Dubai real estate: Payment plans curiouser and curiouser!
Source: REIDIN , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue May 30, 2017 10:46 am

UAE. In response to the declines of prices and transactional activity in mid-2014, developers started offering a variety of incentives in the form of payment plans in an attempt to stimulate demand.

Payment plans have progressively eased from 2013 (when more than 80% of launches had payment terms that were front ended) to 2016 when more than 55% of launches had back ended and post-handover payment plans.

In 2017 as transaction volumes have surged, developer launches appear to be recalibrating towards an equilibrium; however it is likely that such payment plans will continue to be "tweaked" in response to changes in the price cycle.

The decline in prices and transactional activity in the real estate market from mid-2014 triggered a response from developers to ease payment terms in an attempt to stimulate demand.

The graph illustrates how payment plans have progressively eased from 2013 (when more than 80% of launches had payment terms that were front ended) to 2016 when more than 55% of launches had back ended and post-handover payment plans.

Both private sector and government sector developers began to change their payment plans from being front loaded to back ended in mid-2014 as the market began to correct itself.

To read the full report click here: http://bit.ly/2QIOP55

Click here to read this article complete with graphs on the REIDIN website

About REIDIN
REIDIN is the leading real estate information company focusing on emerging markets. REIDIN offers intelligent and user-friendly online information solutions helping professionals access relevant data and information in a timely and cost effective basis.

For more information, pleased visit www.reidin.com

About Unitas
Unitas believes in in-depth planning and discipline as a mechanism to identify and exploit market discrepancy and capitalize on diversified revenue streams. The purpose of Unitas is to manage, direct, and create wealth for our clients.

For more information, please visit www.unitasconsultancy.com

 

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

date:Posted: February 22, 2018
UAE. Deloitte's report highlights the importance of greater private sector participation to improve the delivery of social services, including healthcare, education, transportation and utilities infrastructure.
date:Posted: February 22, 2018
UAE. McAfee, CSIS study finds ease of cybercrime growing as actors leverage black markets, digital currencies.
date:Posted: February 22, 2018
UAE. Middle East Sovereign Wealth funds (SWF) increasing allocation to alternatives; Almost a quarter (23%) of their assets under management invested in private equity, real estate, gold and infrastructure.
dhgate