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Mortgage Watch

Our mortgage section is designed to support our clients interested in buying a new home or refinancing their current mortgage;. Through regular market update reports and FAQ’s, we ensure our readers have an in-depth understanding of the process of getting a loan, constant updates about the laws applicable in the industry, the current trends, and latest news.

Dubai Mortgage Market Update & Opportunities Q1 2015

2015 is set to be a challenging year for the UAE mortgage market, with most banks committed to higher targets and property transactions continuing to slow. This will provide prospective buyers and existing borrowers with better lending opportunities as the banks battle over a smaller pool of business.

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Dubai Mortgage Market Update – November 2014

House prices have been softening all year and after a slow summer, sellers are starting to reduce asking prices. This is good news for prospective buyers, particularly as rental prices have continued to increase at a moderate pace over this period.

Is it the right time to buy? Well, this can only be answered once you have assessed your financial position and future plans in detail. If you are in stable employment and intend to remain living in the UAE for a minimum period of 3-5 years, most definitely.

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Dubai Mortgage Market Update – September 2014

Homematters forecasted adjustment in property prices need not be a cause for concern, unless you have to sell quickly of course. Homematters forecasts only a mild correction in property prices this year as there are still a number of positive fundamentals, which bode well over the medium term.

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Mortgage Watch Frequently Asked Questions

The UAE has recently changed from a frontier market to an emerging market and the retail banking sector is keen to follow suit.

Considering the banks were hit pretty hard during the financial crisis, they seem to have rebounded very well. The banking sector is moving in the right direction with the recent introduction of non-resident and under construction finance.

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