Dubai is one of the seven Emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates and over the past four decades Dubai has undergone radical transformations and has developed in a way the world has never seen. The country, who’s oil revenues despite common illusion are a mere 6% of the economy, yet it has a well diversified economy based on international trade, banking and finance, information and communication technology, tourism and real estate.
A cultural and economic bridge between the East and West, Dubai is the fastest growing city in the Middle East. Its advanced infrastructure, business freedom, multi lingual human capital and easy access to Europe and Asia have enabled it to attract considerable investments.
Home to over 200 different nationalities, Dubai is one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. In 2014, Dubai welcomed over 13.2 million tourists, a number that is expected to reach 20 million by 2020. Already one of the world’s most-visited urban destinations, with landmark architecture, world-class touristic offerings and a safe and welcoming environment, participants and visitors are guaranteed a truly remarkable experience.
Consequently, Dubai has turned out to be a hub of private real estate investments with many iconic projects like Dubai Marina, The Palm Islands, The World Islands and Burj Khalifa and Downtown to name but a few. Added to this, the weather, the freedom of tax, liberal immigration laws and near to perfect infrastructure, all make Dubai a very attractive place for property investors.
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