Middle East Property Market Future Reviewed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
20 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Middle East real estate industry is currently one of the hottest in the world. Huge international developers are pouring billions of dollars into places such as Dubai, Oman and other places in the United Arab Emirates. The future of this lucrative market is expected to be favorable with stable growth in the long run due to mounting domestic demand for affordable residential properties, friendly government laws and surging government investments and inclining inbound travelers in the region.
New market research report “Middle East Real Estate Market Outlook to 2013 - Surging Tenants' Bargaining Power” drawn up by AM Mindpower Solutions has been recently published at Market Publishers Ltd.
Middle East Real Estate Market Outlook to 2013 - Surging Tenants' Bargaining Power
Published: February, 2012
Price: US$ 1,450.00
The report delves into detailed and comprehensive analysis of the Middle East’s real estate market with a focus on the reduced household budget allocation of the tenants along with the rising domestic population, government initiatives to attract foreign investors and the changing tastes and preference of the tenants and the investors.
- market size of the real estate sector in the Middle East including 7 countries – Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE (including Northern Emirates, Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Jordan, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar – on the basis of total supply and revenue, 2005-2010;
- market segmentation of these 7 countries’ real estate market by residential, office, retail and hotel on the basis of total supply, 2005-2010;
- recent trends and developments of the real estate market in the region’s 7 countries;
- SWOT analysis of the real estate market in all the 7 countries;
- market share of the major real estate developers operating in the region, 2010;
- company profiles of leading developers in the Middle East real estate market;
- future outlook and projections of the supply of residential, office, retail and hotel spaces in all countries, 2011-2013;
- cause and effect relationship analysis between industry factors and expected industry prospects in the Middle East real estate market;
- historical and future forecast of several macro-economic and industry factors including population, GDP, number of tourist arrivals, inflation and housing finance.
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at AM Mindpower Solutions page.