The country is well known for its favorable investment climate among global residents and investors alike. Not once have the United Arab Emirates been crowned as one of the best places to do business in in the Middle East and Africa (MENA). Low levels of government regulations, ease of registering companies and availability of most government services online reduces any company’s transaction costs to virtually zero. All commercial property for sale is therefore not only a good place to start or expand your business, but buying for commercial use is also a sound long-term investment opportunity.
All buildings across the UAE are set within a modern infrastructure. If your business is international in its outlook, you can benefit from the transportational hubs of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, which are within reach from all points of the country. If your primary business outlook is set on the UAE’s domestic market, you can look through a vast array of properties for sale and find the best possible option.
Whether booming cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi or quieter holiday resorts such as Sharjah and Fujairah, the UAE offer a wide spectrum of commercial real estate for sale suiting any economic purpose. The country is well-known for its high level of exclusive and luxurious real estate projects, and will undoubtedly remain an attractive destination for people in the years to come.
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The financial crisis 2008 has not bypassed the United Arab Emirates. With its heavy reliance on crude oil exports, the price of which fell after the economic bust, economic activity in the country has subsided slightly and real estate prices have fallen. They have not yet recovered to their previous levels, leading to many good offers in the market of commercial properties for sale.
In addition to falling demand in the aftermath of the crisis, low prices can be explained by a continued high level of construction across the country. Some of these buildings had been commissioned before the slump and a lot of floor space is set to become available to buy in the current year.
Yet the real estate sector is expected to heat up again in the future and many experts see the current situation as the bottom of the price cycle. With the World Expo coming up in Dubai in 2020, there is renewed interest in the entire country, so make sure not to miss out on the present opportunity.