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At a time when real estate prices and demand appear to be softening across Dubai, Motor City continues to be a bright spot. The volume sales of residential units in Al Hebiah First have apparently increased sharply in Q1 of 2017 compared to Q1 of 2016.
The volumes sales in the quarter were up by 50% during the quarter compared to 2016. While increase in sales transactions is predicted in a softening market as more potential purchasers scout the market, what is remarkable has been that the value of transactions which has also grown albeit at a lower 30%. This is due to the volume growth being driven by smaller apartments including studios and 1 bedroom apartment.
The rate per square foot which is a good indicator of quality of the market remained soft down marginally.
Relatively speaking Motor City appears to have outperformed the rest of the city. Can this point to greater returns over the next few months and years?
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Sunday, April 2, 2017
The summer is here again. Motor City is now a mosaic of colors as the tree lined paths erupt into beautiful hues over the next few days and weeks.
The arrival of Dubai's summer also signals the annual makeover that Motor City receives in the form of its range of flowers in various hues. Flowering trees and plants beckon the residents out for walks and get together with neighbors.
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Despite having ample dedicated parking spots in the basement, the residents continue to face challenges with disrespectful neighbors who park their cars on pavements and open spaces. Despite efforts of the community managers to maintain proper parking and safety of the residents, a few nieghbors do not want to take a little effort to park their cars in the designated spots in the basement and prefer to park in the open spaces at ground level. This problem is further compounded by guests or visitors who find it nearly impossible to find a parking spot in the community and hence end up parking on pavements.
So where does the issue lie?
Does this lie with the property developer who may have provided for significantly less parking spots for guests as compared to the number of apartments in the community?
Does this lie with the residents who do not take the effort to park their cars in the reserved parking spots that are provided for in the basements?
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The summer is here again. Motor City is now a mosaic of colors as the tree lined paths erupt into beautiful hues over the next few days an...
At a time when real estate prices and demand appear to be softening across Dubai, Motor City continues to be a bright spot. The volume sal...