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2014

  • By 2020 Dubai will need an additional 77,000 student places comprising 51 new schools and US$ 2 billion

    Dubai, November 11 2014 – in the last few years Dubai’s education sector has witnessed significant and rapid development. The growth is primarily led by local operators but also latterly by a number of major international, mostly UK, operators who are capitalizing on the significant opportunities that it represented.The Dubai Education Overview issued today by Colliers International, a global leader in providing real estate services in sectors including healthcare and education, provides a brief snapshot of the key factors impacting the Dubai education sector and its future outlook.

  • EMEA INVESTMENT VOLUMES EXPECTED TO SURGE IN 2015 AS EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS ARE POISED TO PILE IN

    Dubai, 9 November 2014— Over three quarters of property investors in EMEA plan to increase real estate weightings in the region in 2015, according to the benchmark 2015 Global Investor Sentiment survey from property advisors, Colliers International. The survey found that the investment strategy of 78 per cent of EMEA-based investors was to grow their portfolios in the region in the next 12 months, up from 61 per cent last year; a sentiment matched by 67 per cent of investors globally.

  • Mid-Market Housing to Redefine the Dubai Real Estate Market

    Dubai, 3 November 2014 – According to a report issued today by Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate services, evidence suggests that an affordability gap exists in the current Dubai housing market. Colliers International’s report, “Addressing the Housing Gap” reveals a mismatch between the demand for and supply of appropriate mid-market property, highlighting the social and economic benefit of creating a diverse real estate market that meets the needs of all segments of society.

  • Changing Dubai Healthcare Landscape Offers Potential to Investors and Operators

    Dubai, November 2 2014 – Dubai’s healthcare sector has witnessed rapid developments over the past few years, attracting international healthcare investors and operators looking to capitalise on the significant opportunity that it represents.The Dubai Healthcare Overview issued today by Colliers International, a global leader in providing real estate services in sectors including healthcare and education, provides a brief snapshot of the key factors impacting the Dubai healthcare sector and its future outlook.

  • Theme Park Hotels: The Untapped Opportunity for Region’s Hospitality Market

    Dubai, October 14 2014 – As the region’s major cities compete to become leading global travel destinations, theme parks and resorts are playing an increasingly important role in attracting family visitors. The DNA of Theme Park Hotels report, issued today by Colliers International, identifies the opportunities for the theme park hospitality segment in the region and highlights key success factors from the global industry.

  • “Colliers International Named Best Overall MENA in Euromoney Real Estate Awards 2014”

    Dubai, September 10 2014 – Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate services, was awarded Best Overall in the MENA region at the prestigious annual Euromoney Real Estate Awards 2014. In addition to scooping more than 16 awards in the Middle East and North Africa, its best performance yet since first entering the awards, Colliers International was also named Best Global Letting & Advisory and Best Global Research Agency.

  • Dubai House Prices Achieve Sustainable Growth

    Dubai, September 10 2014 – Dubai’s residential property market appears to be stabilising with the Colliers International Q2 2014 House Price Index recording a moderate 3% increase over the quarter. The report indicates that the key measures introduced by the government to curb the growth in house prices at the end of last year have had a positive outcome.

  • Bullish growth recorded in Riyadh Industrial Sector

    Riyadh, August 27 2014 – Riyadh’s industrial manufacturing sector showed solid performance over the last year up to the second quarter of 2014, as strong demand fundamentals combined with increased public and private sector spending pushed up the average sales price of manufacturing land in private industrial cities and average rental rates of dry-storage space.

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