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December 2019 Read the latest edition of the Chestertons MENA Abu Dhabi Observer Q3 2019 which reports on the performance of the Emirate’s residential market, tracking quarter-on-quarter movements in the sales and rental sectors. Understand the future predications of property for investment in the capital of UAE.Read More
Dubai in Q1 seems to be further in decline in prices for apartments compared to villa prices. However, off-plan projects such as MBR City is experiencing greater demand. Additional stock of properties is the key factor causing prices to decline as there is limited available.Read More
The UAE government have announced new initiative to mitigate the disparity in supply and demand. Removal of the 20% cap on an individual bank’s real estate lending as a percentage of its total deposits. Another change is in the rental sector, to focus on the holiday let market which has been legal in the Emirate since 2016.Read More
January 2019 Conditions in Abu Dhabi’s residential property market remained relatively unchanged in Q4 2018 as the sales and rental sector continued to undergo downward adjustments as witnessed throughout Q3 - due to new supply and reduced levels of demand.Read More
Dubai has experienced further decline in both sales and rental values like the previous quarters. However, there has been a key trend where the market for completed units has been more resilient to the decline in transaction volumes and values compared with the off-plan market.Read More
August 2016 Chestertons has ranked the UK's top university cities to reveal the best prospects for those looking to invest in student accommodation – whether they be landlords, students and their families or recent graduates.Read More
December 2013 It is important to understand what is meant by 'resident in the UK'. There is no special definition of the word 'residence' for tax. Nick Barnes Following on from the Autumn Statement, Nicholas Barnes, Head of Research for Chesterton Humberts comments on the important changes to CGT on UK Residential properties held by UK non-residents: In his Autumn Statement delivered on 5th December, the CRead More