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11 November 2021

Lessons from the past, pointers to the future. What impact do Expos have on real estate markets?

The first modern fair was held in Paris just after the French Revolution in 1798, on the site where the Eiffel Tower now stands. By 1928 Expos had gained both codification and their own organisation. Subsequent Expos have been well-recognised landmarks of human achievement, for example, the New York World Fair of 1939 showcasing US technological innovation and the Shanghai […]
5 September 2021

Formula One and real estate — a winning team?

There are several potential multiplier effects of hosting a Formula One race on real estate. The most obvious one is the effect F1 races and similar events bring on hotel, serviced apartments and short-term let occupancy rates, and therefore valuations. Some have referred to the way in which any F1 event is a platform for local hotels and conference facilities […]
24 August 2021

Why choose Cavendish Maxwell for all your property needs

It is a great time to invest in Dubai but knowing where or what to invest in can be a daunting task. It is prudent to find the best real estate companies in Dubai to help you make that decision. Dubai real estate agencies and investment advisors bring together buyers and sellers across the industry, providing critical local knowledge and […]
11 April 2021

How do real estate markets recover from crises?

We should no longer ask how real estate markets recover from political or macroeconomic crises. Rather, we should ask how the dynamics of real estate markets themselves operate to create, manage and transfer wealth, frequently at a national or even regional level. Read more from our chief economist in his latest article.
23 March 2021

Rent-to-own: Best practices and the way forward

Worldwide there is evidence that if properly managed, rent-to-own can be a successful way to improve market liquidity, encourage home ownership and contribute to affordable housing in particular, which is the main real estate challenge facing governments in the Gulf. Read more in our latest opinion article.
14 February 2021

The Residential Investor Jigsaw Part Three: Total Returns

The two previous white papers in this series tackled yields and capital values for villas and apartments in the districts of Dubai. The task now, made straightforward by the homogeneity of the Property Monitor database, is to put the two sets of data together to calculate total returns.
1 February 2021

Q4 2020 UAE Property Market Report

Our latest publication assesses the performance of the property market in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the northern emirates in 2020 with a focus on the last quarter, across residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and industrial sectors.
15 December 2020

2020 Bahrain Property Market Report

In our latest report we take a look at the performance of Bahrain’s 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, hospitality and industrial sectors.
18 November 2020

Q3 2020 UAE Property Market Report

In our latest report, we analyse the performance of the UAE real estate market in the six months since March when movement restrictions were put in place followed by the subsequent easing of measures. The analysis provides a comprehensive overview of the residential, office, retail, hospitality and industrial sectors in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the northern emirates.
11 October 2020

Retire in the UAE – 2020 Update

How does the UAE, and Dubai particularly, compare to countries such as Australia and Portugal for the purpose of retirement? Find out in this 2020 update on retiring in the UAE.
20 September 2020

Time to Deliver: Geography, home delivery and value

Working from home and increased home deliveries are set to alter developers’ future choices of project locations. Read more in our latest opinion article.
28 July 2020

Saudi housing: A wicked problem?

The characteristics of ‘wicked’ problems certainly apply to the conundrum of developing housing policy for the growing population of Saudi Arabia. Read more in the latest article by our Chief Economist Julian Roche.
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