La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 13 Abr 2016 07:20

Vaya semanita llevamos, 3 nuevas "mordidas" del gobierno: tasa del aeropuerto de Dubai y a los hoteles y alquileres en Abu Dhabi

http://www.thenational.ae/uae/transport ... passengers

http://www.thenational.ae/business/trav ... otel-stays

http://gulfnews.com/news/uae/government ... -1.1709889

Y la puntilla será el remittance tax que es poco más que menos que un corralito (y que tampoco pagaran lógicamente los locales)

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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 16 Abr 2016 18:24

Nada descabellado, medidas muy conservadoras la verdad... Abu Dhabi sube impuestos, pero no llega a los de Dubai, que como vemos no sufre nada teniendolos...

Esta claro que no quieren asustar a los expats, estan poniendo algo poco a poco, y es logico el petroleo no va a subir mucho y cada vez va a valer menos, tampoco veo que vayan a tener impuestos excesivos a la larga, lo que van a hacer es ir siendo mas eficientes segun se acaba el petroleo para tratar de ser como Singapur o Suiza, pero de ese zona del mundo.

Yo creo que son medidas muy correctas.
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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 23 Abr 2016 10:12

En general para el impacto que deberia de tener el petroleo en Emiratos, las noticias no son tan malas y parece que el pais solo va a sufrir una ralentizacion, pero no hay una crisis a la vista:

Dubai free zone Jafza sees workforce grow by 8.5% in 2015
Jebel Ali Free Zone staff numbers reach 144,000 by end of 2015 as companies grow by 8%

UAE's Masdar set to complete rural Morocco solar project in Q2
Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company says it has installed 50% of project to electrify rural Morocco

UAE's Manazel launches first overseas real estate project
Manazel Amman is the company's first development outside of the UAE; will include 1,600 homes

Damac's Sajwani said to see fortune soar 20% to $3.9bn in 2016
Chairman of Dubai property developer has reportedly bucked downward trend of Gulf billionaires monitored by Bloomberg

UAE demand for business loans up but banks less willing to lend
UAE Central Bank reports hike in demand for business loans in first quarter

Dubai's Nakheel says Q1 net profit up 8% to $400m
Property developer says profit rise mainly due to handover of more than 500 units during quarter

Struggling Arabtec may break even in 2016, eyes profit in 2017
Dubai contracting giant made a loss of nearly $640m in 2015, blamed rising costs and tough market conditions

Luxury hotel brand Waldorf Astoria to open in Dubai's DIFC
Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre is expected to begin welcoming guests in autumn 2017

Abu Dhabi Int'l posts 9.5% rise in Q1 passenger traffic
Operator says more than 6m people use airport between January and March, as Indian routes see over 1m passengers

Dubai's Amanat to distribute 1.5% dividend in first full year of ops
Chairman of integrated healthcare and education company says 'significant progress' has been made in 2015

$1bn Warner Bros theme park to open in Abu Dhabi in 2018
Visitors will be able to step inside Gotham City and Metropolis; project set to create 1,000 new jobs

Emaar Malls sees 124m shoppers in 2015, approves 10% dividend
Emaar chief Mohamed Alabbar says he plans to expand business by creating 'iconic retail destinations'

Global sovereign wealth fund assets rise to $6.51trn
SWFs achieve 3% growth despite recent market volatility and low oil prices, according to new data

Dubai skyscraper office rents stay flat in H2 2015
Rental values in Dubai high-rises are a sixth of those charged in Hong Kong, according to Knight Frank

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank posts 6.9% rise in Q1 net profit
Emirate's largest sharia-compliant bank says it made net profit of more than $131m during quarter


Despues pondre las noticias negativas que veo recientemente.
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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 Abr 2016 04:32

Parece que lo peor ha quedado atras...

In a comparative study of Q1’15 with Q1’16, Bayut.com found apartment rents falling 3% this quarter, while sale prices dropped by 6%. We feel the adjustments are subdued and signs of a market adjusting itself.
However, when Bayut compared Q1 2016 average rents with those at the end of December 2015, the average rental value was found to have increased by 3%. Apartment rental yields remained attractive at 6% and reached as high as 8% in select bed categories.

But as more and more households move to the cities suburbs, investment opportunities in areas like Dubailand and Dubai Sports City become all the more enticing. The increased popularity of these localities coupled with low property prices has resulted in rental yields as high as 9%.

Considering residential supply, almost 4,600 residential units were reported to be completed in the first quarter of 2016 and 10% of there were actually projects delayed from 2015. Majority of these were located in Jumeirah Village Circle, Mohammed Bin Rashid City and Dubailand. Although our quarter to quarter comparison shows an average adjustment of 3%, it’s encouraging to note that rental values have gone up from the end-of-2015 mark, hinting at a market getting ample demand from a rising population.
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Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 27 Abr 2016 22:01

Rents in Dubai hit by job losses

Dubai Marina has both mid-priced and high-end rent options, the report stated[COPYRIGHT SIGN] Provided by 7DAYS Dubai Marina has both mid-priced and high-end rent options, the report stated.

Redundancies among professionals is among the reasons Dubai’s rental sector saw the largest quarterly decline for five years, according to a new report.

Real estate consultancy Cluttons recorded a 2.7 per cent drop in the first three months of this year, compared with the same period in 2015.

Apartments registered a fall of 4.1 per cent while villa rents fell by 1.8 per cent. The drop is only seen when tenants – who are locked into their contracts – come to renew.

Faisal Durrani, Head of Research, said: “It is our view that an overall decline of around five per cent on average is likely within 2016. Weaker economic conditions have hampered the rate of overall job creation which is trimming the normally robust stream of tenants, causing a drop in rents.”

According to the report weakness in the global economy is translating into a rising number of redundancies in the finance and banking sector – which is a critical source of credit for tenants.

Last week, Morgan McKinley reported job vacancies in the UAE dropped 12 per cent in the first quarter of 2016, compared with 2015, concluding: “It’s a tough market out there.”

Durrani added: “The top end of the property spectrum including the Burj district, Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah and DIFC will see more significant corrections of five to seven per cent.”

Furthermore, the benefit on job creation from Expo 2020 is not expected until about 2018, the report claimed, though it will have a positive impact when it arrives.

During 2016, Cluttons expects 7,058 new properties to be completed, followed by a further 10,299 in 2017.

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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 28 Abr 2016 05:26

Nadie discute que la caida del petroleo ha tenido un impacto en un pais que tiene la mitad de sus ingresos del petroleo, eso es obvio e innegable, los bancos han despedido de media un 5% de la plantilla, no se como estara la situacion en el sector petrolero, pero una caida de la poblacion de un 5% en un pais en el que su poblacion sube a 7% anual es un resbalon, nada serio, no una crisis, a no ser por supuesto que esto sea el principio y los despidos vayan mas alla...

Yo trabajo en uno de los mayores bancos y te digo que no lo veo, hay mucho mas foco en control de gastos, pero no hay recortes de proyectos ni de personal a la vista, todo lo contrario, se sigue en expansion pero con un mayor enfoque en mantener los gastos controlados.

En Abu Dhabi ha habido caidas de los alquileres en los ultimos meses, ya ha tocado fondo y los precios se estan recuperando, otra cosa sera que entren nuevas torres en el mercado, que hay varias a punto de finalizar.
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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 28 Abr 2016 09:35

No que es S and P tengan mucha credibilidad, pero dicen que los preciso seguirán cayendo:

http://www.thenational.ae/business/property/dubai-set-for-another-fall-in-property-prices-says-sp

Dubai set for another fall in property prices, says S&P
S&P’s predictions come as property brokers debate the timing of a potential property market recovery in Dubai. Sarah Dea / The National
Dubai set for another fall in property prices, says S&P
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April 27, 2016 Updated: April 27, 2016 05:22 PM

Average house prices in Dubai are likely to fall by another 10 per cent this year with no sign of improvement on the immediate horizon, according to the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.

The agency, which rates bonds issued by three UAE developers – Emaar Properties, Damac Properties and Aldar Properties – said that the historically low price of oil and the strong dollar would continue to push property prices down in Dubai throughout the year, while prices in Abu Dhabi will start to follow suit.

In a note published on Wednesday, S&P said that after falling between 10 and 13 per cent last year, it expected similar falls this year with few signs of optimism for the year after.

“For the coming year we see no sign of market improvement for the UAE real estate sector, despite housing affordability improving from the current price environment," said Sapna Jagtiani, the primary credit analyst for S&P in Dubai.

“Pressures have arisen from declining oil prices, dampening the hiring and expansion plans of oil-exposed companies; non-oil private companies’ business activities having softened; and the strong US dollar rendering UAE real estate more expensive for international investors holding non-US dollar liquidities."

But S&P said that despite the negative outlook for the real estate market it did not expect to downgrade the ratings on the three developers, which for Emaar and Damac stand at “stable" and for Aldar “positive".

“Generally we believe that our rated developers could absorb a 10 per cent drop in residential sales prices in Dubai this year," Ms Jagtiani said.

The ratings agency said that it came up with its predictions based on reports from property brokers in the UAE as well as from talking to the companies it rated rather than from any specific analysis of Dubai house prices.

S&P said that it did not foresee a rebound in oil prices until at least next year.

S&P’s predictions come as property brokers debate the timing of a potential property market recovery in Dubai.

This month, JLL reported that despite a 10 per cent fall in house prices in the year to the end of last month, average prices in the city were close to bottoming out and values were likely to increase later this year.

But Cluttons reported that sales prices fell by 2.2 per cent in the first quarter of the year and uncertainty over oil prices, which has a knock-on effect on banks’ liquidity, meant a recovery in the short term was unlikely.

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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 28 Abr 2016 17:35

No veria raro que caigan los precios en Dubai un 10%, tampoco me parece nada alarmante, para un mercado tan volatil, yo he visto subir un 10% en un mes y tambien bajarlo.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 Abr 2016 09:18

Dubai property prices slump by most in five years in Q1
Cluttons says 2.2% decline is biggest quarterly decrease in average residential values in five years
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Re: La demanda de inmobiliaria en Dubai

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 01 May 2016 18:49

Yo creo que no es el momento de comprar porque queda caída, en el nuevo curso escolar se va a notar mucho sobre todo en las villas que es donde viven los expats con pasta


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