Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

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Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 15 Oct 2012 06:02

Esto es muy sano, y es como debe de ser, demanda real y no especulativa con buenos ratios renta/precio:

Nine out of ten home buyers in the UAE are now end-users, representing a significant shift in the country's real estate sector, according to ISlamic lender Tamweel.

The findings are based on analysis of home finance extended by Tamweel between January 2011 and June 2012, Tamweel said on Sunday.

The lender described the move to end-users availing home finance as "a positive change in the UAE home finance market".

The Dubai housing market previously suffered from a spate of investors who bought property in the emirate only to "flip" it to others.

Flipping properties is the business of buying villas and apartments off-plan and then selling them before they are built, a strategy that made millions for some but contributed to Dubai's housing crash.

Property prices in Dubai soared after the city opened its real estate sector to foreign investors in 2002, granting them freehold ownership rights at many developments.

From start-2007 to mid-2008, prices rallied almost 80 percent, Morgan Stanley estimates showed, with billions of dollars worth of new projects launched by local developers.

But home prices in Dubai, the Gulf property market that had the biggest reversal because of the financial crisis, fell more than 60 percent in the wake of the global credit crunch.

"The past 18 months have witnessed a profound shift in the UAE home finance sector," said Varun Sood, acting CEO of Tamweel.

"Importantly, customers are no longer seeking to over-leverage themselves, and are instead fully prepared for significant equity participation, which is a very healthy characteristic of the UAE home finance sector today."

Last month, Tamweel said UAE home finance transactions in 2012 were likely to be 30 percent higher than in 2011, adding that it estimates that the home finance market will surpass AED8bn ($2.17bn) this year.

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 22 Oct 2012 12:07

Dubai’s real estate market revival, which recently saw queues of buyers lining up at the launch of high profile new off-plan developments, is being driven by ‘refugee capital’ from buyers in countries such as Iran, Pakistan and Egypt, according to a new report.

The emirate, which was one of the worst hit real estate markets during the downturn, recently witnessed queues of buyers snapping up new projects by some of Dubai’s best known master developers.

Investment firm Citigroup’s latest ‘MENA Construction Projects Tracker’ report described this upsurge in demand as “something of a mini-revival”.

“We believe this has been driven by ‘refugee capital’ from buyers facing geo-political risk and currency depreciation in their domestic markets, e.g. India, Iran, Pakistan and Egypt,” the report said.

The Citigroup report was also cautious of the fact that while the number of projects awarded in the first nine months of 2012 was up 83 percent year-on-year. It claimed this increase was driven by a few Abu Dhabi mega project awards, such as US$6bn worth of petrochemical projects, a US$3bn nuclear power project and a US$2bn infrastructure project.

In terms of cancelled and delayed projects in the region, this rose 2 percent to around US$1.5trn, with the UAE accounting for US$757bn, or over 50 percent of all projects still canned or in limbo.


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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 23 Nov 2012 07:45

Si, no se en que se basan, pero yo tengo alertas de websites con los nuevos que entran en el mercado y estan subiendo, 100% asegurado, los precios de hace 4 o 5 meses ya no estan, los precios han subido y yo diria que bastante, se volveran a justar un poco cuando entren en masa construcciones enormes como las Gate Towers, que seran miles de pisos de golpe en la misma zona, pero poco a poco los precios suben, eso objetivamente segun las alertas que me llegan a diario de precios en Al Reem de 1 y 2 habitaciones, antes por 900 AED/sqft habia mucho, ahora lo normal son 1000 AED/sqft, eso para la gama mas baja de Al Reem, incluso de vez en cuando se veia algo por 800-850 ahora imposible.
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 23 Ene 2013 06:33

Launching JLL’s ‘2013 Top Trends for UAE Real Estate’ report, Robertson described Dubai and Abu Dhabi as “a tale of two cities”.

“Abu Dhabi remains 18 to 24 months behind Dubai and the market is not expected to experience an upturn in 2013. The foundations are however being laid for a recovery from 2014, with a number of major infrastructure projects scheduled to start later this year,” he said.

With Abu Dhabi launching AED330bn (US$89.9bn) worth of infrastructure and housing projects, all four major real estate sectors in the UAE capital are set to see growth.

JLL predicted 443,000 sqm of office space will be released in 2013, up from 340,000 sqm in 2012. In the residential sector, 16,000 new units are likely to benefit from a new policy requiring all Abu Dhabi government employees to live in the emirate.

The retail sector, which has seen a lack of high quality units in recent years, will see a massive surge, with 356,000 sqm of new space, up from just 62,800 in 2012.

Lastly, the hotel sector will also see 2,500 new rooms, up from 1,700 rooms last year.


Yo diria que los precios llevan 7-8 meses subiendo en Abu Dhabi y no poco, y los alquileres tambien.
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 18 Oct 2013 08:40

Earlier this month, Asteco said average sale prices for high quality residential units in Abu Dhabi rose by up to 26 percent in the last year.

Despite the rise, average prices in the third quarter of 2013 are still between 20-50 percent below 2008 peaks, the real estate consultancy said.

Renan Bourdeau, managing director, propertyfinder.ae, added: "The average price for renting an apartment in Abu Dhabi today is AED143,000 while the same in Dubai is around AED142,500.

"A villa, on the other hand, will cost you on average AED246,600 to rent in Abu Dhabi and AED256,000 in Dubai - negligible differences - and evidence of the change in rental pricing in the two cities."

However, the property portal also said that sale prices across the two emirates continue to show a disparity.

The average price of an apartment and villa in Dubai stands at AED2.6 million and AED6.5 million respectively, while in Abu Dhabi the standard price for an apartment is AED1.8 million and AED3.1 million for a villa.
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Abr 2014 10:11

UAE resumes work on $12bn worth of stalled projects.
New data shows construction contracts worth $23bn are expected to be awarded this year.
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 13 May 2014 11:20

La vivienda en UAE frena en seco:

Dubai residential price growth slows dramatically in Q1

Knight Frank's latest Prime Global Cities Index says Dubai prices rose 0.6%, lower than the global average
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 25 Oct 2014 11:17

Un documento imprescindible: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr ... r14188.pdf

Following a real estate boom in 2002-08, the UAE’s real estate market was hit hard. Like in other countries, the real estate market in Dubai was adversely affected by the global economic crisis. Following steep price appreciation in the mid-2000s, Dubai saw significant price declines in the second half of 2008 and in 2009. The real estate market in Abu Dhabi also dropped, notably its residential segment, which came under pressure from the collapsed prices in Dubai’s real estate market. Residential property prices in Dubai fell until end-2011, while in Abu Dhabi price declines in the same segment continued in 2012.

The recovery in Abu Dhabi’s residential market started later than in Dubai.

The construction sector’s share in Dubai’s economy is much lower today than it was six years ago: about 8 percent in 2013 versus about 14 percent in 2008. Economic growth has become more broad-based compared to 2008, when construction was an important driver of growth.

The banking system is more sound and liquid than in 2008: then, the banking system was more vulnerable to global shocks because of the rapid increase in foreign liabilities (growing by about 90 percent annually in 2005–07 compared to an average 20 percent in 2012–13) and the unsustainable credit growth (growth in total credit to the economy was more than 40 percent annually in 2005–08 compared to an average 7 percent in 2012–13).
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Re: Mercado inmobiliario en UAE

Mensajepor Dalamar » 15 Nov 2014 16:37

Reporte del QE3 2014
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