Cityscape Global returns to Dubai from 6 to 8 September – and Property Watch magazine returns with a new special edition.
This issue is packed full of studies, analysis and reports which I hope will offer readers a valuable insight into the health of the real estate market in Dubai at a time when many investors and property experts are stopping to check its pulse.
For many investors and potential home buyers, the burning question is whether this is the right time to purchase property in Dubai – or whether it is better to hold off.
The Property Watch team has worked hard with partners to pull together the latest data and analysis into one publication – and online at propertywatch.ae – to make sure investors and buyers have the information they need to help make that decision.
We are also excited that our business intelligence site will soon be up and running; this will allow users access to data on the most recent transactions and trends.
The opening of the world’s largest indoor theme park IMG Worlds of Adventure in City of Arabia on the outer Mohammed bin Zayed Road on 31 August and the soon to be launched Dubai Parks & Resorts located near Jebel Ali. The five main components of Dubai Parks include Bollywood Park and Legoland. These are both attractive new projects that will help cement Dubai’s reputation as a leading tourism destination.
As another world first for Dubai, we have no doubt that the projects will attract huge tourist numbers. Indeed, the theme parks expects to attract millions of people in its first year of opening.
We here at Property Watch will be keeping a sharp eye on the positive impacts the parks will have on the property market.
As always, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the creation of this issue of the magazine, especially those who provided us with their valuable market studies, research and news.