Explore our Abu Dhabi real estate portfolio. Our listings for sale and rent in Abu Dhabi provide a selection of the most sought after properties in the capital. Our agents will support you throughout your property search and will provide their expertise and knowledge every step of the way. According to the ValuStrat consultancy, Abu Dhabi’s residential property values have been trending steadily upwards since the beginning of 2021. The average gross yield on the emirate’s housing sector is 7.4% per annum.
There are nine areas in Abu Dhabi, where foreigners are allowed to own real estate properties. They are: Yas Island, Saadiyat, Reem, Mariya, Lulu, Al Raha Beach, Sayh Al Sedairah, Al Reef and Masdar City. Learn more about regulations for expatriates owning properties in Abu Dhabi. A second factor will be the Abu Dhabi economy, which has historically been led by government spending. The oil price has meant more funds for the emirate and UAE as a whole, coupled with other income drivers such as VAT and the impending corporation tax, should mean that the pullback in spending that we saw at the end of 2015 shouldn’t happen again, even if there is a deterioration in the world economy. We expect the Abu Dhabi economy to be one of the best places to weather any economic storms.
From a desert oasis, Abu Dhabi has become a significant business hub and the home to vibrant attractions and cultural sites, making it a thriving place to invest in real estate. In addition, the city is also the ideal entrance to major markets across the globe, offering exceptional infrastructure and connectivity.