I hope you have had a great week. This week we have been looking at the most valuable amenities that attract high-quality, professional tenants. Dubai is not only home to some of the most luxurious residences in the world, but it also has defined itself as one of the most business-friendly cities for both domestic and ex-pat residents.
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Dubai’s real estate market experienced a record-breaking June 2023, with 10,419 transactions marking a 17.78% increase from June 2022, and the value of these transactions also surging by 34.1% to Dhs30.41bn. Major contributors to these sales were areas like Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, and Dubai Harbour.
While apartments, especially one- and two-bedroom units, were the preference for 57.5% of buyers, 42.5% sought villas/townhouses. The off-plan segment accounted for nearly half of all transactions. In rentals, the majority of tenants preferred furnished apartments and unfurnished villas/townhouses, with one-bedroom units and three-bedroom villas being the most sought-after.
Dubai’s real estate market saw its strongest June in a decade, with 10,419 transactions indicating a 17.78% YoY increase. Transaction value also rose by 34.1% to AED 30.41 billion. Most buyers preferred apartments, especially two-bedroom units, while a significant portion opted for villas/townhouses. Rental preferences leaned towards apartments, particularly furnished units. The off-plan market was instrumental to this growth, with a 46.6% YoY rise in sales and an 80.26% increase in value.
Dubai led the global luxury property market with 92 transactions above $10 million in Q1 2023, surpassing Hong Kong and New York, according to Knight Frank. The emirate’s $10 million-plus property sales reached 176 in H1 2023, amounting to over $3.1 billion. Prime neighbourhoods like Palm Jumeirah, Emirates Hills, and Jumeirah Bay Island accounted for 63% of such sales. The trend is driven by an influx of millionaires into Dubai, attracted by a strong return on investment and high quality of life.
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