Location: Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iraq and Saudi Arabia
Size: slightly smaller than New Jersey, United States of America
Climate: dry desert; intensely hot summers; short, cool winters
Terrain: flat to slightly undulating desert plain
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Regions: Kuwait is divided into the following regions: Al 'Asimah Al Ahmadi Al Farwaniyah Al Jahra' Al Kuwayt Hawalli
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UAE Real Estate News
||Tips for buying property in the UAE|
Investing in real estate in the UAE is a priority for many foreign buyers as the market continues to boom and experts suggest several useful tips designed to help the process to prove successful.
||Positive outlook for UAE real estate|
The speed of the recovery of the markets for real estate in the UAE has caused several industry experts to warn of the possibility of another bubble occurring.
||Abu Dhabi opens homes to overseas buyers|
Foreign property buyers looking to purchase residential real estate in the UAE now have more choice as officials in Abu Dhabi change the property ownership rules for overseas investors.
||Price gap widens across UAE|
Prices have been steadily rising for residential real estate in the UAE during the course of the year but some regions are streets ahead on the road to recovery.
||No danger of property bubble in UAE|
Despite numerous concerns from industry watchers the governor of the Central Bank last week dismissed fears of another damaging bubble brewing for real estate in the UAE.
||Sunnier view for UAE real estate markets|
Positive forecasts for the recovery of real estate in the UAE seem to be working out well for the markets for property in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
||Diamond completion for Abu Dhabi|
Developers are celebrating the completion of an exclusive residential project located in the Abu Dhabi’s Al Reem Island.
||Mortgage limits on hold in UAE|
Official plans to cap mortgage funds for overseas real estate buyers in the United Arab Emirates have been postponed until further notice.
||Saudi approves new mortgage rules|
A momentous decision by the government of Saudi Arabia is expected to provide a welcome boost for the financial industry throughout the nation.
||UAE real estate market still in doldrums|
Sales forecasts for property in Dubai and across the United Arab Emirates are expected to be rather mooted for 2012 according several property experts.
||Construction continues to slow in UAE|
The residential real estate sectors across the United Arab Emirates has yet to show any real signs of recovery as more developments are either delayed or cancelled due to financing difficulties.
||Extended visa option for Dubai property investors|
Overseas Property investors are once again being courted by the United Arab Emirates with the extension of the residency visa scheme currently at six months to a term of three years for those foreigners buying property in the Emirates.
||Getting tough in the UAE|
Real estate in the UAE is in need of a boost and many professionals within the industry are calling for some harsh measures to flush the system clean and to get the recovery underway.
||Upwards and onwards for Cityscape Abu Dhabi|
Last year the Dubai Cityscape, a landmark exhibition of property in Dubai, was a shadow of its former self. But the exhibition currently underway in Abu Dhabi has a feeling of optimism for real estate in the UAE.