International real estate consulting firm Cluttons reports there is an increased demand in both the residential sales and lettings markets.
Following an exceptional year in 2013, Dubai's residential property market is showing signs of more modest growth in the first quarter of 2014
When it comes to selling luxury condos in Dubai, height matters according to international real estate firm Cluttons.
Qatari property company Barwa Real Estate announced its 2013 net profit increased 21 percent.
Arabtec Holding has signed a $40 billion deal with Egypt to construct one million middle-income homes.
Dubai's Emaar Properties reported a 21 percent increase in annual profits, led by Dubai's robust economic growth and surging investor confidence.
The property market in the United Arab Emirates appears to be in fast recovery.
Emaar Properties received an investment grade rating for the first time in four years, seen as the latest sign of the Dubai property market recovery.
Dubai-based real estate developer Union Properties reported its net profit increased more than eightfold in 2013. The company's net profit jumped to Dhs1.58 billion ($430.2 million) last year from Dhs175.8 million in 2012, Reuters reports.
Luxury home prices in Dubai increased by the slowest pace in more than a year in the last quarter of 2013, amid a "flurry" of cooling measures introduced in the final months of 2013, according to a new report.
According to the "Facts about Omani households" report released recently by the National Centre for Statistics & Information, the average monthly Omani household income has risen from $1,660 in 2000 to $3,050 in 2011.
Dubai home values increased more than 30 percent last year, stirring concerns of a bubble burst repeat. Taking a proactive stance, Dubai is planning to implement new rules to control speculation on properties sold before they are built.