While the world has been struggling with financial issues over the past years, Dubai has managed to remain a safe zone for its residents, investors as well as property developers and buyers. This city has once again proved that it will continue living up to expectations as “the City of Superlatives”. Real estate developers, as one of the major contributors to Dubai’s current flourishing economy, have been playing a significant role in changing Dubai’s skyline. While in earlier years the focus of leading developers like Emaar, Meraas and Nakheel was on creating awe-inspiring and luxury projects, with the emergence of a myriad of other big and small developers, property buyers and investors alike are now spoiled for choice as there has been a shift from out-of-this-world properties to more affordable ones enabling the middle-class to enjoy the endless perks offered by these developers such as buying and investing in off-plan properties with incredibly flexible payment plans to satisfy all sorts of need and purchasing power. These perks, however, do not end there as developers offer so many tempting options regarding every aspect of a property like the interior, the exterior and the materials used among others. It is, therefore, essential to consult a reliable company which has cooperated for years with old and new developers to close a successful and profitable deal and Radis Home will definitely guarantee the key to your dream home thanks to its expertise as well as inexhaustible database of every single property by providing you with an A to Z of your desired property.
Dubai’s property market has been one the most resilient markets over the last years and has been booming yet again recording an amazing %68 growth rate year on year. Comparing the overall performance of the first quarter of year 2021 with the same period in 2022, a whopping 27,507 total sales transactions in terms of volume is presented by the data compared to the 16,341 transactions in the same period last year. It is predicted by real estate financial experts that this trend will keep soaring as more investors and buyers are developing an avid interest in Dubai as a global safe-haven.
The city is a thriving centre for business. 70% of Fortune 500 companies have their regional base in Dubai and it regularly tops the World Bank’s annual report for Ease of Doing Business in the Arab world.