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Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
Middle east real estate market outlook sample report
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The present report provides a comprehensive study on the Middle East’s real estate market with a focus on the reduced household budget allocation of the tenants. The report covers seven countries such …

The present report provides a comprehensive study on the Middle East’s real estate market with a focus on the reduced household budget allocation of the tenants. The report covers seven countries such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE (including Northern Emirates, Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Jordan, Oman Kuwait and Qatar on the basis of supply and revenue. It also discusses the segments of the market, competitive landscape and profile of major players.

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  • 1. 1
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Middle East Real Estate Market Introduction 2. The Middle East Real Estate Market Size, 2005 – 2010 2.1. By Supply, 2005-2010 3. The Middle East Real Estate Market Segmentation 3.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005- 2010 3.2. By Geography 4. Middle East Real Estate Future Outlook 4.1. Middle East Real Estate Future Projections, 2011-2013 4.2. Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors Prevailing in Middle East Real Estate Market 5. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Introduction 5.1. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Size, 2007-2010 5.1.1. By Revenue, 2007-2010 5.1.2. By Supply, 2005-2010 5.2. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 5.2.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-2010 5.3. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Trends and Developments 5.4. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunity Threats 5.5. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 5.5.1. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Developers Market Share, 2010 5.6. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Future Outlook 2
  • 3. 5.6.1. Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-20135.7. Major Saudi Arabia Real Estate Developers Profiles 5.7.1. Dar Al Arkan Real Estate Development Company Company Overview Financial Performance 5.7.2. Saudi Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance 5.7.3. Saudi Hotels and Resort Areas Company Company Overview Financial Performance 5.7.4. Makkah Construction and Development Company Company Overview Financial Performance 5.7.5. Taiba Holding Company Overview Financial Performance 5.7.6. Arriyadh Development Company Company Overview Financial Performance5.8. Saudi Arabia Macro Economic And Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 5.8.1. Population, 2005-2013 5.8.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 5.8.3. Number of Tourists, 2005-2010 5.8.4. Inflation, 2005-2013 5.8.5. Real Estate Finance, 2007-2010 6. Egypt Real Estate Market Introduction6.1. Egypt Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 3
  • 4. 6.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 6.1.2. By Supply, 2005-20106.2. Egypt Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 6.2.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20106.3. Egypt Real Estate Market Trends and Developments6.4. Egypt Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats6.5. Egypt Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 6.5.1. Egypt Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share, 20106.6. Egypt Real Estate Market Future Outlook 6.6.1. Egypt Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-20136.7. Major Egypt Real Estate Developers Profiles 6.7.1. Talaat Moustafa Group Holding (TMG) Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.2. Palm Hills Developments (PHD) Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.3. Nasr City Housing & Development Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.4. Six of October Development and Investment Company (SODIC) Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.5. Orascom Hotels & Development 4
  • 5. Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.6. Heliopolis Housing Company Overview Financial Performance 6.7.7. United Housing & Development Company Overview Financial Performance6.8. Egypt Macro Economic and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 6.8.1. Population, 2005-2013 6.8.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 6.8.3. Number of Tourists 6.8.4. Inflation, 2005-2013 6.8.5. Housing Mortgage Finance 7. Jordan Real Estate Market Introduction7.1. Jordan Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 7.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 7.1.2. By Supply, 2005-20107.2. Jordan Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 7.2.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20107.3. Jordan Real Estate Market Trends and Developments7.4. Jordan Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats7.5. Jordan Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 5
  • 6. 7.5.1. Jordan Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share, 20107.6. Jordan Real Estate Market Future Outlook 7.6.1. Jordan Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-2013 7.6.1.1. Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel Projected Supply, 2011-20137.7. Major Jordan Real Estate Developers Profiles 7.7.1. Zara Investment Holdings Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.2. Investors & Eastern Arab for Industrial & Real Estate Investment (IEAI) Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.3. Union Land Development Company (ULDC) Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.4. Specialized Investment Compounds Company PLC (SPIC) Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.5. Taameer Jordan Holdings (TAMR) Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.6. Jordan Dubai Properties (REIN) Company Overview Financial Performance 7.7.7. Real Estate Development Company (REDV) Company Overview Financial Performance7.8. Jordan Macro Economic and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 7.8.1. Population, 2005-2013 6
  • 7. 7.8.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 7.8.3. Number of Tourists, 2005-2010 7.8.4. Inflation, 2005-2013 8. UAE Real Estate Market Introduction8.1. UAE Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 8.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 8.1.2. By Supply, 2005-20108.2. UAE Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 8.2.1. By Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Northern Emirates, 2005-2010 8.2.2. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20108.3. Dubai Real Estate Market Introduction 8.3.1. Dubai Real Estate Market Size by Supply, 2005-2010 8.3.2. Dubai Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20108.4. Abu Dhabi Real Estate Market Introduction 8.4.1. Abu Dhabi Estate Market Size By Supply, 2005-2010 8.4.2. Abu Dhabi Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20108.5. Northern Emirates Real Estate Market Introduction 8.5.1. Northern Emirates Real Estate Market Supply, 2005-2010 8.5.2. The Northern Emirates Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20108.6. UAE Real Estate Market Trends and Developments8.7. UAE Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats 7
  • 8. 8.8. The UAE Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 8.8.1. The UAE Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share, 20108.9. UAE Real Estate Market Future Outlook 8.9.1. UAE Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-2013 8.9.1.1. Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel Projected Supply, 2011-20138.10. Major UAE Real Estate Developers Profiles 8.10.1. Dubai Holdings Company Overview Financial Performance 8.10.2. Emaar Properties Company Overview Financial Performance 8.10.3. Sorouh Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance 8.10.4. Union Properties Company Overview Financial Performance 8.10.5. Aldar Properties Company Overview Financial Performance 8.10.6. Deyaar Holding Company Overview Financial Performance8.11. UAE Macro-Economic and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 8.11.1. Population, 2005-2013 8.11.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 8.11.3. Number of Tourists Arrivals 8
  • 9. 8.11.4. Real Estate Finance 8.11.5. Inflation, 2005-2013 9. Oman Real Estate Market Introduction9.1. Oman Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 9.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 9.1.2. By Supply, 2005-20109.2. Oman Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 9.2.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-20109.3. Oman Real Estate Market Trends and Developments9.4. Oman Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats9.5. Oman Real Estate Market Future Outlook 9.5.1. Oman Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-2013 9.5.1.1. By Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel Projected Supply, 2011-20139.6. Oman Real Estate Market Developers Profiles 9.6.1. Al Khonji Real Estate & Development Company Overview 9.6.2. Al Madina Real Estate Company Company Overview 9.6.3. Sahara Hospitality Company Company Overview Financial Performance9.7. Oman Macro Economic And Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 9.7.1. Population, 2005-2013 9
  • 10. 9.1.1. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 9.1.2. Number of Tourists, 2005-2010 9.1.3. Inflation, 2005-2013 10. Kuwait Real Estate Market Introduction10.1. Kuwait Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 10.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 10.1.2. By Supply, 2005-201010.2. Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions, 2007-201010.3. Kuwait Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 10.3.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-201010.4. Kuwait Real Estate Market Trends and Developments10.5. Kuwait Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats10.6. Kuwait Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 10.6.1. Kuwait Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share, 201010.7. Kuwait Real Estate Market Future Outlook 10.7.1. Kuwait Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-2013 10.7.1.1. By Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel Projected Supply, 2011-201310.8. Major Kuwait Real Estate Developers Profiles 10.8.1. Salhia Real Estate Company Overview Financial Performance 10.8.2. Mabanee Company Overview 10
  • 11. Financial Performance 10.8.3. United Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance 10.8.4. Commercial Real Estate Company Overview Financial Performance 10.8.5. Tamdeen Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance 10.8.6. National Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance10.9. Kuwait Macro Economic and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 10.9.1. Population, 2005-2013 10.9.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 10.9.3. Number of Tourists, 2005-2010 10.9.4. Inflation, 2005-2013 10.9.5. Housing Finance, 2007-2010 11. Qatar Real Estate Market Introduction11.1. Qatar Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2010 11.1.1. By Revenue, 2005-2010 11.1.2. By Supply, 2005-201011.2. Qatar Real Estate Market Segmentation on the Basis of Supply, 2005-2010 11.2.1. By Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel, 2005-201011.3. Qatar Real Estate Market Trends and Developments11.4. Qatar Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis 11
  • 12. Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats11.5. Qatar Real Estate Market Competitive Landscape 11.5.1. Qatar Real Estate Market Developers’ Market, 201011.6. Qatar Real Estate Market Future Outlook 11.6.1. Qatar Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2011-2013 11.6.1.1. By Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel Projected Supply, 2011-201311.7. Major Qatar Real Estate Developers Profiles 11.7.1. United Development Company Company Overview Financial Performance 11.7.2. Barwa Real Estate Company Company Overview Financial Performance 11.7.3. Ezdan Real Estate Company Overview Financial Performance11.8. Qatar Macro Economic and Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 11.8.1. Population, 2005-2013 11.8.2. Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2013 11.8.3. Number of Tourists, 2005-2010 11.8.4. Inflation, 2005-2013 11.8.5. Real Estate Finance 12. Appendix12.1. Market Definition 12
  • 13. 12.2. Abbreviations12.3. Research Methodology Data Collection Methods Approach12.4. Disclaimer 13
  • 14. LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Middle East Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 2: Middle East Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 3: Middle East Real Estate Market Segmentation by UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan,Qatar, Oman and Egypt in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 4: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Size by Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 5 : Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2005-2010Figure 6: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 7: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Projected Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2011-2013Figure 8: Dar Al Arkan Real Estate Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million.2007-2010Figure 9: Saudi Real Estate Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 10: Saudi Hotels and Resort Areas Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 11: Makkah Construction and Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million,2007-2010Figure 12: Taiba Holding Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 13: Arriyadh Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 14: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 15: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 16: Total Number of Tourist Arrivals in Million, 2005-2010Figure 17: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 18: Real Estate Finance in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 19: Egypt Real Estate Market Size by Revenue in USD Million, 2005-2010 14
  • 15. Figure 20: Egypt Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 21: Egypt Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 22: Egypt Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply in GLA ThousandSquare Meter, 2011-2013Figure 23: TMG Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 24: PHD Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 25: Nasr City Housing Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 26: SODIC Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 27: Orascom Hotels & Development Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 28: Heliopolis Housing Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 29: United Housing & Development Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 30: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 31: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 32: Total Number of Tourists in Million, 2005-2010Figure 33: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 34: Jordan Real Estate Market Size in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 35: Jordan Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 36: Jordan Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 37: Jordan Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply in GLA ThousandSquare Meter, 2011-2013Figure 38: Zara Investment Holdings Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 39: Investors & Eastern Arab for Industrial and Real Estate Investment Total Revenue inUSD Million, 2006-2010Figure 40: Union Land Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010 15
  • 16. Figure 41: Specialized Investment Compounds Company PLC Total Revenue in USD Million,2006-2010Figure 42: Taameer Jordan Holdings Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 43: Jordan Dubai Properties Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 44: Real Estate Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 45: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 46: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 47: Total Number of Tourists Arrivals in Million, 2005-2010Figure 48: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 49: UAE Real Estate Market Size in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 50: The UAE Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 51: UAE Real Estate Market Segmentation by Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Northern Emirates,in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 52: UAE Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 53: Dubai Real Estate Market Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 54: Dubai Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 55: The Abu Dhabi Real Estate Market Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 56: Abu Dhabi Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 57: Northern Emirates Real Estate Market Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 58: The Northern Emirates Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel on the Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 59: UAE Real Estate Market Projection by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2011-2013 16
  • 17. Figure 60: Dubai Holdings Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 61: Emaar Properties Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 62: Sorouh Real Estate Company’s Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 63: Union Properties Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 64: Aldar Properties Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 65: Deyaar Holding Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 66: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 67: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 68: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 69: Oman Real Estate Market Size in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 70: Oman Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 71: Oman Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 72: Oman Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply in GLA ThousandSquare Meter, 2011-2013Figure 73: Sahara Hospitality Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010Figure 74: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 75: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 76: Total Number of Tourists in Million, 2005-2010Figure 77: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 78: Kuwait Real Estate Market Size in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 79: Kuwait Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 80: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions in Units and Value in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 81: Kuwait Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010 17
  • 18. Figure 82: Kuwait Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply in GLA ThousandSquare Meter, 2011-2013Figure 83: Salhia Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 84: Mabanee Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 85: United Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 86: Commercial Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 87: Tamdeen Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 88: National Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2008-2010Figure 89: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 90: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 91: Total Number of Tourists in Million, 2005-2010Figure 92: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013Figure 93: Housing Finance in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 94: Qatar Real Estate Market Size in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 95: Qatar Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Figure 96: Qatar Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel on theBasis of Supply in Percentage, 2005-2010Figure 97: Qatar Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply in GLA ThousandSquare Meter, 2011-2013Figure 98: United Development Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 99: Barwa Real Estate Company Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 100: Ezdan Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Figure 101: Population in Million, 2005-2013Figure 102: Gross Domestic Product in USD Million, 2005-2013Figure 103: Total Number of Tourists in Million, 2005-2010Figure 104: Inflation in Percentage, 2005-2013 18
  • 19. LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Middle East Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 2: Middle East Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Supply in Units in Thousand andRooms in Thousands, 2005-2010Table 3: Middle East Real Estate Market projections by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2011-2013Table 4: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected industryProspects of Middle East Real Estate MarketTable 5: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 6: Saudi Arabia Residential in Units in Thousand and Hotel Rooms in Thousand, 2005-2010Table 7: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Table 8: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Developers’ Total Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010Table 9: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Projected Supply by Residential, Office, Retail andHotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 10: Saudi Arabia Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units inThousand and Rooms in Thousands, 2011-2013Table 11: Real Estate Projects by Dar Al Arkan Real Estate Development Company, 2011Table 12: Real Estate Projects by Saudi Real Estate Company, 2011Table 13: Real Estate Projects by Makkah Construction and Development Company, 2011Table 14: Real Estate Projects by Arriyadh Development Company, 2011Table 15: Egypt Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in GLA Thousand, 2005-2010Table 16: Egypt Residential Supply in Units and Hotel Rooms in Thousands, 2005-2010Table 17: Egypt Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Table 18: Egypt Real Estate Market Developers’ Total Revenue in USD Million, 2010 19
  • 20. Table 19: Egypt Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 20: Egypt Residential Projected Supply in Units and Hotel Rooms in Thousand, 2011-2013Table 21: Jordan Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand, 2005-2010Table 22: Jordan Residential Units and Hotel Rooms in Thousands, 2005-2010Table 23: Jordan Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Table 24: Jordan Real Estate Market Developers’ Total Revenue in USD Million, 2010Table 25: Jordan Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 26: Jordan Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units inThousand and Rooms in Thousands, 2011-2013Table 27: UAE Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 28: United Arab Emirates Residential Units and Hotel Rooms Supply in Units inThousand, 2005-2010Table 29: Dubai Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 30: Dubai Real Estate Residential Supply in Units in Thousand and Hotel Rooms inThousands, 2005-2010Table 31: Abu Dhabi Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotelon the Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 32: Abu Dhabi Residential Supply in Units in Thousand and Hotel Rooms in Thousands,2005-2010Table 33: Northern Emirates Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail andHotel on the Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 34: Northern Emirates Residential and Hotel Supply in Units in Thousand and Rooms inThousand, 2005-2010Table 35: The UAE Real Estate Market Developers’ Total Revenue in Percentage, 2010 20
  • 21. Table 36: The UAE Real Estate Market Developers’ Total Revenue in USD Million, 2010Table 37: UAE Real Estate Market Projected Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 38: UAE Real Estate Market Projected Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 39: UAE Residential Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units in Thousand, 2011-2013Table 40: UAE Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Rooms in Thousand, 2011-2013Table 41: Real Estate Projects by Emaar Properties, 2011Table 42: Real Estate Projects by Sorouh Real Estate Company, 2011Table 43: Real Estate Projects by Union Properties, 2011Table 44: Oman Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 45: Oman Residential Supply in Units and Hotel Rooms in Thousands, 2005-2010Table 46: Oman Real Estate Market Projections on The Basis of Supply by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 47: Oman Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units inThousand and Rooms in Thousands, 2011-2013Table 48: Real Estate Projects by Sahara Hospitality CompanyTable 49: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions by Residential and Commercial Market inUnits, 2007-2010Table 50: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions by Residential and Commercial Market inUSD Million, 2007-2010Table 51: Kuwait Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel onthe Basis of Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2010Table 52: Kuwait Residential and Hotel Supply in Units in Thousand and Rooms in Thousands,2005-2010Table 53: Kuwait Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Table 54: Kuwait Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in USD Million, 2010 21
  • 22. Table 55: Kuwait Real Estate Market Projections on the Basis of Supply by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 56: Kuwait Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units inThousand and Rooms in Thousands, 2011-2013Table 57: Real Estate Projects by Commercial Real Estate Company (Altijaria), 2011Table 58: Qatar Real Estate Market Segmentation by Residential, Office, Retail and Hotel on theBasis of Supply in GLA Thousand, 2005-2010Table 59: Qatar Residential and Hotel Supply in Units in Thousand and Rooms in Thousands,2005-2010Table 60: Qatar Real Estate Market Developers’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Table 61: Qatar Real Estate Market Developers’ Revenue in USD Million, 2010Table 62: Qatar Real Estate Market Projections on The Basis of Supply by Residential, Office,Retail and Hotel in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Table 63: Qatar Residential and Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units in Thousandand Rooms in Thousands, 2011-2013Table 64: Real Estate Projects by Barwa Real Estate Company, 2011Table 65: Real Estate Projects by Barwa Real Estate Company 22
  • 23. THE MIDDLE EAST REAL ESTATE MARKET SIZE, 2005– 2010BY SUPPLY, 2005-2010Over the years, the Middle East real estate sector has been adding on new projects to cater to therequirements of the buyers and the real estate investors. In 2010, the cumulative supply of the real estate sector has increased at 5% to ~ Despite of an increasing supply of real thousand square meters of GLA (Gross Leasable estate properties in the Middle East region, Area) as compared to ~ thousand square meters the market has been suffering from an immense supply shortage, especially in the in 2005. This increase in the supply was the residential segment result of the rising demand for affordable housing units due to growing population in the MiddleEast region. In addition, the arrival of the expatriates to the region with a motive to own aproperty in the Middle East has driven the market in the recent past….Figure: Middle East Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2005-2010 16,00,000 14,00,000GLA Thousand Square Meter 12,00,000 10,00,000 8,00,000 6,00,000 4,00,000 2,00,000 - 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 23
  • 24. THE MIDDLE EAST REAL ESTATE MARKETSEGMENTATIONBY GEOGRAPHYThe real estate sector of the Middle East is dominated by Saudi Arabia with approximately ~%of the market in 2010. Although the development of the real estate sector after the globaleconomic unrest has been subdued, Saudi Arabia still maintains a positive growth and isexperiencing sustainable recovery. Unlike most of the nations in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia isblessed with the rising domestic demand for real estate properties, especially in the residentialand office segment.Similarly, the real estate market of Egypt is driven by the strong inflow of demand from thedomestic population or the traditional Egyptian population. In addition, the favorable taxationpolicies by the government have encouraged both the domestic and the non-residents to purchaseproperties in the nation….Figure 1: Middle East Real Estate Market Segmentation by UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait,Jordan, Qatar, Oman and Egypt in Percentage, 2005-2010 100% Qatar 90% 80% Kuwait 70% In Percentage (%) Oman 60% 50% UAE 40% Jordan 30% Egypt 20% 10% Saudi Arabia 0% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010, 24
  • 25. MIDDLE EAST REAL ESTATE FUTURE OUTLOOKCAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPENDENT ANDINDEPENDENT FACTORS PREVAILING IN MIDDLE EAST REALESTATE MARKETTable: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expectedindustry Prospects of Middle East Real Estate MarketIndustry Factors Market Impact CommentsIncreasing foreign tourists  Cause:  Effect:Impelling demand for affordable  Cause:housing units/ properties  Effect:Emerging demand for modern malls  Cause:  Effect:Increasing government investments  Cause:  Effect:Loss of Investors’ Confidence in  Cause:Office Premises  Effect:Declining commercial space rental  Cause:rates and prices  Effect: 25
  • 26. SAUDI ARABIA REAL ESTATE MARKET SIZE, 2007-2010BY REVENUE, 2007-2010The real estate market in Saudi Arabia has showcased a remarkable growth in 2010, primarily due to an increasing domestic demand for real The real estate market in Saudi Arabia has estate properties. In addition the arrival of showcased a remarkable growth in 2010, religious and leisure tourists and travelers to the primarily due to an increasing domestic demand for real estate properties country has driven the market in the recent past and has resulted into lower vacancy rates of theretail shopping malls and hotel rooms. On account of these prevalent market conditions, thevalue of the real estate market has increased by ~% to USD ~ million.Figure: Saudi Arabia Real Estate Market Size by Revenue in USD Million, 2007-2010 15,600 15,400 15,200USD Million 15,000 14,800 14,600 14,400 14,200 14,000 13,800 13,600 2007 2008 2009 2010 26
  • 27. EGYPT REAL ESTATE MARKET COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEEGYPT REAL ESTATE MARKET PLAYERS MARKET SHARE, 2010The real estate market in Egypt is dominated by few major players who contribute around ~% ofthe total revenue of the market in 2010. Of these, Talaat Mostafa Group Holdings (TMG) withcontribution of ~% leads the share due to the company’s successful project execution track and a strong brand name. TMG, which is one of the largest developers in Egypt, has been losing its Palm Hills Development (PHD) is the second share to emerging players such as PHD and largest player with contribution of ~% on account SODIC on account of the growing of its widespread sales network. The company’s competition in the real estate market diversified projects in the North Coast, westernand eastern Cairo has supplemented the growth of the organization in the year 2010…..Table: Egypt Real Estate Market Players’ Market Share in Percentage for the Year Ended2010Market Players 2010Talaat Mostafa Group Holding (TMG)Palm Hills Development (PHD)Nasr City Housing & DevelopmentSix of October Development and Investment Company (SODIC)Orascom Hotels & DevelopmentHeliopolis HousingUnited Housing & DevelopmentOthersTable: Egypt Real Estate Market Players’ Total Revenue in USD Million for the YearEnded 2010Market Players 2010Talaat Mostafa Group Holding (TMG)Palm Hills Development (PHD) 27
  • 28. Nasr City Housing & DevelopmentSix of October Development and Investment Company (SODIC)Orascom Hotels & DevelopmentHeliopolis HousingUnited Housing & DevelopmentMAJOR JORDAN REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS PROFILESZARA INVESTMENT HOLDINGSCOMPANY OVERVIEWZara Investment Holdings is the one the largest real estate developer in Jordan. The companydevelops and operates seven 5-star hotels with a combined supply of ~ rooms located in Amman,Dead Sea, Petra and Aqaba. The company enjoys a competitive advantage in the tourismindustry with ~% of the hotel rooms in Jordan under its ownership.The company’s hotels are managed by International Hotels Group, Hyatt International andMovenpick Hotels and Resorts. In 2010, the company has completed and inaugurated therenovated Premium Wing with ~ rooms and suites.FINANCIAL PERFORMANCEThe company with around ~% of ownership of the total hotel rooms in Jordan has earned totalrevenue of USD ~ million in 2010. In 2010, the profit increased to USD ~ million as comparedto USD ~ million in 2009. This was due to an increased number of tourism in Jordan and thedemand of 5-star and high-end and hotels developed and owned by the company. 28
  • 29. Figure2: Zara Investment Holdings Total Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2010 140.0 120.0 100.0 USD Million 80.0 60.0 40.0 20.0 0.0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010UAE REAL ESTATE MARKET SIZE, 2005-2010BY SUPPLY, 2005-2010The real estate supply in UAE in 2008 has increased to ~ thousand square meter of GLA ascompared to ~ thousand square meters in 2005. This was a period when the real estate market inUAE was booming on account of significant demand, moderate prices, adequate supply volume, influx of foreign investors and inflow of several The trajectory of growth was subdued by real estate projects in the UAE. the global economic crisis, which has led the investors to retreat from the market The trajectory of growth was subdued by the due to rising prices of real estate global economic crisis, which has led the properties and higher unemployment rate investors to retreat from the market due to rising resulting into less demand for affordable prices of real estate properties and higher residential units and unmatched demand and supply ratio unemployment rate resulting into less demand for affordable residential units and unmatcheddemand and supply ratio….. 29
  • 30. Figure: The UAE Real Estate Market Size by Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter,2005-2010 1,60,000 1,40,000GLA Thousand Square Meter 1,20,000 1,00,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 - 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010UAE REAL ESTATE MARKET FUTURE OUTLOOK….UAE REAL ESTATE MARKET FUTURE PROJECTIONS, 2011-2013The real estate market in UAE is expected to add a supply of ~ thousand square meter of GLAby 2013 on account of the rising demand for affordable residential properties, entry of emigrants,propelling tourism industry which is likely to increase the occupancy rates of the hotel real estatesegment of the market and the demand for futuristic shopping malls.RESIDENTIAL, OFFICE, RETAIL, HOTEL PROJECTED SUPPLY, 2011-2013The real estate market in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) although is facing bad time but isexpected to witness a positive demand for villas and affordable housing properties in the nearfuture. However, prices for high end villas are expected to increase in the next 1-2 years inalmost the entire emirate. The demand for office premises is expected to remain subdued in theimmediate near future which will further lower the prices of office buildings. 30
  • 31. Table: UAE Real Estate Market Projected Supply in GLA Thousand Square Meter, 2011-2013Business Segments Supply (GLA Thousand Square Meter) 2011 2012 2013Abu DhabiResidentialOfficeRetailHotelDubaiResidentialOfficeRetailHotelNorthern EmiratesResidentialOfficeRetailHotelTable: UAE Residential Real Estate Market Projected Supply in Units in Thousand, 2011-2013Cities 2011 2012 2013Abu DhabiDubaiNorthern Emirates 31
  • 32. Table: UAE Hotel Real Estate Market Projected Supply in No. of Rooms in Thousand,2011-2013Cities 2011 2012 2013Abu DhabiDubaiNorthern EmiratesKUWAIT REAL ESTATE MARKET TRANSACTIONS, 2007-2010In 2010, the market has shown a recovery by recording total transactions of ~ on account of thegovernment’s initiative to increase employment opportunities in the region and provide housingloans to the residential property buyers.Figure: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions in Units and Value in USD Million, 2007-2010 10000 12000 9000 10000 8000 Total Transactions (In Units) 7000 Value (In USD Million) 8000 6000 5000 6000 4000 4000 3000 2000 2000 1000 0 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 Transaction Volume Transaction ValueTable: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions by Residential and Commercial Market inUnits, 2007-2010Particulars 2007 2008 2009 2010ResidentialCommercial 32
  • 33. Table: Kuwait Real Estate Market Transactions by Residential and Commercial Market inUSD Million, 2007-2010Particulars 2007 2008 2009 2010ResidentialCommercialKUWAIT MACRO ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRY FACTORS:HISTORICAL AND PROJECTIONSNUMBER OF TOURISTS, 2005-2010The retail and the hotel market of a country are majorly dependent on the travelers and theinbound tourists. Similarly, the fortune of the retail and the hotel market in Kuwait is primarilydependent on the arrival of tourists. It is evident that the influx of tourists in 2010 has declinedsharply to ~ million from ~ million in 2009. This was due to the political instability and lack ofpreference for Kuwait as tourist destination.Figure: Total Number of Tourists in Million, 2005-2010 0.35 0.30 0.25 0.20In Million 0.15 0.10 0.05 0.00 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 33
  • 34. HOUSING FINANCE, 2007-2010Housing finance or housing mortgage loan is a major driver of the residential real estate market.A rise in the housing loans in 2008 showcased more demand for residential properties in thecountry. In 2010, there has been a decline in the housing loans to USD ~ million from USD ~million in 2009. This has been due to the banks’ conservative lending policies together withweak property market in the country.Figure: Housing Finance in USD Million, 2007-2010 700.0 600.0 500.0 In USD Million 400.0 300.0 200.0 100.0 0.0 2007 2008 2009 2010QATAR REAL ESTATE MARKET COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEQATAR REAL ESTATE MARKET PLAYERS MARKET SHARE FOR THEYEAR ENDED 2010The real estate sector in Qatar is fragmented amongst many large-scale and small-scale realestate developers. A major share of the real estate market is fragmented amongst non-government real estate organizations that primarily undertake private real estate developmentactivities and around ~% of the market is shared amongst several public shareholding companies 34
  • 35. of which the United Development Company has controlled around ~% of the total market in2010. The company is one of the largest developers in the country with several milestoneprojects under its belt. The real estate market of Qatar is primarily held by three major playerswho contribute around ~% to the country’s real estate market. United Development Companyleads the market with a contribution of ~%, followed by Barwa Real Estate Company with ~%and Ezdan Real Estate with ~% to the real estate market in 2010.Table: Qatar Real Estate Market Players’ Market Share in Percentage, 2010Market Players 2007 2008 2009 2010United Development CompanyBarwa Real Estate CompanyEzdan Real EstateOthersTable: Qatar Real Estate Market Players’ Revenue in USD Million, 2010Market Players 2007 2008 2009 2010United Development CompanyBarwa Real Estate CompanyEzdan Real EstateFor more information, please contact:http://ammindpower.com/report.php?A=250&T=D&S=97Or write to: info@ammindpower.com 35
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