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Optimizing the Dubai Real Estate Opportunity

Considerations for International Investors Beth Hirshfeld Real Estate investors who understand the intricacies of the Dubai rea....

me-to-shine">Dubai’s Time to Shine</a>”, Dubai is emerging as a leading global city and a natural hub for those seeking a welcoming and upscale place to live and work. Recognizing its potential as well as its comparably low prices versus other leading cities, real estate buyers are moving quick

Dubai’s Time to Shine

Beth Hirshfeld Having skillfully navigated the pandemic, Dubai is now opening its doors to the world through Expo2020, and showcasing once again why it is the city of the future and a natural hub f....

ai has quickly emerged as one of the world’s leading cities. And the events of this past year have only accelerated this advancement. From its proactive and capable handling of the pandemic to its global diplomatic leadership and business-friendly initiatives to the launch of Expo2020, Dubai has m

What is a DIFC Will and should I have one

What is a DIFC Will and should I have one? Expatriates make up over 80% of the UAE’s population. The establishment of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts Wills and Probate Service was a milestone in providing certainty to expats who are based in the UAE that they may pass on their assets to their chosen beneficiar....

im Will, your assets in the UAE will be distributed according to Sharia or Islamic law, which may not reflect your wishes.<br>In addition, it should be noted that joint assets do not pass automatically to the survivor as they do in some other jurisdictions. Instead, each joint owner is viewed as a t

Risk of Inflation to Property Investments

What is inflation? Inflation is the average increase in price for a particular set of goods or services in a particular economy over a defined period of time, usually a year. More importantly, it's the decrease in the purchasing power of a currency over time. Taking the historical average rate of 2.48% inflation in the UK, the £30....

your purchasing power will become quite clear. For example, Greece had inflation nearing 5% over the past decade, meaning that same £30,000 car would cost an additional £1,500 today. If you require financing to purchase the car the overall cost of the vehicle increases significantly. <br><br>