Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 11 Oct 2012 06:41

La noticia que pones es muy positiva para los alquileres:

“We worry if there are large numbers of people forced to relocate to Abu Dhabi, then landlords will rub their hands together in glee and prices will shoot up. Most of my colleagues are talking about looking for jobs in Dubai.”

The policy is due to come into effect in a year’s time.

Lo mismo que esta otra: dubai-abu-dhabi/hay-muchos-apartamentos-sin-alquilar-soluciones-t252.html

Y es que se cuidan de que los alquileres vayan bien, ya que la mayoria de los landlords son emiraties.

Portales:

- www.bayut.com
- www.propertyfinder.ae

Suelo mirar los estudios de asteco trimestrales tambien: www.asteco.com/
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 22 Oct 2012 07:38

The value of both apartments and villas in Abu Dhabi fell during Q3, according to a Cluttons report, as the emirate’s real estate market continues to stagnate.

Cluttons’ latest quarterly study into the UAE capital’s housing market found that capital values of apartments have slumped 6.8 percent since 3Q2011, with average villa values down 3 percent.

The real estate services firm said that the addition of 3,000 new units, mostly apartment developments, into a market already suffering from oversupply during the quarter was partly to blame for causing rental and capital values to falter.

Despite this, take-up at high-end projects such as TDIC’s St Regis apartments on the Saadiyat Island development has been positive, Cluttons said, highlighting demand for well-planned communities with high quality facilities.

The report said that office rental levels have remained static over the last year, with net primes rates reaching an average of AED1,800 (US$490) per sqm per annum. Prime mall space hit a top rental rate of AED3,500 to AED4,000 per sqm per annum, although the opening of several major new mall projects over the next 18 months could impact this.

The International Monetary Fund recently revised upward its growth projection for Abu Dhabi’s economy in 2012 4.2 percent and 5.5 percent as the emirate ramps up attempts to diversify its economy away from oil, which have included the recent opening the US$7bn Khalifa Port.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 14 Nov 2012 15:19

According to the report of CB Richard Ellis, residential rents in Abu Dhabi fell by 6% on average in Q3 2012 compared to the second quarter of the same year. The report also highlights that the ballooning housing inventory in the UAE capital’s property market is creating affordability for the residents. Although Abu Dhabi rents in general seem to have downward trend yet they are still slightly higher in comparison to rents in Dubai.

As per the report, a studio on the main island of Abu Dhabi has the average rental rate of AED 45,000 per annum. The highest rental decline of around 9% is recorded in Abu Dhabi. The report also highlights that the Abu Dhabi residential market is highly fragmented with some areas and developments performing much better than others.

The report also reveals that since high quality inventory is putting pressure on the prices of inferior and ageing units so there seems to be no end to this trend in foreseeable future. Some luxury developments in Abu Dhabi such as St Regis Residences, Mangrove Residences and Etihad Towers have high asking rental rates due to their high demand and occupancy levels.
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Re: Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

Mensajepor Dalamar » 18 Nov 2012 15:08

Pueden decir lo que quieran, pero en Al Reem los alquileres estan subiendo y los precios tambien!
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Feb 2013 11:55

Average rents in new projects in Abu Dhabi have started to increase following the decision to press all public sector employees to relocate to the UAE capital, property consultants Cluttons said.

Rental prices in areas such as Raha Beach, Raha Gardens, Al Reem Island, Saadiyat and Al Reef have risen 10 percent to 25 percent over the last six months amid increased demand, Cluttons said in its Abu Dhabi real estate report.

“The recent decree that all government employees, as well as those who work for government-affiliated companies, must live within Abu Dhabi has helped fuel residential property demand,” noted the report.

“The Dubai to Abu Dhabi migration is expected to continue throughout 2013 as existing leases in Dubai expire,” it added.
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Re: Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

Mensajepor Dalamar » 15 Abr 2013 11:09

Parece que tuve buen timing y las cosas estan cambiando!

The leasing market in Abu Dhabi remained strong in the first quarter of 2013 with good levels of demand increasing upward pressure on average rental rates by as much as 8 percent, Asteco has said in a new report.

The rent rises were particularly seen in the high-end segment driven by tenants seeking quality and those seeking the most affordable areas.

It was also a similar story for the sales market with improved values in sought-after, established communities, with some prices up on average by as much as 13.5 percent, said the Q1 2013 real estate report from Asteco.

"The rental gap is narrowing between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, which combined with improved quality, means that Abu Dhabi now has a more competitive offering," said Paul Maisfield, associate director and general manager, Asteco Property Management in Abu Dhabi.

"Many newcomers to the UAE are also now preferring to live in the UAE capital rather than commute from Dubai."

Asteco said apartment rental rates have grown on average by eight percent since the end of 2012 in Al Raha Beach and the MBZ and Mussafah areas respectively while Khalifa A and B as well Muroor posted modest three percent rental rate growth.

A two-bedroom apartment in Saadiyat Beach now commands an average rental rate of between AED135,000 and AED190,000 and rates for two-bedroom properties in the Al Raha Beach Area grew to between AED125,000 and AED170,000.

More affordable two-bedroom apartments in MBZ and Mussafah were renting on average for between AED45,000 and AED55,000 per annum.

Asteco's report added that a three-bedroom villa in MBZ/Mussafah now commands between AED80,000 and AED105,000 on average per annum, while the similar sized-villas in Al Reef rent on average for AED105,000 to AED120,000 per annum.

In terms of sales prices, apartments in Al Bandar at Al Raha Beach grew on average by 13.5 percent during the first quarter of 2013, while Al Raha Beach Al Muneera gained 8 percent on average and the Sun & Sky Towers development at Shams Abu Dhabi grew by 7 percent.

Other areas posted modest gains of around 3 percent with the exception of Al Reef Downtown which saw little movement.

Villa sales prices in Al Raha Gardens, Golf Gardens and Al Reef Villas made modest gains of between 1-2 percent, Asteco added.
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Re: Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

Mensajepor shocked » 24 Abr 2013 17:47

Buenas tardes y enhorabuena por tu blog!!
Estoy impresionado con la cantidad y la diversidad de información que expones!
Yo no vivo en EAU pero en el pasado estuve mirando la posibilidad de invertir en algún apartamento en Dubai. A día de hoy, ¿tú aconsejarías comprar en Abu Dhabi antes que en Dubai?. Lo digo porque me he fijado que los alquileres en zonas consolidadas de Dubai (Dubai Marina) están rentando entorno al 7% con unos precios de compra de 1300-1400AED. ¿Qué opinas?
Gracias!!

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Re: Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 Abr 2013 19:20

Bienvenido shocked!

En Dubai han subido demasiado rapido para mi gusto, en Abu dhabi suben, pero van con retraso, se consiguen mejores rentabilidades en Abu dhabi a dia de hoy.

Ademas Abu dhabi tiene petroleo cosa que Dubai no, y Abu dhabi tiene planeado trplicar la poblacion de aqui a 2030.
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Mensajepor shocked » 24 Abr 2013 19:37

Entiendo!
¿Podrías pf aconsejarme algún edificio en concreto en Abu Dhabi para invertir?. He leído que te gusta Sky Tower pero he mirado por encima y me parece que ya he llegado tarde pq me dan rental yields algo inferiores al 7%.
Muchas gracias!!

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Re: Alquileres en Abu Dhabi bajando!

Mensajepor Dalamar » 25 Abr 2013 04:25

Los de 1 hab en sky tower se alquilan por 110k, depende por cuanto consigas comprar.

El siguiente edificio que me gusta es Gate Tower.... con estudios en Marina Square tambien puedes sacr 10%, por 600k o incluso 580k o menos si negocias bien, puedes comprar, se estan alquilando por 60-65k anuales.Imagen
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