Real Estate

Kuwait Real Estate

Although growth in real estate slowed during the global financial crisis, the sector subsequently rallied to become one of the best-performing non-oil industries in Kuwait. Following recovery in 2011 and 2012, real estate growth increased significantly in 2013, driven by rising residential demand and strong performance in the investment and commercial segments, as well as the revision of financing laws as part of efforts to support new buyers.

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