While Bahrain's residential and office markets continue to soften against the backdrop of an economic slowdown, the retail sector remains the standout performer
The average rent in Bahrain's prime residential areas dipped by a marginal 0.1% during Q3 2015, after growing for three consecutive quarters.
International real estate consultancy Cluttons is now reporting a welcomed the resumption in activity from multinationals in Bahrain, which now account for approximately 25% of office space deals in the Kingdom.
According to CBRE Group, an average of $15.0 billion per year will flow out of the Middle East into direct real estate globally in the near-term.
Shopping centres across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) are now the preferred destination for eating and drinking, says a new report by CBRE.
According to a new report by Wealth-X and the Sotheby's International Realty released this week, ultra wealthy individuals are buying up luxury homes around the world to further diversify their holdings.
According to Cluttons, Bahrain's office market has remained muted in the first quarter of 2015.
Early next month the government of Bahrain is expected to introduce new obligatory tenancy registration procedures, which will aid in the maturing of the market.
According to Cushman and Wakefield, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) will enjoy a significant increase of property investment activity in 2015.
According to STR Global, the Middle East and Africa region reported mixed performance during August 2014 when reported in U.S. dollars.
According to the July 2014 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, the Middle East-Africa hotel region reported 630 hotels under contract totaling 147,754 rooms.
Middle Eastern investors expected to spend over $180 billion in commercial real estate.
Middle Eastern investors are expected to spend US$180 billion in commercial real estate markets.
Bahrain's Al Salam Bank has announced the launch of a real estate investment trust that invests in Asian properties.