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Investment in real estate in Dubai has been a popular trend in recent years. According to Forbes, in 2022 alone, the number of transactions for the sale of residential, and commercial real estate and land in Dubai increased by 77%. It is currently the year 2024, and the prices are still increasing.
The MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region is formed by about twenty states of the Middle East and North Africa – the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, and Algeria, with a total population of 355 million people. This is a growing market, it is actively developing and attracts entrepreneurs and investors from all over the world.
The UAE is a country that, due to its favorable tax legislation, developed economy, and powerful IT infrastructure, has become an attractive hub for IT specialists, startups, and branches of IT companies from all over the world. This created non-trivial conditions for finding qualified personnel.
Huge malls for shopping lovers, breathtaking attractions for fans of extreme entertainment, restaurants, and snow-white beaches. Dubai has everything to make your holiday unforgettable.
If we look at the various failures associated with investment in real estate in Dubai, there is a question. Are you planning to buy an investment property? Read this article, it will help you not to lose money and make money on your investments.
We tell you how you can immerse yourself in one of the most popular, interesting, and profitable professions in the UAE. Do you want to be a realtor?
The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is becoming one of the most popular tourism and investment destinations in the Middle East.
Throughout last year, there was a boom in the real estate market in Dubai and the entire United Arab Emirates (UAE). The rise is easy to follow by the numbers: in 2019, just over 36,000 real estate transactions were concluded in the emirate, in 2021 – 54,000, and 2022 – 86,000. The total amount of transactions amounted to $56.5 billion, which is 80% higher than the same figure in 2021.
According to Forbes, we looked at three of the richest individuals in the UAE. In this article, you will find out who they are and how they accumulated their impressive fortunes.
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Renewable energy is increasingly seen as a crucial means to combat climate change. Among the notable projects in this domain is the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Power Plant, situated in the southern desert of Dubai.
An exciting story unfolded in Dubai in April 2023, demonstrating how investing in land can yield remarkable returns. Umar Kamani, the founder of the Pretty Little Thing brand, made headlines by purchasing a 7,500-square-meter plot of land on the island of Jumeirah Bay. Over just two years, this barren wasteland, devoid of any structures, skyrocketed in value, with every square centimeter becoming incredibly valuable. This wasn’t due to oil discoveries but rather because it was one of the last available plots in a prestigious location near the sea.
Having analyzed the common mistakes in investing in real estate in Dubai, we would like to share our thoughts on why it is not advisable to sell real estate in Dubai soon (including 2025). To better understand this situation, we will look at the current situation in the real estate market in this Arab metropolis.
Dubai has secured its position as one of the world’s top ten cities in the 2024 World’s Best Cities Report. Notably, it is ranked as the best place to live, visit, and invest.
A steady flow of wealthy clients ensures high demand for real estate in Dubai, especially in the prestigious segment. The reasons for Dubai’s attractiveness are numerous. Firstly, the country is the world’s largest transport hub for global imports and exports, from Europe to Asia. The ideal location in the region ensures efficient and profitable planning of logistics flows. You can cross two-thirds of the planet in eight hours by plane from the Emirates, and the country has some of the busiest shipping and airports in the world.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a sought-after destination for business, but cultural nuances raise concerns among international observers. Divergent ratings portray a complex picture, with some highlighting women’s protection and others pointing to discrimination.
Dubai, one of the most impressive cities globally, is renowned for its unique projects, and Palm Jebel Ali stands out as one of the largest artificial islands with grand prospects. The new palm-shaped island aspires to replicate the success of Palm Jumeirah, which has become an integral part of the city’s landscape. Let’s delve into the details of this exciting project.
Since the establishment of the United Arab Emirates, the Emirs of Abu Dhabi have exerted substantial efforts to transform the fragile union of monarchies into a centralized state.
In 2022, according to Metropolitan Group reports, luxury property prices in the United Arab Emirates doubled, and sales increased by 130%, reaching Dh11 billion. The number of real estate purchase transactions in the country increased more than 10 times compared to the previous year, with the average transaction value being more than 4 million UAE dirhams ($1.2 million).
In recent years, Dubai’s real estate market has witnessed significant development, setting remarkable records that have given rise to both positive and negative myths.
In the fiscal year 2022-2023, Dubai witnessed an unprecedented surge in its real estate market, with a staggering 80% increase in property transactions compared to the previous year. The total sales volume surpassed an impressive $57 billion.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) stands out as a premier destination for foreign nationals seeking real estate investments. Dubai, in particular, competes vigorously with the capital, Abu Dhabi. Despite a real estate market slump during the 2019-2021 COVID-19-induced depression, Dubai rebounded and demonstrated robust growth in 2022, with property prices soaring by 9.94% and rental prices surging by 23.69% in July.
In 2002, the landscape of Dubai’s real estate underwent a significant transformation when the government of the United Arab Emirates granted foreign citizens the right to own property in Dubai. This move initiated a construction boom that attracted investors from all over the world. With the market recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2022, the demand for real estate has increased significantly, with the weighted average price per square foot increasing by 10.26%, reaching AED 1,019.
Real estate development in the UAE is one of the fastest-growing industries. Many foreign buyers invest their money in real estate as it can generate stable income.
The real estate market in Dubai has experienced a significant increase in 2021-2022, with prices rising over 30%. This trend is expected to continue as demand for local houses and apartments remains high. In the first quarter of 2023, there were over 30,000 real estate transactions, indicating a strong interest in the Dubai real estate market. This also allows us to make bold forecasts for further growth and expect new records this year.
The Dubai residential real estate market has set a sales record in 2022. Contrary to popular belief, not only because of the influx of Russian money. Investors from Western Europe and Asian countries showed high interest. And new promising projects are appearing in Dubai – in particular, the Damac Harbor Lights skyscraper.
The UAE residential real estate market continues to develop rapidly. Developers are launching new projects aimed at a premium audience. In partnership with Marriott International, MAG Group is constructing the Ritz-Carlton Residences. The opening event will be highly anticipated in Dubai.

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