Tough Times Ahead for the Gulf States



In future the Gulf States will be forced to learn how to save, to be more economical. The citizens of these Arab states will also have to make adjustments to upcoming changes. The main reason for this is the slump in the oil prices. This and other factors will have a significant impact on the growth of these countries, and in turn, investments and profit or loss as well. The situation in the Middle East is a cautionary tale of a gold rush struggling not to go bust.

Dubai boom no bust, but get best advice



As ambitious and profitable as Dubai’s luxury development opportunities are, the growing list of cancelled projects there foretells of typical “boom” real estate markets past and present. For every one of the 150 projects now cancelled, there’s probably two more set to make the insightful investor richer. As always, knowing which intel to choose, which advice to take, differentiates winners and losers.

Islamic Investment: Atypical Features & Gains



In foreign investment market news, Chile is pursuing expertise for breaking into the Brunei market via Islamic banking expertise. According to the news from The Brunei Times, Chile’s non-resident ambassador to Brunei, Christian Rehren, is exploring every avenue to bridge un-conventional banking ties with the Sultanate. Linkages such as the Latin America to Middle East bridge indicated, reflect well on growing markets for 2015. Here’s some interesting investment news from very positive markets.

5 International residential investment regions to watch



For the investor or second home buyer out there with worldly aspirations, the oyster or Earth’s property possibilities still contains many pearls. From Crete to Crimea unsung paradise in between, here’s 5 property buys looking for just the right investor in 2015.

Cancelled and Delayed Projects Increase in UAE



The value of delayed or cancelled construction projects in the UAE grew to $170 billion in the month just gone, in a strong indication that the country’s real estate industry has far from recovered. The 13% increase from projects that were delayed or cancelled in July was revealed last week in a report issued by […]

Sorouh Real Estate Nets $34 Million Profit from Sun & Sky Towers Handover



Sorouh Real Estate, the second-largest property developer in Abu Dhabi, yesterday reported profits $34 million for the second quarter, a year-on-year growth of 525% from 2010 following the generation of more than $271 million in revenue from its landmark Sun & Sky Towers project. Additionally, the developer generated earnings from numerous housing projects in the […]

Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2011: Investing Potential



In International real estate news, according to the press, this year’s Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2011 will see any number of key investments and other deals. Set to begin April 17th and last until the 20th, this exhibition is one of the region’s most anticipated.

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