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Dubai: Property Investment Guide

Dubai: Property Investment Guide

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Dubai’s Latest Property Portal

With the Dubai property market recording high levels of growth and returns, also given Dubai’s reputation to stand out from the crowd, there isn’t a better time for these two features to be combined, this is exactly what Dubai’s hottest new portal propertyportal.ae aims to accomplish. This new and exciting project www.propertyportal.ae, offers a different kind of service to realtors, private sellers and potential investors in Dubai real estate and best of all, it’s free.

With so many Real Estate websites pertaining to the UAE that offer the same standard service to visitors, propertyportal.ae features listings of all the leading freehold developments in Dubai in an easy to use format, as well as a travel hub to book flights and hotels to the Country. All the information you need about buying and selling property, as well as life in Dubai is on hand in a one-stop-shop.

Mark Wallington, Managing Director for propertyportal.ae said he is certain that the Dubai Real Estate market needs a new angle and is confident that this new portal can create a niche for itself. “There are currently a large number of generic real estate websites available in the UAE and specifically Dubai. We are aware of this fact, and therefore set out to create a portal that takes the positive aspects of what’s available in the Dubai property market and go one step better. There are many factors to consider when designing a portal to promote your business or product. Not least of these is having a user friendly website where your customers can find the information they need or view your properties with ease, no useless animated intro’s or lack of information, we keep things as simple as we can so that our users can quickly and easily access the information on properties that interest them.”

Wallington also said that they have received a good response to the website already. “During our ‘soft’ launch we had over 300 property agent’s sign up and over 700 properties listed. This brilliant response goes to show that the Dubai Real Estate market is looking for a different class of property website to get their properties in the “shop window” he said. “Leading developments like the Burj Dubai and the Palm Jumeirah are really creating attention for the City as a business and tourism destination. Dubai has previously been recognised for being home to the world’s richest horse race, the Dubai shopping festival and the Rugby Sevens, but now it is property that attracts overseas interest the most.”

An important aspect of the properyportal.ae is that both real estate agents and private sellers can place their property listings onto the website free of charge. The website is updated frequently and the best properties available on the market are regularly featured in the ‘Hot Properties’ section of the portal. Visitors are encouraged to get in contact with the company or agents who list them and can expect a swift response to any further enquiries they may have.

Laura Bentley, a marketing executive for the portal went on to say: “The website has been designed to help investors, sellers and buyers unite to check the latest properties on the market as easily as possible. The key feature of this site is to allow agents and private owners to list their properties at no cost but to get the best possible exposure.”

As the completion of more and more projects approaches, propertyportal.ae might just provide a solution to the difficulties that buyers and sellers in Dubai face from the many websites that just don’t offer an entire range of property services in this expanding sector

http://www.propertyportal.ae

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Uae Property Guide, Part 2 Of 8: Abu Dhabi Property

Abu Dhabi is an emirate (sovereign state) of the United Arab Emirates; it is also the name of the major city of this emirate, which is the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (the UAE). Abu Dhabi is located on the coast of the Persian Gulf and is bordered by the emirate of Dubai and the countries of Oman and Saudi Arabia.

Several exciting property developments are currently under construction in Abu Dhabi one of which is the development of Saadiyat Island that is heralded to become the cultural centre of the region. Saadiyat Island is a natural island 500 meters off the coast of Abu Dhabi that will be connected to the mainland by two ten lane causeways. The island will be developed into six distinct precincts: Al Marina, the Cultural District, Saadiyat Park, Saadiyat Beach, South Beach and The Wetlands. The island is being developed as a major international tourist destination and residential area; it will house an estimated 150,000 residential inhabitants. Tourism will be extremely well catered for on Saadiyat with hotels, resorts, commercial shopping centres, and two golf courses (one of which will be a Gary Player Signature Course), to name just a few of the tourist facilities to be provided.

The Cultural Centre on Saadiyat Island will be world class with a performing arts centre and concert hall along with four museums including the Guggenheim Modern Art Museum designed by Frank Gehry, and a classical museum The Louvre Abu Dhabi designed by jean Nouvel.

Another island development in Abu Dhabi is Al Reem Island; this project is on another natural island off the coast of Abu Dhabi City that will again cater for residential, commercial and tourism uses. It is estimated that the island will house two hundred and eighty thousand residents, and the necessary amenities for these inhabitants i.e. schools, medical facilities, shopping centres, restaurants etc. The development will also include hotels, spas, resorts, a golf course, gardens and beaches to cater to the lucrative tourist trade.

Al Raha Beach is a development that is being built on reclaimed land on the coastal side of the main highway that links Abu Dhabi to Dubai. This development is again a mixed development aimed at tourism, commercial and residential occupancies. The development will be split into eleven distinct precincts that will all have different personalities or themes to appeal to people’s individual tastes and preferences. Al Raha Beach will accommodate One Hundred and twenty thousand residents in accommodation ranging from high-rise apartments to villas, townhouses and exclusive waterfront enclaves complete with private marinas, as well as private residential islands and a series of residential peninsulas stretching into the Persian Gulf. The development will include an extensive canal system along with bridges and water transportation including ferries, water taxis, abras and jet cats. The tourist precinct, which is housed on a separate island just off the coast, has direct beach access and will be the home to designer boutiques, spas, dining precincts and of course a luxury hotel among other features.

Sandcastles Property offers for sale a wide range of property in Abu Dhabi from villas to hotel rooms. Abu Dhabi property is becoming one of the worlds premier property investment opportunities.

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