Properties In Dubai: Buy or Not?

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Properties In Dubai: Buy or Not?

Post  umerakmal on Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:10 am

Never has there been such an ambitious and creative drive to establish a property market as has been witnessed in Dubai over the past three years. Running short on oil reserves, Dubai's crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed Al Marktoum, set out to turn Dubai into the financial, commercial and tourism capital of the Middle East and in the space of three years he has more than succeeded. The result has been the rise of Dubai as the world's most glamorous property investment market. Nothing in Dubai is understated. The tiny emirate, that only five years ago was nothing more than a simple fishing village has suddenly become the Manhattan of the Middle East.

Dubai's more exclusive developments are being snapped up the celebrity classes and the world's elite. Ageing English rocker, Rod Stewart is already the proud owner of Britain and villas along the Palm are being bought by sports stars, film stars and anybody with upwards of EUR1.5 million to spend on a private waterfront retreat.

For the property investor seeking a lucrative return, a new market is always a risky one and the fear is that the market may collapse soon after it has taken off!. With plenty of anecdotal evidence to suggest that property prices in Dubai are rising by as much as 60% in one year, it's tempting to rush straight in and grab a piece of the action. But the canny investors will have to consider if it is too much too fast.

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