Dubai Developer Emaar Properties To Launch The World’s Tallest Tower At Their Dubai Creek Harbour Project

Emaar Properties has carried a taste of Dubai to one the world’s most popular department stores as it tries to attract foreign investors between the property slowdown in the emirates. Builder of the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Developer, is launching and presenting its tallest building project at Harrods in London until mid august.


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The visitor can encounter interactive video presentations, and view huge scale models of Dubai Creek Harbour, the opera District, and Dubai Hills Estate. The models include the tower, which is anticipated to be taller the Burj Khalifa currently the Worlds highest when finished in Dubai Creek Harbour.

Emaar and Harrods account that a window display on the ground floor is passed by 75,000 walkers each day. According to the reports, issued by Cluttons on 26 Mar 2016, the precipitous quarterly drop for 5 years Prices were 4.4% lower year on year, with the biggest price drops for high-end visitors, while premium apartment out transactions holds decreased.


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JLL sad last week that it anticipated prices to bottom out over the summer and an improvement in the second half of the year, but uncertainty continues with oil prices remaining in the 40$ bracket. It published a 10% year on year decline in house prices in the first quarter of 2016, which it blamed on the strong dollar and weaker oil prices.


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Dubai gives one of the most compelling possibilities to spend in property in the world at present, as London is the financial capital of the European time zone so Dubai is the capital of the Middle East time zone.

The Dubai property market is now firm, profiting from huge inward purchase from both the Middle East and Indian sub-continent and its economy is anticipated to rise strongly leading up to the Dubai World Expo in 2020, despite last year’s downturn in oil prices.

One bedroom apartment covering 707 sq/ft at Dubai Creek Harbour estate at Dh 986,311, a cost that compares to euro 260 sq/ft, Harrods Estate said that prime control London equivalent rates are euro 2,000 per sq/ft.


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Dubai land department figures for the first 3 months of 2016 show transaction worth Dh 55B were finished, which is a 14% on the Dh 64B recorded in the same period last year. However, the volume of transactions completed was said to be 14% higher at 12.568 as more affordable homes have come onto the market.


Emaar properties net value in the fourth quarter of 2015 of $1.03B was 1% below than in 2014, despite a 58% uplift in sales to Dh 3.8B.

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