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A quarterly report providing insight on current performance and conditions in the Dubai office market as well as commentary on future trends.
A quarterly update providing the latest news, views and a focused analysis of specific real estate markets in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the transaction trends and yields behind it.
The retail market faced continuing headwinds in Q1 2017, as the strong Dirham
continued to dent retail sales. This in turn exerted pressure on retailers’ ability to
meet the high rental rates imposed.
An insight into the Dubai commercial market, covering all the previous and the latest commercial market performance. This report also includes details about the partial recovery in Q1 2017,and how it gained momentum as international occupiers remain committed to Dubai as a regional commercial hub.
The latest edition of Knight Frank’s H2 2016 Saudi Arabia Office Market Update. A six monthly snapshot of Saudi Arabia’s office market, focusing on current and historic trends, performance and demand dynamics.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi industrial and logistics real estate markets.
A 6 monthly review, providing insights and updates on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi real estate markets, covering: residential, commercial, industrial, offices, hospitality and retail sectors.
As the UAE retail market witnesses additional upcoming supply, the market needs
to mature and position existing and future supply. With an existing and upcoming supply of over
10 million sq m (107 million sq ft), the retail provision per capita continues to be one of the highest
in the world.
الإصدار الأول من تقرير المركز الاقليمي يبحث أداء دبي مقارنة بالمراكز الاقليمية الأخرى حول العالم من خلال تطور أربعة قطاعات عقارية رئيسية على مستوى الاقتصاد الكلي والجزئي: العقارات المكتبية، الصناعية، السكنية والفندقية.
The inaugural edition of The Hub report, which looks how Dubai fares compared to other global hubs in regards to 4 key property sectors on both a macro and micro level: offices, industrial, residential and hospitality.
In recent months, the spotlight has been firmly on Dubai’s residential property
sector, where – after trending up for a number of years – rental value growth has
stalled and prices have begun to register falls.