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What the market saw in h1 2022

UAE Real Estate Sector Bullish After Strong First Half Results Dubai has rebounded well from the pandemic, with the city witnessing a rise in demand for exclusive properties and developments since the start of 2022. This has been driven by high-net-worth-individuals lo....

estate deals closed in Dubai during the first half of 2022 surged to AED115 billion, with sales transaction volumes recording an all-time high of 43,100. Off-plan deals particularly shone, raking in a total of AED41.2 billion. Most striking, however, were the Q2 sales – hitting a record-breaking,

Property Management with Christie's International Real Estate Dubai

Naresh Balwani, Property Management Manager, explains why these services are integral to buying a home. The Dubai luxury real estate market has so far seen a strong 2022. This growth is, happily, set to continue and has brought with it a rise in real estate investors....

actions. Naresh Balwani elaborates: <br> <br> <b style="text-align:center">What is property management?</b> <br> <br> Put simply, it is about reducing inconvenience for the owner. Property management involves overseeing the property’s operations, maintenance and controls. This includes everyt

How the Qatar World Cup Benefits Dubai Real Estate

As Doha gears up to host the FIFA World Cup, Dubai is set to witness a rise in demand for luxury holiday homes. ....

edition of the FIFA World Cup, the first in the Middle East. This is a monumental turn of history for a variety of reasons and will have significant knock-on effects, not least in the luxury real estate sector. Already, Dubai is seeing a surge in interest and enquiries for luxury holiday homes. <

U K Waives Entry Visa Requirements for GCC Nationals

Emiratis and citizens of other G.C.C. countries can now apply online for an entry permit In a landmark decision, the United Kingdom announced that Emiratis and other G.C.C. nationals do not require a visit visa to enter the U.K. from 2023 onwards. ....

ermit to visit Britain for a variety of reasons without needing to apply for a visa. The scheme is part of the British government’s broader plan to implement a fully digital border by 2025. <br> <br> The ETA’s straightforward application process will aid in assuring travellers of their plans