO of Springfield Properties, noted that “this achievement was possible through a

Getting off FATF grey list: Dubai’s already-thriving real estate sector set for boost Read More »

Dubai real estate: Samana plans to invest $3.4bn in waterfront projects

Samana Developers will be investing $3.4 billion (AED12.5 billion) in new residential projects this year in Dubai, with an expanded portfolio of waterfront property. In addition, the developer announced on Monday it will award 18 construction contracts over the course of the year, with a goal to enter the list of top five fastest-growing developers in

Dubai real estate: Samana plans to invest $3.4bn in waterfront projects Read More »

Asian capital dethrones Dubai as world’s fastest growing luxury real estate market

With 16% price growth, Dubai stands 2nd second, while Bahamas is third on list with a 15% price growth.Manila, the capital of the Philippines, has left everyone surprised by being titled the city with the most luxury property growth, dethroning the United Arab Emirates’ blingy metropolitan, Dubai.According to Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report, as reported by the New

Asian capital dethrones Dubai as world’s fastest growing luxury real estate market Read More »