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Issue No 309 - 08 June 2009
 
 
UAE 'attractive for long term investments'
The UAE property market remains attractive for long term investors amidst economic crisis with Bahraini investors pumping over Dh95 million ($25.8 million) into the Emirates’ property market in the first quarter of 2009, said an expert. more
 
DPG releases corporate responsibility report
Dubai Properties Group, a member of Dubai Holding, has announced the release of its inaugural Corporate Responsibility Report that describes the group's philosophy, programs and achievements.more
 
 
DIP starts Jumeirah boutique offices leasing
Dubai Investment Properties (DIP), a leading real estate developer in UAE, said it has begun the leasing of its boutique offices at the signature ‘Sunset’ mixed-use development located in the up market Jumeirah 3 area. more
 
Saudi property market 'offers good value'
The Saudi property market offers some of the strongest fundamentals in Gulf and international investors must take a close look at the sector, says a new report from HSBC.more
 
Affordable housing ‘key to Riyadh growth’
Riyadh’s real estate market is much more stable than in other GCC cities and offers big opportunities, says a recent report by Jones Lang LaSalle, the world’s leading real estate investment and advisory firm. more
 
Rakia to take over $544m property project
The Ras al-Khaimah government is willing to take over a Dh2 billion ($544.7 million) property project in the emirate from a Dubai real estate firm, a newspaper said on Friday.more
 
Qatar developer eyes funds for major deals
Ezdan Real Estate Co, Qatar's largest developer by market value, said on Thursday it planned to sell some of its real estate portfolio as it seeks to raise funds for billion-dollar projects in the next five years.more




 
 
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