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Dubai’s real estate market saw little change in the second quarter, with the slowdown in performance across all asset classes continuing, led by the hotel and residential sectors. Despite strong occupancy rates, hotel ADR’s dropped 6% Y-o-Y to May. While this can be partially attributed to the seasonal nature of tourism in Dubai, the number of room keys expected to enter the market will continue to place downward pressure on performance indicators. Similarly, the significant decline in residential sale activity combined with the number of additional units scheduled for delivery over the next couple of years will depress rents and sale prices further. Meanwhile, the retail and office markets are expected to maintain their stability in the short-to-medium term.
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29 July 2015