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The 9th edition of the International Real Estate & Investment Show brings Egypt’s leading real estate companies under one roof to highlight country’s growing real estate sector and to attract investors from various parts of the world from the 2nd to 4th November 2017 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).
The Middle East’s Premier International Real Estate & Investment Show 2017 Makes a Grand Return to Abu Dhabi
The International Real Estate & Investment Show 2017 (IREIS) is the one-stop shop for real estate investment opportunities across the world. The 9th edition of the expo will be held from November 2-4 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Abu Dhabi.
UAE Market Report February 2017
The UAE real estate sector appears to be becoming attractive for both end-users and renters looking for well-priced properties. With the addition of new units over the past few months, the market is becoming more affordable for both buyers and renters.
In face of global economic uncertainties of the year 2016, real estate investors around the world have been in search of markets that can withstand fluctuations in fortunes. Among these, the property sector in the emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi have made quite a name for themselves for being stable markets buoyed by a constantly diversifying economy. And while Dubai is a haven for real estate investors, Abu Dhabi is certainly at the top of the game when it comes to the financial services, manufacturing and cargo handling sectors, making it a top choice for expats looking to expand their expertise and professional acumen. So if you are one of the expats heading out to the UAE capital in search of a better livelihood, consider Bayut.com’s guide to the most popular renting localities in the emirate. Maybe these areas have what you have been looking for.
Three Critical Accelerators to Closing the Gender Pay Gap for Class of 2020, Accenture Research Finds
- 67% of UAE female undergraduates aspire to be in a leadership positions
- Only 10% behind UAE male undergraduates, 83% of UAE female undergraduates have taken a computing /coding module
- Only 7% behind UAE male undergraduates, 35% of UAE female undergraduates have upskilled in digital technologies
Women graduating from university in developing markets in 2020 could be the first generation to close the gender pay gap in their lifetimes, according to new research from Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
UAE MARKET REPORT JAN 2017
With a rather topsy-turvy 2016 behind it, the real estate market in the UAE is expected to take positive strides in 2017. Given the uncertainty prevalent in the global market, many realty investors are heading to markets that offer stability of rental returns as well as room for capital value growth. Dubai and Abu Dhabi rank prominently among such markets, and their unique position on the map and importance as the gateway to the MENA region make their pull even stronger.