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Global HNWIs ready to spend $408.3m on residential real estate in Abu Dhabi, reveals report

International buyer activity has skyrocketed in Abu Dhabi, with sales to non-resident investors jumping from 3 per cent in 2021 to 28 per cent in 2023

Value of MENA’s hotel, residential projects top $1.9tn

Value of MENA’s hotel, residential projects top $1.9tn

The influx of new hospitality and tourism-related projects in the region is fostering new trends that add value and efficiency

Dubai tourism numbers for H1 2023

Dubai real estate market is world’s busiest for luxury properties over $10m

The city’s real estate sector emerged as the world’s busiest market for luxury properties, surpassing Hong Kong and New York

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Abu Dhabi real estate gaining popularity among global HNWIs: Knight Frank

According to Knight Frank’s survey, 45 per cent of global HNWIs indicated that the emirate’s development plans enhanced its appeal as an investment destination

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Global HNWIs to pour $2.5bn in Dubai property in 2023: Knight Frank

The world’s wealthy have been increasingly targeting Dubai’s luxurious homes, primarily situated in the city’s most desirable districts

Dubai, Abu Dhabi office rents recovering to pre-Covid levels: Knight Frank

The recovery is led by Business Bay in Dubai, where average office rents have climbed from Dhs76 per sq ft in Q1 2020 to Dhs101 per sq ft at present

UAE property rentals: short term versus long term

Looking to list your home as a short-term or long-term rental property, or planning to rent a property for a year or more? The CEO of Dubai-based property management firm, Frank Porter, shares the pros and cons

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Dubai most preferred foreign investment location for Saudi home buyers – Knight Frank

The annual 2022 Saudi Residential Survey spoke to 55 HNWIs in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam

Abu Dhabi, Dubai among world’s top 15 cities for wealthy households

Regionally, the UAE capital topped the list with 270,686 households earning more than $250,000 annually