Around 74 Palm Jebel Ali buyers sent a letter to the office of Dubai ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, last year, highlighting the uncertainly and negative impact the delay in delivering the project has had on the group
A scale model of Downtown Dubai is displayed at the Palais des Festivals on March 10, 2015 in Cannes, southeastern France, during the MIPIM, an international real estate show for professionals which is expected to attract over 25,000 attendees.
As Barack Obama seeks to rebalance the bloated US economy, the EB-5 visa scheme is being used to attract overseas investment by offering a green card, US citizenship and an American passport for those with at least $500,000 to spare. Shai Zamanian and Preeya Malik, from Dubai-based STEP America, outline why it is proving popular with Gulf-based expats
Nshama is preparing to tip the scales on the Dubai property market with its new mega Town Square project, offering three-bedroom townhouses priced at under a million dirhams each. If successful, thousands of middle income workers could finally step out of the renting rut and get a foot on the property ladder. The company’s CEO Fred Durie explains why and how it can be done