It is always interesting to take a look into the future and try to predict what will happen in certain industries. Dubai is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the world, and its real estate market is constantly evolving.
Infrastructure for Expo 2020 and the Golden Visa, according to the real estate services company, will propel growth even further in the second half of the year.
The venture capital fund will start in June 2022 and last for eight years, with a two-year extension option. More than 8,000 jobs for newcomers are expected to be created.
The partnership between Nakheel and Hayvn solidifies Dubai’s position as a global cryptocurrency hub, following the Dubai government’s decision to provide virtual asset licenses under its new VARA authority.
Samana Waves in Jumeirah Village Circle will have over 200 apartments when it is completed in 2025.
The Emirate of Dubai has topped a new global real estate index for those seeking a secondary residence or citizenship, despite the fact that Portugal, Turkey, and Greece are the preferred destinations for Indians seeking residency or citizenship.
The Dubai Land Department reported a total of 2,098 real estate transactions worth AED4.5 billion during the week ending February 18, 2022.
The Dubai real estate market recorded 5,797 sales transactions worth Dh16.69 billion last month, making it the best January on record, according to Property Finder’s monthly report released on Thursday.
Despite COVID-19 variants causing market uncertainty, experts predict that Dubai real estate will continue to attract global investors this year, as strategic government initiatives, visa reforms, a resilient economy, and a successful pandemic strategy will continue to attract global investors.
Following luxury homes, mid-market properties will have their day in the sun.