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We extend our welcome and are excited to present our latest analytical review. Bloomberg recognizes the Dubai market as one of the most promising and accessible globally. Dubai currently holds the fourth position in luxury housing offers. Russian investors took the lead in real estate acquisitions, spending over 800 billion rubles last year, according to expert estimates.
Fresh air, clean sea, vast natural beaches, stunning mangroves, a hub of cultural and educational activity, and a high level of development – Abu Dhabi is a genuine paradise on earth. Astute investors are increasingly focusing on the real estate market in this rapidly advancing emirate, recognizing its immense growth potential. Projects like the Louvre Residences and Saadiyat Lagoons on Saadiyat Island or the Yas Golf Collection on Yas Island offer exceptional opportunities for both residence and investment.
Home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai is renowned for its impressive hotels and shopping centers. However 2003, a new project worth billions of dollars captured the world’s attention.
The Prophet Muhammad is known to have owned several fast camels, the most famous of which was Kaswa.
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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Dubai is a beacon of modernity and progress in the Middle East. However, just a few decades ago, it was primarily inhabited by Bedouins, fishermen, traditional farmers, and nomads. These people lived in tents and…
Contrary to popular belief, Dubai’s economy is not dependent on oil production. From the 1960s to the 1990s, city accounts were replenished by the industry, but a huge portion of the income from the sale of resources was used as an investment in economic development. One of the key areas in which funds have been invested is trade; it remains the core of Dubai’s financial well-being.
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.
In this article, we will summarize the key calendar events that are worth noting for successful business in this region.
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.
Ras Al Khaimah, the Northern Gem of the UAE, emerges as a prime destination for real estate investors. With burgeoning development, the emirate presents lucrative investment prospects, attracting both local and international interest.
British critic of architecture and urbanism, Tom Dyckhoff, notes that Dubai is actively seeking to change its image, aiming to create a city that is not just luxurious, but also elegant. Plans to transform Dubai into a “proper city” include hinterland areas beyond luxury resorts for major league football stars.
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).
The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on the real estate market in the UAE, resulting in dynamic growth across all housing segments, from economy to luxury. Investment attractiveness, wide business opportunities, the loyalty of legislation, and the availability of mortgage loans have become the main motivators for this growth.
Doing business in the East requires a revision of ideas about time. The average Arab “minute” is 80 seconds, which is three times the European perception of time. Tasks that seem doable in a month in the West may require two or even three months in the East. Flexibility and patience become key success factors.
Significant Step in the Leading Country in Oil Production Following the conclusion of COP28 in Dubai, standing out as a key oil-producing country, an agreement was reached to phase out fossil fuels. Despite the challenges of hosting the conference in an oil-producing country, it was an important step towards a sustainable future.
Developer Hussein Sajwani has amassed immense wealth in the real estate sector, employing unique promotions and leveraging his friendship with Donald Trump.
Abu Dhabi’s real estate market is fascinating due to its comprehensive development, which impacts all aspects of life and the economy within the emirate and the country as a whole. The region’s growth is not limited to housing construction but includes the development of entire neighborhoods, catering to the needs of both expats and the local population. New residential projects go side by side with hospitals, schools, universities, and, of course, museums – the hallmark of Abu Dhabi in the 2020s.
In times of crisis, Dubai has become an island of stability for rich people from different countries. According to Google Destinations Insight, Dubai is second only to London in popularity, ahead of Paris and New York. The UAE currency, the dirham, is pegged to the dollar and is stable.
The awards for Al Habtoor Tower and Serenia Living have sparked a new construction boom in Dubai. Experts say this is the best scenario for the UAE economy.
The United Arab Emirates has a large number of exciting entertainment options provided to visitors. Sea diving is extremely popular here. There are several diving spots along the coast of the Emirates. You should definitely try sports and extreme diving during your trip to Dubai.
In this article we will know about the origins of the electronic tourist encyclopedia in Dubai, exploring both its creators and the timeframe of its inception.
Bur Dubai and Deira are often confused, but both have many budget hotels and real estate options. Initially, the area in which Bur Dubai is located was the center of Dubai. However, today this area is located in the east of the city.
When going on vacation to the United Arab Emirates, in addition to sightseeing tours and beach holidays, you should also try Arabic cuisine. Discover the 12 most delicious dishes in Arabic cuisine in this article.
When planning a beach holiday in the United Arab Emirates, Saadiyat Island is a wonderful place to consider for your vacation. Read our article and draw your own conclusions about whether you want to go on a beach holiday here or not.
Dubai today is one of the largest cities in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, Dubai is the UAE’s most important commercial and financial center, with an administrative center and deep sea port. 
Among investors, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the two largest and most famous cities in the UAE. Foreigners make up 85% of Dubai’s population, due to its attraction to expats. Abu Dhabi is often invested in by Emirati and neighboring Arab citizens. However, the Abu Dhabi property market may also be of interest to foreign investors.
Homemade leopards, falconry, expensive cars, and the finest racehorses are all about the entertainment of Arab sheikhs. In the past, the lands where Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other prosperous cities stand today were only sometimes developed. At one point, people who lived on these lands lived in poor conditions, with small shacks replacing the towering skyscrapers that now dominate the desert skyline. These cities were once small towns before experiencing significant growth and development.
Today, as we look at Dubai, which is a global financial and cultural hub, it is hard to imagine that only 50 years ago it was an unnoticed fishing village. Today, Dubai attracts tourists from around the world and it is home to the richest people on the planet.  But how did this small village become a luxurious metropolis? And why is Dubai’s success unrelated to oil?
Since the beginning of 2022, real estate prices in the UAE mega-cities doubled, and demand exceeded supply. In the UAE, federal and regional taxes may differ and it depends on the emirate. The choice between the free zone and the rest of the territory depends on nationality, the company’s physical presence in the UAE, profit margins, the presence of exports, and its nature. 

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