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Middle East Investment Trends

ABU DHABI REPORT – Q2 2014

Middle Eastern investors are expected to deploy US$180 billion into foreign commercial real estate markets over the next decade continuing to be major contributors to global cross-border capital flows.

Middle East Investment Trends

DUBAI RePORT – Q2 2014

The first half of 2014 has been a period of stabilisation and consolidation, with more moderate growth levels of 6% for apartment sales

and 3% for villa sales in Q2 2014.

Middle East Investment Trends

Dubai Office & Residential Marktet View

The IMF has increased its UAE growth forecast for 2014-2019 to an average of 5.5% and 8% in 2020, the year of the Expo.
Without the Expo, growth would

average about 5% over this period.

Middle East Investment Trends

Abu Dhabi, Spring 2014

The upturn in the economy is yet to filter through to the office and industrial markets, but positive legislation and infrastructure investments are likely to have a positive impact.

Middle East Investment Trends Abu DhAbi, Spring 2014 Residential Market Outlook

Economic evolution to underpin long term sustainability of residential freehold market as buyer and tenant bases rapidly diversify

Middle East Investment Trends Abu DhAbi, Spring 2014 Residential Market Outlook

Economic evolution to underpin long term sustainability of residential freehold market as buyer and tenant bases rapidly diversify