Bahrain Real Estate & Property Market
Bahrain property, apartments, villas, office space
The economic growth of Bahrain has been spectacular and quite belies the small land area and relatively limited population of the country. The infrastructure all over the country in terms of the road network, the airport, telecommunication, public services, educational institutions, and medical services have all been ranked among the top-most in the world.
The government is eagerly and aggressively pushing for more growth by offering many incentives to foreign investors. This has been brought about by the healthy proportion of global expatriates that mix with the general population. This has resulted in a boom in Bahrain property in terms of apartments, villas, and office space and more and more are coming to either work there or as tourists.
Bahrain property has also become a good investment among corporate investors due to Bahrain's unique position related to the trade and industry and the 100-million people market that is open and available to anyone who decides to start a business in Bahrain. Bahrain property is expected to become even more valuable in the near future due to the high demand and the limited land area of the country of islands.
Expatriates are also causing a real estate boom in Bahrain property, as many of these who work in Saudi Arabia prefer to reside in Bahrain. Commuting is easy via the King Fahad Causeway between the two countries.
Since English is widely spoken and understood throughout Bahrain along with the traditional Arabian there is an added benefit for expatriates to live there.
Bahrain Real Estate News
Diyar Al Muharraq, the leading urban developer in Bahrain, has announced signing of a major corporate deal with Bin Faqeeh Real Estate Development Company for development of a major residential complex.
New residential project to be ready in 2016 -19/11/2014
New residential project is on schedule and is being implemented at record pace.
Bahrain commercial office sector still subdued -12/11/2014
The commercial office sector in Bahrain still continues to remain subdued, as Grade A and B rental rates have bottomed out with no major improvement in performance recorded this year.
Work in progress on $75mn Juffair development -12/11/2014
Work is under progress on a $75mn real estate development in Juffair.
Bahrain witnesses 70 percent growth in real estate projects -5/11/2014
Bahrain has witnessed a 60 to 70 percent growth in real estate investment projects over the past year, which indicates the strong bounce-back of real estate sector, said Nasser Al Ahli, the Chairman of Bahrain Real Estate Association.
Leading Bahrain Property Expo to open on 6th November -5/11/2014
The BaPDEX 2014 (Bahrain Property Development Exhibition) involving participation of about 15 exhibitors, will open on 6th November at Bahrain City Centre.
Diyar Al Muharraq residential community meets 100% sale -22/10/2014
Leading Bahrain developer, Diyar Al Muharraq has announced complete sale of its plots at Sarat, the residential community unit in Muharraq.
Increased focus on high-end residential developments -22/10/2014
The current economic stability in Bahrain has reflected itself on residential rents, with rentals stabilizing and prompting tenants to turn their attention towards high quality schemes, say Cluttons.
Smaller office units more in demand; office rentals stabilize in Q3 this year -16/10/2014
Leading international real estate consultancy, Cluttons, recently said that with growing number of start-up businesses, the demand for smaller plug and play offices (50sqm to 100sqm) is greater now.
Dubai Holding sets deadline for hotel projects prior to Expo 2020 -9/10/2014
Buyers of 40 hotel plots from Dubai Holding have been given 2017 as deadline for completion of their project, said a senior Dubai Properties Group (DPG) executive.
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