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Dubai developer Nakheel appoints new CEO

Naaman Atallah, the former CEO of Piramal Realty in India, has been appointed to the role

Dubai Autodrome

Union Properties receives Dhs400m offer for a 40% stake in Dubai Autodrome

The company said its board will also discuss the acquisition of other investment real estate assets in the UAE

Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala weighs selling property assets to Aldar

Mubadala may also dispose of some residential buildings in the United Arab Emirates’ capital

Dubai’s housing market ‘oversupplied’ despite drop in prices – UBS

The Dubai residential market is expected to bottom out soon, states study

Dubai property market will see upturn in 2017- KPMG

What will the Dubai property market look like post Expo 2020?

Matthew Gregory, head of property sales at dubizzle Property, looks ahead to 2021 and the impact of Expo 2020 on Dubai’s property market

Property prices in Dubai to continue falling in 2019

Prices are expected to drop next year on the back of growing residential supply

Revealed: Where Dubai property rents, prices decreased the most in H1 2018

Rents and sales prices continued to decline in the first half of the year

Dubai gov real estate platform aims to cut out agents

The Real Estate Self Transaction portal will allow landlords to sell and manage their properties online

Saudi Binladin Group to cut staff, be renamed

The group is expected to be streamlined with staff cuts and unit sales planned

Dubai’s Real Estate Market Cooling Down: Report

Tighter government regulations and an increasing mismatch between buyer and seller expectations have tempered growth in the residential market.

Why GCC Investors Should Look To The UK

Adam Price, managing director of Select Property Middle East, explains why savvy investors from the Gulf should take advantage of the British student property market.

UAE’s Deyaar Sees Small Q2 Profit Rise

The developer slashed costs to offset revenue drop following the collapse of Dubai’s property market.

Foreign Investors Spend $5.9bn On Dubai Property

Indians, Pakistanis, Brits, Russians and others have bought 12,875 properties in the first half of the year.

Emaar’s Apartment Sales Pick Up In Q2

The Dubai-based developer said that revenue from the sale of condominiums in the second quarter reached over $190 million.