Rising transaction levels and stabilising rents suggest that Oman’s real estate sector could be in recovery, with future prospects bolstered by moves to facilitate property investment.
In mid-April the Dubai Land Department (DLD) issued its quarterly report on real estate transactions, which showed there had been 13,759 sales, mortgage agreements or other deals conducted in the first three months of the year.
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