UAE. The United Arab Emirates' public finances swung into a surplus of 2.9% of economic output in 2011 after two years of deficits as robust oil income offset an increase in government spending, a report by the International Monetary Fund showed.
UAE. -3.5% annual rate of change in values at the end of UAE. -3.5% annual rate of change in values at the end of Q3 2015; Rents stabilise with average rents across freehold areas down 3.2%; Transactions creep upwards; Affordability challenges remain.
UAE. "Owing to the Middle Eastern investor mentality, venture capital investment has become more and more mainstream over the last decade and with this relationship we are confident that we are introducing solid investment opportunities to investors across the region."