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A review of the residential market performance within the Dubai and Abu Dhabi emirates as well as an analysis on demand and buyer trends, sales transactions, and an outlook for 2018.
The implementation of Riyadh Metro falls in line with the rapid expansion of population and urbanisation.
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.
As one of the UK’s largest and most experienced new homes property consultancies, we are well placed to bring you your perfect new home or investment property.
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 comprehensive overview of economic, property market and lifestyle trends in Dubai.
A macro overview of Bahrain and how it ranks as a global hub in the GCC in terms of the economy, development, and the property market.
Providing Leasing Solutions And Support To Both Institutional And Private Landlords.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi industrial and logistics real estate markets.
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.
As the UAE retail market witnesses additional upcoming supply, the market needs
to mature and position existing and future supply. With an existing and upcoming supply of over
10 million sq m (107 million sq ft), the retail provision per capita continues to be one of the highest
in the world.
A quarterly review of the Dubai residential market, highlighting trends and analysis property prices.
Our hospitality real estate team is well versed to support you in pursuing your investment strategy as well as in developing hospitality and mixed-use real estate projects. We provide development strategy recommendations and master plan reviews for a wide range of projects.
Prime TECOM offices to lease from 1,500 sq ft to full floors.
We pride ourselves on our ability to understand our clients’ needs and on providing market-leading property management advice. We offer key consultancy services relevant to all stages of a property’s life cycle.
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.
Positioned as industrial and logistics property specialists, Knight Frank provides real estate transactional service to both free zone and non-free zone occupiers within the UAE.
Our development consultancy and research team takes a multi-disciplinary approach to assist national and international investors, owners, developers, financiers and occupiers in improving operations and efficiency, while maximising returns on investment.
Against a backdrop of low interest rates globally and relatively volatile financial markets regionally, the flow of capital into real estate has continued. Demand for institutional quality assets across Dubai and other key GCC centres has been rising.
The Middle East International Desk
Our dedicated ‘International Desk’ in the Gulf offers a single point of contact for services across Knight Frank worldwide and Douglas Elliman in North America.
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.
A review of recent trends in the Global Investment market, with a focus on pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.
Lower oil prices are leading many in the GCC to wonder about
the possible implications for real estate. In the near-term,
weaker sentiment and its impact on the residential property
sector is the principal downside risk. Commercial property
however should be able to shrug off such concerns as th