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While the first quarter of this year has recorded a slowing rate of capital value declines across the UAE, developers of Abu Dhabi’s high-end homes appear to be sensing a bottoming of the market and are pressing ahead with new schemes, according to Cluttons, an international real estate consultancy.

According to Cluttons, international real estate consultancies, Oman’s GDP growth is expected to rise 5.2 percent in 2018, aided by the introduction of natural gas production at the Khazzan gas field and the opening of the new airport in Muscat, marking the strongest rate of expansion since 2015.

International Property Show 2017, which ran from April 02 – 04, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, coincided with when Kuwaiti investors are said to be more demanding regarding realty investments in Dubai in the form of villas, apartments and offices.