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Insight into the Abu Dhabi office market covering market sentiment, demand by sector, office stock, and office rents.
A quarterly report providing insight on current performance and conditions in the Dubai office market as well as commentary on future trends.
This report comments on the impact the Dubai Metro has had on the residential market in Dubai, from both a capital value and rental value perspective, including why the these trends have occurred, and as a result of future Mass Rapid Transit Systems, what development opportunities can be expected.
In this first edition, of the Knight Frank Dubai Education Report, the research team, in conjunction with Clyde&Co discuss the affordability of Dubai Schools, beyond simple monetary value; an overview of key regulatory developments; and the historical evolution of supply.
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A quarterly update providing the latest news, views and a focused analysis of specific real estate markets and the transaction trends and yields behind it.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi industrial and logistics real estate markets.
Active Capital gives a unique insight into the dynamics of the real estate capital markets around the world.
Investing in alternative real estate asset classes such as healthcare is a growing trend among global and local investors.
The Capital Market Indicators, a quarterly release, provides a broad macroeconomic overview for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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.
Insight into the establishment of REITs in Saudi Arabia, reviewing the framework and possible impact that the regulations will have on investors and the real estate market.
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.
The Capital Market Indicators, a quarterly release, provides a broad macroeconomic overview for the UAE.
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 Dubai's strategy and development to become the world's smartest city outlining initiatives within the technology, infrastructure, and economical sectors.
The retail market faced continuing headwinds in Q1 2017, as the strong Dirham
continued to dent retail sales. This in turn exerted pressure on retailers’ ability to
meet the high rental rates imposed.
An insight into the Dubai commercial market, covering all the previous and the latest commercial market performance. This report also includes details about the partial recovery in Q1 2017,and how it gained momentum as international occupiers remain committed to Dubai as a regional commercial hub.
DAFZA is an organisation that deals with the import and export trades and services. DAFZA plays an integral role in attracting Foreign Direct Investments (FDI’s) into the UAE while also providing similar support to locally established business enterprises.
Providing Leasing Solutions And Support To Both Institutional And Private Landlords.
An analysis on the significance of family businesses and how they impact the economy with an in-depth look in real estate, wealth, and the role of women in the GCC.
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.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi offices market.
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.