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The survey by YouGov, the company that organizes the upcoming Cityscape Jeddah, Jeddah Urban Development and Real Estate Investment Event, said about 36 percent of respondents believed that the proposed transport infrastructure improvements in the western region would push prices higher.
Times of Oman – April 04, 2015
Abdullah Tamman Al Mashani said: “Bank Muscat is proud to be associated with Dar Al Zain project and facilitate attractive baituna finance for prospective home buyers. The real estate sector is a major component of the national economy and Bank Muscat is committed to extending all possible support to achieve the objective of a ‘home for every family’, especially youth. baituna home finance is aimed at offering citizens and residents easy access to mortgage finance, thereby contributing to revitalisation of the real estate sector and enhancing its role in the national economy.”
Customs Today Newspaper – April 04, 2015
Portugal’s real estate investment to rise to €1bn in 2015 | Customs Today Newspaper
LISBON: According to Aguirre Newman SA, a real estate consulting company in Lisbon, the Investment in Portuguese real estate in 2015 will rise to about €1 billion in 2015 from €730 million last year as private equity funds enter the market, according to Aguirre Newman SA, a real estate consulting company in Lisbon. Portugal’s economic growth will accelerate to 1.7 percent this year from 0.9 percent last year, bolstered by exports and investment, according to forecasts by the country’s central bank.
A Blackstone spokesperson declined to comment. Markus Esser, head of communications at Commerz Real, Commerzbank’s property fund manager, also declined to comment.
“We won’t comment on any possible talks, although I can confirm there are plans to sell the two malls in Portugal,” Esser said today by phone.