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  • 1. YOUR GATE WAY TO DUBAI
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • Economic Development
    • Social Development
    • Infrastructure, Land & Development
    • Security, Justice and Safety
    • Government Excellence
  • 4.
    • Staggering GDP increase of 263% from 1990 to 2003
    • Continues to grow by 11% annually
    • More than 80% expatriate population
    • Population is estimated at 1.5 million people
    • Expanding at around 7.5% per year.
    • Annual air passenger growth rate of 16%
    • Projected number of tourists by 2010 is 15 million
  • 5. Source: IMF World Economic Outlook; Econstats; Ministry of Economy DUBAI (13%) QATAR (7%) BAHRAIN (5%) KUWAIT (4%) SAUDI ARABIA (3%) OMAN (3%)
  • 6. Source: IMF World Economic Outlook; Econstats; Ministry of Economy DUBAI (13%) CHINA (9%) INDIA (6%) IRELAND (5%) SINGAPORE (4%) US (3%)
  • 7.
    • 50% of the world's largest construction cranes in Dubai
    • 30% of the world’s regular cranes working in Dubai
    • Projects worth over US$100 billion.
    • A figure equal to all foreign investment in the US in 2005
    • Twice that of China, the world's third largest economy
    • 139 of the global MNCs in Dubai (9 of the top 10 are here)
    • Halliburton to shift global headquarters to Dubai 
    • 3 rd largest import and re-export centre in the world
  • 8.
    • 120 Shipping lines operate through Dubai
    • 100 international airlines serve Dubai
    • 200 Nationalities reside and work in Dubai
    • Per Capita income of US$ 25,000
    • UAE GDP to rise to US$ 178 Billion in 2007
    • 28.7 Million passengers served in 2006
    • 33 Million estimated to travel in 2007
    • 6.5 Million guests serviced by 414 hotels in 2006
  • 9.
    • Dubai has emerged as the Middle East’s leading trading hub. Dubai is now the region’s major venue for international events and businesses:
    • Meetings, conferences, exhibitions
    • Tourism (world class hotels, leisure and entertainment)
    • Corporate regional headquarters
    • Regional transport, distribution and logistics center
    • Banking, finance and insurance
    • Business and industrial consulting
    • Information and Communications Technology
    • Light and medium manufacturing
    • World class sporting events
  • 10.
    • US$17 billion in domestic imports annually
    • Gateway to a US$150 billion, 1.4 billion population regional market
    • Dubai's imports have more than doubled since 1989
    • Accessible market - served by 170 shipping lines and 100 airlines
    • US$ 12.5 Billion State-of-the-art metro system being built
  • 11.
    • Free enterprise system.
    • Highly developed transport infrastructure.
    • State-of-the-art telecommunications.
    • Sophisticated financial and services sector.
    • Top international exhibition and conference venue.
    • High quality office and residential accommodation.
    • Reliable power, utilities etc.
    • First class hotels, hospitals, schools, shopping malls
    • Cosmopolitan lifestyle.
  • 12.
    • Over seas companies setting up in Dubai can secure cost advantages not generally available internationally. Among the reasons are:
    • No corporate taxes. 
    • No income taxes.
    • No foreign exchange controls.
    • No trade barriers.
    • Competitive import duties (4% with many exemptions).
    • Competitive labor costs.
    • Competitive energy costs.
    • Competitive real estate costs.
  • 13.
    • 100% foreign ownership
    • 100% exemption from all import duties
    • 100% repatriation of capital and profits
    • Freedom from corporate taxation, as applied in Dubai
    • Added bonus of a renewable 15 year guarantee
    • Abundant inexpensive energy
    • High level administrative support from free zone authorities
    • Fast Track business startups - 20 minutes guaranteed!
  • 14.
    • The Palm Islands ….. 8th Wonder of the World
    • Set to increase the Dubai Coastline by 120kms
    • ‘ The World’…… 300 islands ….. Will resemble a world map
    • A Giorgio Armani Hotel and a Palazzo Versace hotel coming up
  • 15. The world’s biggest playground!
  • 16.
    • 3 billion sqft. of world class entertainment 
    • AED 235 billion investment
    • 45 mega projects
    • 15 million visitors annually (40,000 daily)
    • 55 hotels and serviced apartments
    • 2.5 million resident population
    • 300,000 jobs at Dubailand
  • 17.
    • World's largest passenger and cargo hub
    • Ten times larger than DIA and DCV combined.
    • Annual cargo capacity of 12 million tons
    • Three times that of Memphis, today's largest cargo hub
    • Passenger capacity of more than 120 million
    • 50% more than Atlanta, the world's busiest airport.
    • Next-generation aircraft, including the A380
    • Four aircraft will be able to land simultaneously
  • 18.
    • 6 parallel runways, 4.5km in length
    • 3 passenger terminals (2 luxury, 1 low cost)
    • Multiple concourses
    • 16 cargo terminals with a 12 million ton capacity
    • Executive and Royal Jet centers
    • Hotels and shopping malls
    • The region's hub for A, B and C Checks on all aircraft
    • Region’s maintenance hub for the A380 super jumbo
    • 100,000 parking spaces for airport staff and passengers
    • High speed express rail link between airports
    • Served by Dubai Metro
    • Dedicated Dubai World Central light railway
  • 19.
    • World's first fully integrated logistics platform
    • Serves every transport mode and logistics need
    • Manufacturing and assembly (single-bond, free zone)
    • Strategically located on the apron of the DWC Airport
    • Adjacent to Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone.
    • Labour Village set in landscaped surroundings
    • Sports, leisure, restaurants, shops and service centers
    • Apartment, floor/block basis housing leases available
  • 20.
    • Dubai World Central's business and financial hub.
    • More than 850 towers
    • Expected to employ around 130,000 people.
    • 25 hotels (broad range of classification)
    • Super deluxe homes and a cluster of luxury villas
  • 21.
    • Manufacturing sectors (advanced materials technology)
    • Research institutes, alternative technologies
    • Office complexes, conference venues and pavilions
    • Science Park with its own specialized university
    • Projected 3,000 - 4,000 student population
  • 22.
    • Development in three phases
    • 250,000 people are expected to live in Residential City
    • 20,000 people are expected to work there
    • Complete range of civic amenities
    • Served by the Dubai Metro
    • Integrated road network.
    • 3 five-star, four-star and three-star properties
    • Shopping Mall
  • 23.
    • Two 18-hole golf courses
    • Traditional desert links style
    • Lush tropical resort style
    • Driving ranges and putting greens
    • Luxury clubhouse with restaurants and a Pro shop.
    • Up to 2,500 freehold homes (Luxury villas)
    • High-end boutique hotel complete with a spa resort
  • 24. 2000: Government announces foreign freehold ownership 2000: EMAAR, Nakheel, Dubai Properties launched 2001: Dubai Marina, Palm islands set the trend 2001: Off Plan Selling becomes the Dubai industry model 2002: DIFC, Business Bay, Dubailand projects announced 2002: Investors attracted to the high returns market
  • 25. 2002: Private developers (including DAMAC) emerge 2002: Investor driven aggressive market develops 2003: Construction boom begins with Dubai Marina 2003: Real estate prices soar for the next 4 years 2003: Rentals show steep rise fuelling end-user interest 2005: Infrastructure in Dubai struggles to cope
  • 26. 2005: Delays as completion deadlines get missed 2005: Government introduces 15% rental increase cap 2006: Rental cap lowered to 7% every 2 years 2006: New market segment (Middle income) emerges 2006: Secondary market emerges as units complete 2006: Government introduces Property Law in Dubai
  • 27. 2007: ESCROW Law introduced to boost confidence 2007: RERA established to regulate the real estate market 2007: Broker’s Law makes Agent listing mandatory 2007: Cityscape 2007 announces US$ 1 Trillion in projects 2007: US$ 400 Billion market emerges for Dubai
  • 28. Maturing Property Market Excelent Returns Reduced number of new launches Increasing secondary market activity Improved & Solid legal framework Source: EFG Hermes Report, September 24, 2007
  • 29. Source: EFG Hermes Report, September 24, 2007 Only locals allowed to own property Very few non national buyers, low demand Low levels of supply Stability in a relatively small market Opening of market to non GCC nationals leads to frenzy Demand outstripping supply Supply begins to be built The highest observed price increases in 2003-07 Legal improvements clarify grey areas and improve confidence in freehold ownership Pattern of demand changing but demand remains strong Handover of supply occurring at slower than expected rate Massive appreciation in low end price brackets observed Pre-Freehold Property Boom Market Maturing
  • 30. Source: EFG Hermes Report, September 24, 2007 Residential
  • 31. Sources: Better Homes Commercial Review, Colliers and EFG Hermes Commercial
  • 32.  
  • 33. MARINA TERRACE THE WAVES OCEAN HEIGHTS DAMAC HEIGHTS 55% 44% 25% Not yet released RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 34. LA RESIDENCE LA RESIDENCE 2 XL TOWERS BUSINESS TOWER 26% 24% 40% 40% EXECUTIVE BAY 32% 5 Months RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 35. CAPITAL BAY PARK CENTRAL BUSINESS CENTRAL THE CORNER 26% 31% 47% 27% WATER’S EDGE 9% (2 Months) 5 Months 4 Months 3 Months 3 Months RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 36. THE CRESCENT LAGO VISTA LAKESIDE 29% 34% 44% 6 Mths RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 37. LAKE TERRACE LAKE VIEW 53% 53% RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 38. EMIRATES GARDENS 1 EMIRATES GARDENS 2 36% 34% TUSCAN RESIDENCE 34% RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 39. LINCOLN PARK MANHATTAN & AUSTIN 53% 53% RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 40. PARK TOWERS THE HEIGHTS BUSINESS HEIGHTS 25% 28% 28% RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
  • 41. MARINA TERRACE Oct. 2002 THE WAVES Dec. 2002 OCEAN HEIGHTS Oct. 2004 DAMAC HEIGHTS Jun. 2007
  • 42. PALM TERRACE Apr. 2003 PALM SPRINGS Nov. 2003 SUBURBIA Sep. 2007
  • 43. LAKE TERRACE May. 2003 LAKE VIEW Jan. 2004 SMART HEIGHTS Mar. 2006
  • 44. THE CRESCENT Jan. 2005 LAGO VISTA Jul. 2005 LAKESIDE Mar. 2007
  • 45. TUSCAN RESIDENCES Sep. 2006 EMIRATES GARDENS Dec. 2005 May 2006 TERRA DEL SOL Nov. 2004
  • 46. BUSINESS TOWER May 2006 BUSINESS CENTRAL Jun. 2007 BURJSIDE BOULEVARD Jun. 2007
  • 47. LA RESIDENCE @ THE LOTUS Nov. 2006 EXECUTIVE BAY Apr. 2007 CAPITAL BAY Apr. 2007
  • 48. WATER’S EDGE Jul. 2007 THE CORNER Jun. 2007 PARK CENTRAL May 2007
  • 49. HAZ TOWER Jun. 2007 XL TOWERS Mar. 2006
  • 50. LINCOLN PARK Jul. 2007 WESTSIDE AT LINCOLN PARK Jul. 2007
  • 51.  
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  • 53. Shaping tomorrow’s Skyline Will Shape tomorrow’s Skyline Your Property Investment
  • 54. Live the Luxury