Residential

Residential property consultants you can trust

With supply and transaction volumes increasing throughout the region, there is an ever-increasing need for a reliable property advisor who is updated with the latest market knowledge when it comes to operating within the residential property sector.

From bespoke valuation reports for mortgage purposes to condition surveys for new homeowners, Cavendish Maxwell’s residential property service offering covers all aspects of a property’s lifecycle. Whether you are an investor, owner-occupier, mortgage lender or real estate professional looking for residential property consultancy services, our team is widely recognised as one of the most experienced and knowledgeable in the market.

Our valuation and surveying expertise covers both freehold and non-freehold properties, including single apartments, villas and townhouses, through to large-scale development sites, residential compounds and towers. We are also panel valuers for over 40 major banks across the UAE.

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22 June 2023

Does sustainability pay? How is the Gulf integrating global best practice?

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18 January 2023

How effective is real estate as an inflation hedge? A perspective from the Gulf

GCC Inflation: perception and reality At the beginning of 2023, the consensus perspective is that the global economy is far from out of the inflationary woods yet After a global average of 88% last year, opinions now diverge as to the curve of the downward trajectory this year, ...

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