Industries Qatar sells stake for $44m amid low demand, growing supply in property sector
Plot prices that are rising faster than house prices seen hurting GCC drive for affordable housing
Pools in Nakheel project are three years overdue and tenants may now be charged for access
Dubai-based developer posts AED183.3m income from apartment sales; villa revenues rise
Dwindling buyers for Gulf state's housing glut to spur further correction in real estate prices
Tenants in The Gardens development argue that 50% jump in charges is unfair, unjustified
But Asteco warns release of fresh supply in 2012 could spur new fall in rents, prices
Mohamed Alabbar says Dubai has gap for homes from AED500,000, despite glutted market
Landlords in emirate barred from raising rents more than 5% until 2012, under new ruling
Grosper hopes to grow its membership to 50,000 through deals on rented apartments in Dubai
Debt is a fact of life for tens of thousands of expatriates living in the UAE. The lifestyle makes it virtually impossible to start up a life in the Emirates without borrowing money from the bank - be it through a credit card or a loan. Diana Milne analyses the repercussions and the possible solutions.
Personal loans can provide a quick fix in times of need, but if you don't read the small print you could find yourself paying more than you ever bargained for.
Every month we provide a step-by-step guide to a different financial product. In this month's Money Clinic - we examine personal loans.
Islamic products are big business with local and international banks keen to get onboard.
Central bank proposes capping value of mortgages to limit banks' exposure to real estate market.
Mortgage market though down 60% since 2008, is currently showing slight signs of recovery
Kuwait Finance House signs up for apartment block in Ontario as part of JV agreement
Dubai developer is facing lawsuit from investors over delay of Abu Dhabi project
Shoreline owners told to pay service fees to Land Department, not Nakheel, as row drags on
Lack of property laws means developers hold the upper hand in disputes, say analysts
Occupancy levels in northern emirate to remain high despite drop in Dubai rates, Cluttons says
Wealthy investors should diversify from ‘golden postcodes' to bump up returns, says agency
New report shows foreign investors own 52% of Square Mile, more than ever before
Wealthy foreign buyers seeking safe haven assets in city’s prime real estate spots
UAE capital's development blueprint may face overhaul amid new economic realities
Not having much luck in love lately? Relationship falling apart? Maybe it's those upside down dried flowers hanging in your hallway.
The glorious weather has arrived so it's time to spruce up your outdoor space. We're here to inspire you with the most stylish al-fresco furniture around.
By filling her Jumeirah villa with pieces from her native France, Julie Renaudie feels much closer to home.
In need of some time out? Pack up some colourful picnic ware in strong hues and take to the outdoors - in style.
Feng shui uses the natural flow of energy to create a happier and more successful environment.
Gulf state sees value of gifted land tumble 71% on the year amid sliding property values