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Nov 23, 2010
Deyaar has finished the new 24-storey residential tower in Business Bay, and says about half the units have been sold in Windor Manor Read Article Deyaar finishes tower in Business Bay
Nov 24, 2010
Lease rates continue to slide as more apartments come onto the market, say a study. Read Article Apartment rents in Abu Dhabi to fall further
Nov 26, 2010
Don't call fractionals "timeshares. They are structurally different. Read Article Fractionals beg to differ from traditional timeshare
The UAE struggling property market could benefit from the somewhat foreign concept of shared ownership, or fractionals. Read Article Time to share as opportunity knocks
Nov 27, 2010
Developer's unprecedented move will test virtually unused federal bankruptcy laws, with the case over the unbuilt White Bay resort likely to be watched by thousands of investors in uncompleted projects. Read Article Al Murjan's bankruptcy to blaze new UAE legal ground
Nov 28, 2010
Investors to watch the case closely after the developer failed in his plan to build a resort named White Bay on the coast of Umm al Qaiwain, covering 19 million square feet on two islands. Read Article Bankruptcy filing by Al Murjan to test new ground
Nov 30, 2010
Two towers being built in Abu Dhabi showcase a unique approach to construction in the region by applying state-of-the-art design to traditional Middle Eastern features. Read Article Green twist on traditional building methods
Dubai's property sector has bottomed out and will spend much of the next two years on the rise, Mohamed Alabbar, the chairman of Emaar Properties, says. Read Article Emaar chairman says Dubai's property market set to rise
Reem Island developer Sorouh today discussed the issue of buyers backing out of their contracts, with the company saying it had worked hard to limit that number by cutting prices.
Read Article Up to 8 per cent of Reem Island buyers backed out says Sorouh
Dec 02, 2010
Part of Lothar Hardt's closely-watched case against Damac, the largest filed against a developer, may be heard in DIFC Courts, judge says.
Read Article New twist in property investor's suit
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