In our Q1 2020 report we take a look at the performance of the UAE real estate market with a focus on the measures introduced to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 contagion. The analysis provides a comprehensive overview of the residential, commercial, retail and hospitality sectors in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates.
The report assesses the performance of the property market in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates in 2019, with a focus on the last quarter, across residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and industrial sectors.
Real estate market conditions remained similar to the previous quarter as prices and rents continue to soften. However, price declines have brought properties within the reach of many, with transaction volumes increasing and tenants choosing to upgrade to better locations and larger units.
Following the oil price decline of 2014, Bahrain has undertaken several reforms and diversification efforts to return to fiscal stability. Against this backdrop, our first Bahrain Property Market Report for 2018-2019 covers key data and overviews into the residential, retail, office and industrial, and hospitality sectors.
Real estate market conditions remained challenging in Q2 2019, with prices continuing to decline, albeit at a slower pace in some communities. Supply remains the primary driver for price declines, and developers continue to offer attractive payment options with the aim of turning tenants into owner-occupiers.
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