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Buying real estate under construction is a popular decision among foreign investors. Off-plan projects provide more favorable investment conditions. In this article, we will talk in detail about the benefits of investing in such projects and how to avoid possible risks.
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.
You may have already heard that you don’t have to pay income tax when you resell real estate. The yield on local real estate can reach 10% per year, while in London and New York, it does not exceed 4–5%.
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 rarer the winter sun graces us with its attention, the stronger our desire becomes to acquire a residence where sunlight is not just a fleeting guest, but a constant presence. 
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.
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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…
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In today’s world, Dubai is the pinnacle of vacation spots. The emirate, often known as the Venice of the Gulf, has everything you could want for a getaway, from natural beauty to breathtaking engineering feats…
We present to you the latest list of reliable developers in Dubai. These are leading companies in the market, whose projects have won awards and attracted the attention of leading investors.
The real estate rental market in the UAE is breaking records year after year and has grown by tens of percent in 2023. The momentum will continue this year as the Emirates confirms its reputation as a global business hub. This factor, as well as tax preferences and quality of life, attract wealthy people around the world here, which increases the demand for real estate and rental rates.
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.
Dubai is not the lifeless desert it was once thought to be! The Emirates have debunked the stereotype that their land is uninhabitable. They have built the world’s tallest building on shifting sands and created oases of greenery, defying nature. The desert has transformed into a Garden of Eden, and here are the five greenest and most environmentally friendly areas of Dubai, where living is comfortable even at +40 degrees.
The stability and profitability of real estate investments in Dubai largely depend on the choice of location. In this guide, we will compare several well-known areas and analyze where it is most profitable to purchase real estate.
The construction of Palm Jumeirah marked one of Dubai’s initial steps toward global recognition. The Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed, pledged to create an artificial archipelago resembling a palm tree with 17 fronds by 2006. He aimed to transform the emirate into a premier tourist destination and luxury resort.
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.
With the opening of its new hotel, Raffles The Palm Dubai invites its guests to experience a world of incredible luxury. Palm Jumeirah Resort promises an unforgettable stay, offering luxurious amenities and stunning sea views.
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).
Dubai is unique in many ways, and its status as “the one” is more evident than anywhere else in the world. Here you can find the highest, deepest, widest, largest, first, most expensive, and unique objects. Certificates from the Guinness Book of Records have become commonplace here, not a rare occurrence. TripAdvisor has named Dubai the world’s top travel destination for 2023 and the safest.
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.
Dubai is considered one of the most vibrant and rapidly growing cities in the world, continuing to stun the world with its ambitious construction projects. The real estate market in the city provides a vast array of investment opportunities, particularly in the new construction sector, where the city aims to enhance its reputation as a global business and financial center.
As of the beginning of the second half of 2023, 35% of projects in Dubai were commissioned behind schedule. The average delay in commissioning for new buildings was six months, with larger projects experiencing a lag of up to two and a half years. 41% of projects delivered at the wrong time are delayed for 10 years.
Fresh seawater, a private beach, and investment attractiveness – what should you consider when choosing your dream home?
Dubai is a city famous for its skyscrapers and luxury. Every year, thousands of tourists visit here to bask in the warm and bright sun and to swim in the crystal-clear waters of the sea. But what if you want to not only enjoy your holiday here but also buy real estate in this city? In this article, we will discuss the advantages of buying an apartment by the sea in Dubai.
The UAE has one of the most developed real estate markets in the world, offering a wide range of apartments, houses, villas, and penthouses. There has been a recent surge in demand for private houses, townhouses, and villas in Dubai that come with their own gardens and swimming pools. Over the past year, property sales have increased by 57%. The largest increase in prices occurred in the premium villa segment.
Omniyat’s portfolio includes various high-end properties. Some of these facilities have already been completed, while others are still under development.
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.
Meraas is a private holding company and one of the largest real estate developers in the UAE. It has implemented many projects covering various sectors: restaurant business, leisure, and entertainment, retail, residential, and other real estate. Meraas uses the most advanced technologies to develop and construct its buildings. This allows the creation of a comfortable life for the population of Dubai.
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.
Since 2019, foreign citizens can fully own real estate in special freehold zones in the UAE, resulting in a growing number of home buyers.

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