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Dubai property report launched

The Dubai Property Report is set to be released this week for investors looking to purchase property in the region.

The punlishers claim that the report is the only comprehensive and independent report available on the Dubai property market.

It has been published with the support of IFA Hotels & Resorts, the largest investor in Dubais famous offshore development, The Palm, Jumeirah.

It says that While the Dubai property market is on the move, relevant information and literature to facilitate a hassle-free property purchase is lagging behind.

The Dubai Property Report has been written specifically for investors and homebuyers.

It addresses all issues and concerns pertaining to property purchase in Dubai, and offers advice on the next steps- whether letting the property, or making the move to Dubai.

The report includes valuable contributions from a number of industry experts. It gives a clear and thorough insight into legal issues, market analysis and home finance.

The Dubai Property Report can be obtained directly from the publisher via its website

Since a change in foreign ownership rulings in 2002 and with it’s projected population outstripping the supply of property in the short to medium term, Dubai has become a major property hot spot for overseas investors.

For those Investors wishing to rent out properties in Dubai, healthy rental yields are assured.

The Dubai Property Report enables homebuyers and investors to make an informed decision about property purchase in Dubai.

It examines the economic drivers for the growing property market and the potential risks.

It offers property purchasers a sound insight into the legal practicalities of buying property in the emirate and explores the financial products available for home finance.

It identifies the major property developments that are available to foreigners, when they will be ready and the buying process.

The report also looks at property management and letting, the resale market and offers practical advice to those intending to move to Dubai.

The Dubai Property Report has been well received by industry experts.

Katy Powell, author of No Going Back Buying Abroad says: “It is a useful and thorough introduction to Dubai and its property.”

It allows for proper planning ahead of purchase, thereby avoiding what could prove a property minefield.

The report is a one-stop source of information for buyers and investors entering into this exciting property boom market.


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