In this week’s episode of Taking Care of Business, it's more than just the outlook of July’s real estate market. Operations Director Paul Kelly, Managing Director Marc Walters, and our Director of Data and Digital Transformation, Lynnette Sacchetto take a deep look into ours and the Dubai Land Department’s data to find all the stories and trends that’s going to shape Dubai’s real estate market in the coming months.
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In this week's episode of Taking Care of Business, Managing Director; Marc Walters sits with Director of Allsopp and Allsopp Recruitment; Kameron Hutchinson. They discuss our upcoming UK Recruitment events (in London, Birmingham and Manchester), some tips for people starting out in real estate, and why more and more people are moving to Dubai to change their lives for the better. Click the link below to apply for one of the events: recruitment.allsoppandallsopp.com
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Paul Kelly, our Operations Director discusses cryptocurrency, the new anti-money laundering measures and its effects on the real estate industry with The Business Breakfast team on Dubai Eye 103.8.
Tighter real estate regulations key to further maturity of UAE’s vibrant property scene
What will the tightening of real estate regulations do to the momentum of Dubai’s real estate market?
Source: Arabian Business
Bank of England's rate increase makes UK property more appealing to Middle East investors
The Bank of England’s 0.5 per cent interest rate increase will potentially lead to a downward adjustment in property prices, which could open up opportunities for Middle Eastern investors.
Lewis Allsopp, CEO says “Long term, the UK always offers great investment through property, but in the current climate, I would suggest letting it cool down before jumping in at the top end and picking up some better-priced options once the market has settled.”
Source: The National
A Dubai Real Estate Company Claims Employees Can Become Millionaires In 4 Years
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