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  • 16 October, 2011
     ‘In good locations, prices will not fall’
    It is not easy running a real-estate brokerage firm in Dubai these days. But Eon Investments Real Estate,a part of the Saudi Arabia-based Dar Al Salam Holding Group, was established last year at a time when things were particularly difficult — quite...

  • 16 October, 2011
     A pick of the best paw-friendly areas in Dubai
    THE GREENS AND THE VIEWS Adjacent to the lush Emirates Golf Club along Shaikh Zayed Road, The Greens features mid-rise apartment blocks comprising studios and one- to three-bedroom apartments. Nearby, The Views is a vibrant community with mid- to...

  • 16 October, 2011
     A pick of the best paw-friendly areas in Dubai
    THE GREENS AND THE VIEWS Adjacent to the lush Emirates Golf Club along Shaikh Zayed Road, The Greens features mid-rise apartment blocks comprising studios and one- to three-bedroom apartments. Nearby, The Views is a vibrant community with mid- to...

  • 08 September, 2011
     Living amidst nature in these hot properties
    Jumeirah Islands, near Emirates Living What An upscale family-friendly community, adjacent to The Meadows and The Springs, between Shaikh Zayed Road Interchanges 5 and 6. The development features four- and five-bedroom villas. Design, build and...

  • 08 September, 2011
     Emaar revenues increase 20%
    Dubai: Emaar Properties yesterday revealed that it saw a 20 per cent increase in hospitality revenues in the second quarter of 2011. Revenues from its hospitality segment grew to Dh283.76 million in the second quarter from Dh236.1 million in the...

  • 08 September, 2011
     Waterfront project to lift rents
    Sharjah: Residents of Al Majaz in Sharjah may see their rents rise by up to 15 per cent as the waterfront redevelopment gives the neighbourhood an uplift, a senior government official told Gulf News. “I expect rents to rise by 15 per cent with...

  • 07 September, 2011
     Dubai rises on investors’ radar
    The city’s busy airport which handles nearly 160,000 flights a year coupled with its ready infrastructure and cosmopolitan milieu are all factors which carry considerable weight in terms of Dubai’s investment appeal. The glitzy...

  • 22 August, 2011
     $1.4 Trillion India’s Black Money Stashed in Swiss Banks
    According to the data provided by the Swiss bank, India has more black money than rest of the world combined. India topping the list with almost $1500 Billion black money in swiss banks, followed by Russia $470 Billion, UK $390 Billion, Ukraine $100...

  • 17 August, 2011
     Dubai recovering and regaining confidence
    Dubai’s outstanding debt is estimated at around $34.1 billion but it remains manageable as it accounts for only around 38 per cent of the GDP and the emirate’s economy appears to be rebounding, a key Saudi bank has said. Over half of that debt, or...

  • 17 August, 2011
     Hurray for rent renewal
    My rental contract is up for renewal soon and I am hoping to bag another generous discount this year or even upgrade to a two-bedroom apartment. I recall how I desperately I looked for a place to call home when I landed in Dubai at the height of the...

  • 17 August, 2011
     Set the stage for the sale of your property
    Swanky show homes tend to leave one starry-eyed. But would those apartments and villas look as aspirational, stripped of all the furniture and accessories? If you’re a homeowner or a landlord looking to sell or let your premises, fret not — show...

  • 17 August, 2011
     Dubai office space diced by strata titles
    Dubai: Standard Chartered searched for more than two years for new headquarters in Dubai, where more than 40 per cent of the office properties sit empty. In the end, the UK’s third-largest bank decided to build its own tower. Companies like...

  • 17 August, 2011
     Waiting for the visa
    Ever since the downturn, I had been hearing several people speak about property visa as a possible prop to help lift the local real estate market. So when the new property visa rule was announced recently, I expected one big shout of joy. Sure,...

  • 10 August, 2011
     Things you should know before signing a new lease
    By now, we all know that Dubai is a tenants’ market. With the demand-supply equation tilted strongly against the landlords, tenants are in a position to be more aggressive in negotiating rent and facilities. However, the fact remains that tenants...

  • 10 August, 2011
     Attractive rental deals on offer this summer
    Ghoroob Mirdif, Mirdif THE DEAL Rental payments in four cheques and air-conditioning included. Current annual rentals * Studio: Dh38,000 * One-bed apartment: Dh40,500 – Dh48,500 * Two-bed apartment: Dh56,525 – Dh63,515 * Three-bed...

  • 10 August, 2011
     Living amidst nature in these hot properties
    Jumeirah Islands, near Emirates Living What An upscale family-friendly community, adjacent to The Meadows and The Springs, between Shaikh Zayed Road Interchanges 5 and 6. The development features four- and five-bedroom villas. Design, build and...

  • 10 August, 2011
     Is MotorCity in pole position?
    Those who had classified UpTown MotorCity as a sleepy, suburban residential enclave removed from the thick of the Downtown action are now retracting their words. With the community and its neighbouring projects gaining some self-sufficiency over the...

  • 01 August, 2011
     Palm Jumeirah: More than just an address
    For Dawn Draper, a home in Dubai has always meant a home on the Palm. She has been living on the Palm Jumeirah ever since she arrived in the UAE in December 2007. Although her current home is her third in as many years, they have all been in...

  • 01 August, 2011
     ‘We bought our homes, so can you’
    Many people living in rented accommodation in Dubai are not enthusiastic about the prospect of buying a home — not because they are unaware that mortgages are now more easily available but simply because the entire process is thought of as lengthy...

  • 01 August, 2011
     A global perspective to the local real estate market
    Academic insight is often required to deal with practical situations. This appears relevant in the case of the property market, which is coping with a host of challenges. Who else is better-equipped to analyse the industry woes and suggest a way...

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