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MBR City’s newest beachfront community to steal the show

Azizi Developments boasts their waterfront residential – ‘Azizi Riviera BeachFront’ As the real estate industry hits a high note, Mohammad Bin Rashid city’s is set to feature the city’s newest beachfront community. Azizi Developments – the city’s leading developer has been home to many of the city’s luxury residential communities. This new development is designed to overlook the city’s...

The Investment Landscape: What does the future look like?

Real estate investment as an emerging trend has been making waves in the industry since the inception of new technology and instant investments for prospects with little capital. Up until now, investing in real estate always meant large sums of money, numerous administrative and transaction charges. As the margin of prospects increases, the industry,  helps many navigate through lucrative ways to...

Unveiling Dubai’s Mega Projects in Palm Jumeirah

When it comes to accommodating luxury projects, Dubai is always in the lead. It’s no surprise that one of the most luxurious cities in the world is home to equally revolutionary architecture. Read on as we feature a series of upcoming, on-demand, and noteworthy projects taking place in Dubai. One such luxury hub is Palm Jumeirah, as the area continues to dominate the city in nearly every aspect, the...

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The Big Five: A ‘how-to’ on making your property more profitable

The benefits of investing in rental properties can be multi-fold but for many, it includes one common reason: to make money. Investing in rental properties can help generate a substantial income, however, there is a lot of preparation, attention to detail, and a laid-out plan necessary, to help make this happen. Whether you’re in it solo, or with the help of a property manager, here are a few factors to...

The Real Estate Rally: Keeping up with the post-Pandemic world.

Similar to most sectors of the world that were affected by the impact of COVID-19, the hospitality and tourism sector was one that took a significant blow. A recent report conducted by Deloitte indicated a 28% drop in YTD occupancy from the year 2019 to 2020 during the same period in Dubai. In terms of the residential market, 39% of investors from the world’s most developed markets believe that real...

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