Qatar Real Estate News
A new law which regulates real estate registration and ownership is underway in Qatar.
The new marina mall project that is coming up in new Lusail City, located 23kms north of Doha, may cost 20 percent less than its earlier estimate of QR 1billion, a recent report said.
There was a lull in the otherwise vibrant real estate sector this year, as owners held on their properties due to weakening demand and reduced prices, a real estate market expert said.
Qatar-based United Development Company (UDC) has announced special incentives for all investors who purchase plots in bulk at the Giardino Villas project, located in proximity to its flagship island development, Pearl Qatar.
Qatar is the largest investor from Middle East into the global real estate sector last year.
The Qatari master developer of The Pearl Qatar has announced plans to sell 56 villa plots for residential development in Giardino Villas, one of the most prestigious and upcoming villa precincts on the island.
The United Development Company (UDC) a leading master developer has announced plans to auction nine luxury townhouses at Qanat Quartier, the Venice-like mixed use community located at The Pearl Qatar, Doha.
The final draft of sponsorship law will be ready by the year-end, with more reforms in labour practices in the country in pipeline, announced a government statement yesterday.
The cost of construction materials in Qatar is likely to surge, as the Qatar intensifies infrastructure building and completion of other building projects ahead of the 2022 World Cup, say industry experts.
The land prices in Qatar are extremely high, and 10 times that of developed markets.
The United Developers have showcased their QR5billion development Place Vendome, at the recently held Cityscape Qatar exhibition in Doha.
House rentals in Doha may continue to rise in the next one to two months, despite the decline in oil prices, said DTZ, real estate consultancy.
One of the leading real estate development and investment events, Cityscape Qatar 2015, will be unveiled on 11th May, under the patronage of Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, at the Doha Exhibition Centre.
Leading UK-based architecture firm, Foster and Partners, has bagged the contract to build the Qatar stadium that would host the final of FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Qatar has strengthened its position as one of the leading property markets for investors, as the growth in the sector is likely to continue further, supported by its strong economy.
Qatar will soon sign the contract to host Formula One Grand Prix in the next two years, said the President of Motor Sport Federation.
A new set of construction specifications has been issued in Qatar, and it will get effective three months after publication in the official gazette.
Real estate rentals in Qatar are third most expensive in the world, as per Numbeos Cost of Living Index 2015.
The Lusail Real Estate Development Company (LREDC) has announced completion of basic infrastructure facilities in the North and Western sides of Jabal Thelieb project.