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Shortage in Dubai Property Supply Mitigates Downside Risks Amid Diversification Plans
一月 27, 2024
Shortage in Dubai Property Supply Mitigates Downside Risks Amid Diversification Plans 迪拜
By   Internet
  • 城市報
  • Dubai property
  • Dubai property market
  • housing market changes
  • property supply
Abstract: In the coming years, Dubai property prices may decline, but supply shortages and diversification plans are expected to prevent a severe economic downturn. Analysts believe Dubai is better prepared and less likely to experience a significant economic recession compared to past real estate crises.

In recent years, Dubai's property market was one of the hottest, attracting numerous foreign investors. However, recent data suggests a slowdown in Dubai's property market. Despite implementing diversification plans, real estate remains a vital part of the city's economy.


In recent years, Dubai attracted significant foreign investments from countries like China and Russia. However, as these inflows diminish, Dubai's property market is undergoing a transformation. The head of consulting firm Proven Partners noted, "Dubai is susceptible to correction due to its reliance on foreign capital, especially from China and Russia."


Additionally, unpredictable global interest rate policies and the regional spread of conflicts like the Israel-Hamas war may impact Dubai's economy. However, despite these risks, Dubai continues to attract substantial foreign investors, and supply shortages are expected to sustain demand.

Shortage in Dubai Property Supply Mitigates Downside Risks Amid Diversification Plans

According to research by Knight Frank, Dubai is set to sell 431 homes priced over $10 million in 2023, nearly double the previous year, making it the world's largest market of its kind. However, this does not imply growth across all areas.


Knight Frank's data indicates that prices in three "prime" residential areas in Dubai – Palm Jumeirah, Emirates Hills, and Jumeirah Bay Island – rose by 15.9% in the year to September 2023 and are expected to increase by 5% in 2024. Prices in non-luxury areas rose by 19% and are projected to grow by 3.5% in 2024.


Some experts anticipate a decline in prices in the coming years as supply exceeds demand, especially in the luxury market. However, according to forecasts by JLL's Head of Strategic Consulting for the Middle East and Africa, supply is expected to outstrip demand to some extent in the next two to three years, particularly in luxury sectors, leading to a natural slowdown. However, supply shortages and diversification plans are expected to prevent a severe economic downturn.


While Dubai faces some risks, the situation is deemed different from the 2008 real estate collapse. Analysts believe the market has learned from past experiences and is better prepared, making a severe economic recession less likely. Some insiders suggest that the greatest threat to Dubai's real estate sector comes from unexpected spikes in inflation and unpredictable global interest rate policies.

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