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The strong and resilient property market in Dubai demands professionalism, knowledge, and commitment. At D&B Properties, we have proven track record of excelling in all of them. Over the years, we have been catering to this rapidly growing property market by capturing opportunities efficiently.
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One of the top real estate companies in Dubai, D&B Properties has expanded its expertise over off-plan and ready sales, commercial and residential leasing, property management, and holiday homes over the years.
Who we are
Established in 2015, D&B Properties is one of the leading real estate agents in Dubai. We have a committed team of professional, multilingual agents who are experts in Dubai’s property market. We service local and international clients for their property requirements. And we boast of a strong foundation required to withstand the ups and downs of any market conditions. Our backbone is an empowered and motivated workforce that has up-to-date knowledge and in-depth experience of industry trends.More
Top-Performing Real Estate Company in Dubai
Over the years, we have witnessed the remarkable pace at which the real estate market in Dubai is growing. As a result, we put earnest efforts on maintaining fruitful relationships with our clients and developers. Our tailored solutions span all aspects of real estate dealings in Dubai. They include off-plan and ready sales, secondary market, leasing and rentals, commercial properties, property management, and holiday homes.
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A selfie with Burj Khalifa!
The New Year is almost here and we are all excited to welcome 2020. Meanwhile, there are more reasons to be happy, one of which is Burj Khalifa. The tallest structure in the world is set to turn 10 in 2020.
On this wonderful occasion, how about winning amazing prizes to kick start your New Year? Here’s how you can be part of the big celebration. All you need to do is visit Burj Khalifa on New Year’s Eve and click an amazing selfie with the fireworks.
Here’s what you need to keep in mind:
- The selfie should be taken on 31 December 2019.
- The photograph should be clear, with the fireworks visible in the background.
- You should post the selfie on your social media page with two hashtags – #BurjKhalifaSelfie and #DandBProperties.
- Ensure that you “Like” and “Share” our official page as well.
- We will be accepting entries till 4 January 2020.
Vice President and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid has announced a three-year fiscal plan for UAE. This is for the first time such a decision is being made. In the Government’s budget for 2020-22, total expenditures would reach Dh196 billion (US$53 billion) until 2022. This is an attempt to boost the overall economy of the emirates, with Dh66.4bn earmarked for spending. It is the highest amount the emirate has ever budgeted for, The National reports.
According to the Dubai Media Office, the focus will be on sectors including social services, health, education, and housing. Department of Finance Director General Abdulrahman Al Saleh has said this comes as part of “supporting the Dubai Plan 2021 and the Expo 2020 Dubai, as well as moving forward in support of the emirate’s macro economy”.
The Dh66.4bn expenditure for the next fiscal year is higher than Dh56.8bn allocated in 2019. It had a specific allocation of Dh9.2bn for Dubai Expo 2020 infrastructure projects.
Spending on construction projects will account for 12 per cent of government expenditure and includes sums for the continued development of Expo 2020 infrastructure, which will remain in place to serve the emirate’s broader economy once the event is over.
The government is also setting aside Dh8bn to develop more infrastructure projects in Dubai and prepare for future commitments as it plans to implement its 2015 Public-Private Partnership law and devise project financing mechanisms for long-term projects.
According to The National, the Government has allocated 12% of the total spending for construction and infrastructure development. The Government has also set aside Dh8 billion to develop more infrastructure projects in Dubai. The initiatives will help prepare for future commitments as it plans to implement its 2015 Public-Private Partnership law. It will also aid in devising project financing mechanisms for long-term projects.