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Oman Retail Market Set for Significant Change

Oman Retail Market Set for Significant Change

The four largest malls in the Omani capital account for 40% of the total gross leasable retail area across the city. Read More »


International Tenants Fueling Dubai's Office Markets

International Tenants Fueling Dubai's Office Markets

International occupiers of office and industrial space have demonstrated renewed confidence in Dubai. Read More »

Investments in Dubai Marina Set to Boost Buyer Interest

Investments in Dubai Marina Set to Boost Buyer Interest

Infrastructure improvements are set to majorly improve Dubai's connectivity in the lead up to Expo 2020. Read More »

Residential Pipeline to Test Abu Dhabi Market Dynamics

Residential Pipeline to Test Abu Dhabi Market Dynamics

In the wake of the financial crisis, which caused residential schemes to stall across Abu Dhabi and the rest of the UAE, some developments have recently resumed construction activity, with a slow trickle of units starting to gather pace. Read More »


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Brand New Residences Bring Modern Luxury Living to Paradise Island Bahamas

Brand New Residences Bring Modern Luxury Living to Paradise Island Bahamas

In the heart of breathtaking Paradise Island adjacent to Nassau, Bahamas, a very rare residential opportunity will soon be available. Opportunities like this are extremely limited on this 685 acre island paradise. Read More »

Last Updated May 20, 2014 8:29 AM ET

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With Dubai's real estate market benefitting tremendously from the improved economic conditions, tenant demand has once again begun to ripple across the border into Sharjah, Dubai's northern neighbor and the United Arab Emirates' third largest state.

The hospitality market in Bahrain has suffered greatly over the last three years.

The prominent role of real estate is increasingly recognized in the wider debate on climate change, and in today's society it is impossible to place real estate outside the context of the environment.

The UAE office rental market has been slow to reap the benefits of the economy's buoyancy. This is not only the case in Dubai, but neighbouring Abu Dhabi and Sharjah as well.

The recent surge in investor confidence in Dubai's ability to meet its debt obligations as it brushes off the effects of the economic downturn is translating into a spike in the number of residential property deals.

Last month, the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE) met to review the legitimacy and preparedness of the five city-bids to host the 2020 edition of the World Expo. For Dubai, the odds certainly appear to have improved over the past six months.

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