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Middle East Real Estate News
Newsletter from Eqarat.com
Issue No 336 - January 24, 2011
World Cup bid boosts Qatar property market
The immediate impact of Fifa’s decision to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has boosted confidence in the local property market, with a marked increase in the volume of both sales and leasing enquiries, said a report.
JD Properties opens Amman apartments project
Jordan Dubai Properties (JD Properties) has announced the soft opening of Heritage House, its first serviced apartments project under the Ahyaa Amman Project.
Coldwell Banker to offer Indian properties
Coldwell Banker UAE now offers a diverse portfolio of properties across India to all potential Indian residents in the UAE.
Damac Properties wins Saudi licence
Damac Properties, a leading private developer in the region, is amongst the first to be granted an official licence to develop and sell properties under Saudi Arabia's new real estate law.
Dubai residential property prices 'likely to recover'
Residential property prices in Dubai are likely to recover by 2011 as the market sees continued signs of improved lending from 2009, which is expected to continue until 2011, said Memon Investments, a leading property developer in the emirate.
Naseej launches housing design contest
Naseej, a fully integrated real estate and infrastructure development company, launched a housing design competition, which aims to make home ownership an affordable reality for thousands of Bahraini citizens.

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