New property developments and large government outlays on infrastructure look set to boost Sharjah’s residential appeal, expanding housing stocks and helping the emirate maintain a pricing edge over some of its neighbours.
In spite of Egypt’s macroeconomic headwinds, the country’s real estate market has benefitted in recent months from steady demand and currency reforms, resulting in a busy pipeline of new projects and investment funds.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Le Viet Hai, Chairman and General Director, Hoa Binh Construction Company: Interview from The Report: Vietnam 2017
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Articles & Analysis | Local purchasing drives growth in Vietnam's property market from The Report: Vietnam 2017
After the last downturn in the real estate market, things have picked up considerably in Vietnam. This is especially true in terms of access to financing. As commercial lending has resumed, mortgages have been more widely available, while foreign purchasers are no longer barred from buying properties after regulatory changes were enacted to...
Articles & Analysis | Vietnam's real estate sector continues to reap benefits of growing middle class and rapid urbanisation from The Report: Vietnam 2017
After a four-year-long freeze, the Vietnamese real estate market is now entering its recovery phase. The market had reached its peak in 2009 but started to drop off the following year and had entered a cooling period until 2014. The cycle that began before the downturn was marked by a large stream of supply, particularly apartments, which had...