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Dubai will continue attracting the interest of investors as a safe haven despite the economic fallout from geopolitical events, according to an S&P Global report.
The report noted that Dubai’s property market is all set to consolidate gains this year from a rebound that began in 2021.
“The market is set for a moderate increase in property prices, rents, and increased sales volumes this year,” analyst Tatjana Lescova wrote in the report.
The S&P report noted that the gross domestic product of Dubai will rise by 2.5 percent in 2022, and 2 percent in 2023. According to the report, stronger oil prices will help Dubai achieve economic growth in 2022.
The population is forecast to rise 2 percent per year in 2022 and 2023.
Developers’ revenue growth should accelerate over the next 4-5 years, tempered by a structural oversupply of residential properties and the delivery of new developments.
Properties are relatively affordable with prices 25 percent to 30 percent below 2014’s peak, despite a significant uptick in 2021.
The ongoing rise in transaction volumes and strong demand for off-plan properties, with villas outperforming apartments.
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