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The inaugural edition of The Hub report, which looks how Dubai fares compared to other global hubs in regards to 4 key property sectors on both a macro and micro level: offices, industrial, residential and hospitality.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi real estate markets, covering: residential, commercial, industrial, offices, hospitality and retail sectors.
A review of current trends and performance in Riyadh and Jeddah’s hospitality sector as well as a market forecast following the new developments and regulations.
A hospitality study examining the various practices and strategies that hotel operators and owners in the UAE can implement to increase net revenue and ultimately drive hotel value.
A quarterly report providing insight on current performance and conditions in the Dubai office market as well as commentary on future trends.
يتضمن هذا المنشور السنوي بيانات عن أداء 100 سوق عالمي من العقارات الفاخرة، فضلا عن نتائج اتجاهات الثروة ومؤشر نايت فرانك حول الثروه في مدن العالم.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi industrial and logistics real estate markets.
A market analysis of Dubai holiday homes and how the peer-to-peer sharing economy in the emirate is shaping the hospitality real estate sector.
Abu Dhabi’s hospitality market saw subdued performance in the years leading up to 2013, the market has since gone from strength to strength, with three consecutive years of RevPAR growth.
الإصدار الأول من تقرير المركز الاقليمي يبحث أداء دبي مقارنة بالمراكز الاقليمية الأخرى حول العالم من خلال تطور أربعة قطاعات عقارية رئيسية على مستوى الاقتصاد الكلي والجزئي: العقارات المكتبية، الصناعية، السكنية والفندقية.
In Q1 2015 the hospitality market in Dubai exhibited strong performance in relation to other major markets in the Middle East, despite a dip in key performance indicators, which were primarily attributable to global currency fluctuations and a declining Russian market.
In recent months, the spotlight has been firmly on Dubai’s residential property
sector, where – after trending up for a number of years – rental value growth has
stalled and prices have begun to register falls.