Dubai real estate market is believed to be one of the most attractive real estate markets for investment. Reasons can be many such as easy availability of mortgage loan. When the offers are so attractive, it is impossible not to be in debt at all. However, most of the people make several mistakes when they face debt. Few go for debt consolidation option. Following article highlights few mistakes that people make in consolidating their debts and ways to avoid them.
Dubai has achieved tremendous upheavals in the real estate developments and luxurious living standards. Dubai does not seem to be putting an end to its real estate developments, as it has completed various realty projects and many others are in progression.
Dubai is acknowledged around the globe for its real estate developments. It has set new benchmarks in the realty industry of the world, as it always heads towards injecting innovative ideas in the real estate sector. For instance, the construction of Palm Jumeirah provided the world with an idea that real estate developments can also transcend the boundaries of land, and seas can be used for undertaking property development projects. The construction of various skyscrapers has given Dubai a new recognition in the world and Dubai properties have become an equal attraction for the buyers and sellers.
It is amazing to see that Dubai property market has finally started recovering after a long spell of bad performance after the global economic crunch. Since its recovery from the 4th quarter of 2011, Dubai realty market has been amongst one of the top global investment markets. With the huge volume of professionals relocating to Dubai and expats showing interest in buying high end residential assets in the market, the villa prices showed a significant rise of almost 20 to 21% and apartments showed 4 to 6% rise in 2012 which is set to further grow in 2013. Experts believe that Dubai residential properties will be in high demand in the years to come if the construction quality of the upcoming developments remains high and the supply of property units remains low.