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Dubai Properties, a leading real estate developer has begun work on the Dh 700mn Dubai Wharf project, a multi-storey mixed-use development located in Dubai Culture Village.
The new smartphone app by the Labour Ministry has come in handy for the residents, as they are now able to complete transactions in less than three minutes, officials said.
Al Barari, the lead UAE-based developer has announced the launch of The Nest, a luxury enclave with 99 unique four-bedroom villas, located in a lush environment-friendly development at Nad Al Sheba, Dubai.
Gitex Shopper Spring 2015, the biggest and most anticipated consumer electronics retail show, has entered the second day of the four-day event.
The UAE is almost completing the draft of a new Foreign Investment Law which allows 100 percent foreign ownership of businesses in certain sectors, revealed the Economy Minister of the country, Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri.
The Dubai Investments Park (DIP) has announced more than 1,150 housing units, including townhouses, single, double, and triple bedroom and studio apartments that are now under construction within the development.
According to analysts in Dubai, 2015 may be the best time after so many years in the past, to invest in Dubai real estate, given, the comparatively low property prices and the slight decline in home loan rates.
Status of UAE as a tax haven is further strengthened by the fact that the country has least demanding framework, and lowest average total tax and time to adhere to in the world, said a lead global consultancy.
The Dubai Municipalitys proposal to introduce mandatory affordable housing quotas for all new residential developments is long overdue, and it is likely to bring in a range of benefits to the UAE emirate and will drive in more maturity into the market, says leading international real estate consultants, Cluttons.
The residential prices in Dubai have decreased during the first six weeks of the year, in comparison to the previous quarter, as international demand fell, said a report.
Dubai is all set to house the first tropical Rainforest in the Middle East, as the emirate continues its drive to attract tourism from all over the world.