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Company eyes EGP 7bn sales by year-end
Construction work has not stopped despite Covid-19 outbreak with projects remaining on schedule, say developers
The companies have launched charitable and social initiatives to assist families affected by the outbreak and the ensuing emergency measures taken to curb its spread.
Company intends to develop property projects in coming period, enter partnerships to develop commercial and hotel projects
Both areas benefit from a variety of Government incentives, a slew of new developments, and completed milestones across projects such as New Alamein City, the New Administrative Capital, Al Rehab City, and the Fifth Settlement.
One such pioneering initiative is ‘Developer Circles from Facebook’, a programmeme designed to nurture the local developer community with workshops and hands-on experience and help them access breakthrough technologies.
The West and East Cairo regions had the highest percentage of companies investing in the commercial sector during the past year, followed by the New Administrative Capital (NAC).
Ezzat said that the proportion of commercial and administrative sales reached 40% to 50% of the sales.
Coping with international standards helps Egypt to boost its real estate exports, says Mountain View’s chairperson
Final draft of law scheduled to be submitted to cabinet within two months, says Sabbour
Real estate developers predicted that in 2019 the real estate sector will witness a state of relative stability in sales as a continuation of the last quarter of 2018. They stressed that if fuel prices rise, this will reflect a 15% increase in real estate prices during 2019. They also pointed out that despite the …
Government holds discussions with some foreign investment funds, but fears exist of decline in price of local currency, says housing minister advisor
New Cairo, coastal projects in danger; VAT increases residential units’ prices
80% of lands are not developed and the growth in the sector is just 7%, says Rooya CFO
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, giving software engineers the chance to rub shoulders with Apple’s technorati. But it looks like Siri will steal the show.
The meeting will be held for the purpose of responding to the companies’ inquiries for the development of competitive investment plans and strategies with more stability and accuracy, company chairperson Essam Nassif said
Government and developers need to cooperate in fixing the shortfall, JLL suggested
Optimism is high amongst real estate developers set to take part in fifth and largest ever edition of Cityscape Egypt