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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.
Social, geopolitical, and economic events in the world affect all areas of our lives: the hotel business, which has experienced great upheaval in recent years, has also changed noticeably. However, tourism continues to flourish, including the luxury segment.
According to statistics, there are 5 rainy days a year in Dubai. They usually occur in January-February and bring about 100 mm of precipitation. However, global climate changes and unforeseen cyclones can interfere with the overall indicators and make their adjustments. This is what happened on April 15-16, 2024 – in one of the driest areas of the world.
The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is becoming one of the most popular tourism and investment destinations in the Middle East.
With the rapid growth of inflation, the question of how not to lose your savings and where to invest them becomes especially relevant. One of the most popular options for saving money is investing in real estate.
Projections indicate that the real estate market in Dubai will persist in its development and consolidation in 2024. In recent years, the emirate has made significant investments in infrastructure enhancement and the diversification of its economy, rendering it an attractive hub for business and tourism. Consequently, demand for real estate in Dubai remains buoyant, particularly for commercial and residential properties in prime areas.
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.
+30 % business growth. In the first quarter of last year, the number of business licenses in Dubai increased by 30%.
When venturing into the business landscape of Dubai and other Emirates in the UAE, it’s crucial to adopt a cautious approach, particularly when considering the acquisition of an existing enterprise. This guide aims to illuminate the process of purchasing a business in this region, highlighting essential steps to mitigate potential financial losses and maximize profitability.
Purchasing real estate abroad as one of the investment options is a fairly popular way of investing all over the world. Let’s take a look at the benefits of buying property in Dubai – land near the Persian Gulf.
Today we suggest looking at this issue from a different perspective: let’s look at the benefits of working with an agency when buying and selling real estate in Dubai.
Price is the most volatile element in any market, subject to influence by various factors that can lead to unexpected consequences, often beyond the foresight of experienced analysts.
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.
One method to secure a residence permit in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and attain tax residency is by either establishing a new business or acquiring an existing company. The decision between these options is…
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.
Real estate in Dubai frequently triggers apprehensions and uncertainties. However, let’s delve into these concerns together to understand why Dubai continues to stand out as one of the most captivating destinations for both residence and investment.
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.
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.
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 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.
Designed by the renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, known for his innovative designs, the Dubai Creek Tower represents a fusion of modern technology and aesthetic beauty. Its architectural concept, inspired by nature, captures the elegance of a blooming lily flower.
Buying a private island in Dubai is a luxury that only the wealthiest people in the world can afford. It can become a vacation spot, an investment, or even a business project. However, before you start purchasing, you need to make sure that it is the right choice for you.
Emaar Properties is one of the largest property developers in Dubai and one of the most recognized brands in the real estate industry. The company was founded in 1997 by the owner of the Emirates Corporation Dubai Holdings, Mohamed Alabbar. Since then, Emaar has become an iconic symbol of Dubai’s ambitions to develop the city into an international hub for business and tourism activities.
Dubai is a city that most people associate with luxurious living. Outstanding scenery and developed infrastructure have made Dubai a popular destination for families looking for a new home. The city is characterized by a wide selection of real estate, including villas, apartments, and townhouses. So families can find properties that suit their budget and lifestyle. Let’s look at Dubai’s main real estate options for different budgets and lifestyles with prices in dollars.
Discover the advantages of investing in Dubai’s luxury real estate market, which offers a wide range of properties from chic city apartments to elegant beach villas, with enormous return opportunities.
Dubai, known for its incredible feats of architecture and engineering, is a popular destination for real estate investors seeking quick profits through property flipping. But be careful, not everything that glitters is gold.
What it feels like to vacation in a rental property on The Palm. In your own villa with eight rooms, three-and-a-half-meter high ceilings, and a view of Burj al-Arab to the left on the horizon.
What kind of sea in the UAE interests everyone who goes on vacation to this country? It is located on the Arabian Peninsula, in a northeast direction.
Over the past 50 years, few places on Earth have undergone as drastic a transformation as the United Arab Emirates.

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