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
Analysts fear domino effect as oil-rich emirate reins in pace of major developments
Jones Lang LaSalle says more relaxed bank lending is helping real estate sector
Poll predicts fresh 10% slide in Gulf emirate's house prices amid supply mismatch
Moves to reshape troubled real estate project as travel hotspot could attract fresh interest
UAE capital will see tighter margins as fresh supply puts pressure on landlords
Atoll Floating Islands says to target owners of Nakheel project with floating 'Ome design
New report says investment in hospitality to see 230% growth as new hotels open
Project located 15km north of downtown Doha is being developed by Dubai's Al-Futtaim Group
Recession-hit property firms switch sights to mundane, midmarket housing
Wealthy foreign investors seek safe haven assets in central London real estate
Rating agency says developers in oversupplied markets such as UAE likely to scale back projects
Troubled developer blames administrative issues for delay in issuing sukuk
Emaar MGF's loss was mainly as a result of discount sale of its hospitality project in Kolkata
Region's rich among the biggest buyers of prime London property, with average spend of £4m
Indebted developer says will be carved out of parent firm Dubai World within weeks
Investors wary as corruption cases muddy the waters, but Cairo real estate sales hold steady egy
Eshraq's initial public offering is first by a property firm since real estate boom ended in 2008
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry says prices unlikely to return to pre-crisis levels
Rating agency says unrest has 'uneven' impact across GCC corporate, infrastructure sectors
Arabian Business ranks the performance of analysts who cover UAE property-related stocks, based on their returns
Listing marks the UAE's first initial public offering by a property company since 2007.
Property professionals in the region earned 60% more than UK peers with average pay of $132,000
State says it is to tackle rise in residential land prices and ensure decent standard of living for citizens.
Lack of information and inconsistent market estimates a problem, Moody's says.
CITYSCAPE: Wages and benefits are both improving in step with rocketing house prices in the Gulf.
Market will balance out when more housing supply comes online in 2009, CEO says.
Speculation grows that government will lower cap from 10% to 7% as current rate expires at month's end.
The real estate industry is building riches for its workers offering the best salaries in the region.
Market grew to $12.5bn in six month to June as lenders tap booming property market.
Continued shortages will make only West End of London more expensive for housing.
Emirates plans to update consumer price index following review, source reveals.
Inflation to accelerate as gov't spending and immigration strain capacity, NCB says.
Rents and food prices surge in Q4 as inflation rises slightly to 13.74% compared with previous quarter.
Demand coupled with supply shortage making it easy for developers to pass on costs, EFG-Hermes says.
Gov't considering cutting cap to 7% from 15% previously as part of new rent law, sources say.
Kuwait market in 'stagnation', prices above the levels buyers can afford, exec says.
Property prices are set to continue to rise next year as projects are delayed, EFG-Hermes says.
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Building costs and delays will continue to push up prices, Jones Lang LaSalle says.
Housing expenses continue to dent paychecks forcing more people to share accommodation.
Executive Council says rent increases will be restricted to 5% for the remainder of the calendar year.
Gulf residents will continue to rent as 2008 price drop predicted, survey shows.
Price misery in kingdom compounded as real estate owners increase rents by up to 25%, report says.
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Dubai is slowly recognizing the problem of rising rents and its contribution to inflation.
Gulf state may pass law in effort to curb pressures on real estate prices, report says.
Dubai is the new Monaco, and the city's property prices are set to go interstellar argues David Westley.
Gulf state sees value of gifted land tumble 71% on the year amid sliding property values