Dubai was the first emirate of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to get involved in freehold real estate at a time when the buying and selling of property in Dubai was previously restricted to GCC Nationals. The number of expatriates living in the UAE as a whole, especially Dubai facilitated the need to offer the many overseas residents the opportunity to make Dubai a permanent home. With the initial Dubai freehold property law coming into place in 2001, and subsequent property developments such as The Greens and Dubai Marina announced, all signs pointed to a successful future freehold market.
The need for residential space has grown at the same rapid pace as commercial space, meaning demand for property outstrips supply. Whether it is houses, offices, restaurants, showrooms, warehouses or any other type of property, with such high demand to buy freehold properties in Dubai , property rarely stays on the Dubai real estate market for any great length of time and investors should use a reliable property service like FazWaz.ae to make this process easier.
Selling your home can be a rather daunting, and time consuming task, filled with showing potential home-buyers a home that they may not buy. Your house could end up on the market for much longer than you thought. However, there are ways to make your home much more appealing to potential home-buyers from, inside and out.
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Within the first 25 years of this century, home ownership will have fallen 9.5% across the UK, and private renting will have gone up 14.5%.
There were 311,700 mortgages issued to first-time buyers last year. While the figure was the same as 2014, the amount borrowed – £46.7bn – was the highest since 2007.
There was an interesting and thought-provoking article in the Sunday Times recently which probed current Countrywide research of property owner occupiers versus property investors.
Housing supply was at its lowest for 14 years in January, the NAEA has reported. It said that landlords were swarming to beat the buy-to-let Stamp Duty surcharge and that sales to first-time buyers were up 5%.
Monetary policy committee member Gertjan Vlieghe says debt, demographics and distribution of income could all depress interest rates for years to come
Lord Flight, Chairman of Flight & Partners Recovery Fund, and a former Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, joined a chorus of disapproval as he spoke out against the Government’s plans to raise taxes and limit allowances for buy-to-let investors.