The UAE property has been going from strength to strength, thanks to an increasing number of investors looking to buy UAE property.
It was Dubai property that kick-started the UAE boom back in 2002, when the government developed a strategy aimed at encouraging foreign investment, supported by the liberalisation of foreign freehold UAE real estate ownership.
Today, the UAE property market is one of the most exciting in the world. Rental returns from UAE properties remain high, due to a shortage of homes while actual prices for UAE property for sale have recorded double-digit growth over the past few years.
The success of the UAE property market to-date has helped diversify the region’s economic income and reduce its reliance on oil.
With the country’s pockets seemingly bottomless, there are an array of new developments and infrastructural improvements being made across the emirates, with hundreds of billions of pounds worth of new UAE real estate schemes scheduled to be built over the next decade.
Abu Dhabi offers the largest UAE property market, Dubai possess the fastest emerging while the smallest is Ajman property. Furthermore, the UAE enjoys tax haven status.
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