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The Residential Real Estate Market in Qatar is segmented by Type (Condominiums, Villas, and Other Types), Key Cities, and Other Urban, Suburban, and Rural Markets.
2016 - 2026
The report provides key insights into the Qatari residential real estate market. It includes technological developments, trends, and initiatives taken by the government in the residential real estate sector. Also, the report offers an understanding of the key trends in the market, like factors driving the market, restraints to market growth, and opportunities for the market. Additionally, the competitive landscape of the residential real estate market of Qatar is depicted through the profiles of the key players in the market.
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|Umm Salal Muhammad|
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There has been rapid growth in the range of towers, malls, gated communities, and luxury villas in the market. In June 2019, towers 6 and 7 were opened in the Viva Bahriya district. Moreover, towers 13 and 14 (Viva Bahriya) and tower 21 (Porto Arabia) were expected to open in 2020.
Around 1,700 apartments and villas were added in Q2 2019, bringing the total stock to 294,700 units by the end of the quarter. The supply of apartments comprised 1,500 units from the delivered projects in The Pearl, Lusail, Fereej Bin Mahmoud, Old Ghanim, Fereej Abdul Aziz, Musheireb, and Al Dafna. In addition, the completion of villas and compounds in Al Kheesa, Al Wajba, Umm Salal Ali and The Pearl added 200 new properties to the existing stock.
In Abraj Quartier, five residential towers are about to complete delivering more than 2,000 units in total. The residents are also attracted to Lusail’s Marina District, as it plans to open the first tower, which may, in turn, favor the growth of the market in the coming years.
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Since the rents stabilized in Qatar after 2015, there has been an increase in leasing activities. Villa compounds are witnessing strong occupancy rates in prime locations. Rental activities in The Pearl-Qatar and Lusail have increased, thus, leading to various developments in the area. The Pearl-Qatar area is expected to have a large supply of one-bedroom units, thus, widening the gap between one-bedroom and larger bedroom units.
A rent-free period of up to 3 months was common in Al Wakrah, Lusail, and Doha in the areas of Al Sadd, The Pearl, Mushiereb, New Doha, etc. The rental level in Lusail is expected to increase over the next 12 months, as more residents re-locate to the new city and additional amenities are being delivered.
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There is a huge competition between the residential real estate companies in Qatar. The market is dominated by a few players. The sales proportion of residential real estate properties through online channels has consistently grown, owing to the rising internet penetration, growing demand, increasing personal disposable incomes, surging middle-class youth population, and opportunities offered by government infrastructure investments.
Foreign investment in Qatar’s residential real estate market is estimated to increase in the coming years, as non-Qataris may invest in selected real estate projects, such as the West Bay Lagoon and The Pearl. Major real estate players in the market are Barwa Real Estate Company, Ezdan Holdings, United Development Company, and Mazaya Qatar.
1.1 Study Assumptions
1.2 Scope of the Study
2. Research Methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Insights
4.1 Current Economic Scenario and Consumer Sentiment
4.2 Residential Real Estate Buying Trends - Socioeconomic and Demographic Insights
4.3 Government Initiatives and Regulatory Aspects Pertaining to the Residential Real Estate Sector
4.4 Insights into the Size of Real Estate Lending and Loan-to-value Trends
4.5 Insights into the Interest Rates for the General Economy and Real Estate Lending
4.6 Insights into the Rental Yields in the Residential Real Estate Sector
4.7 Insights into the Capital Market Penetration and REIT Presence in the Residential Real Estate Sector
4.8 Insights into the Support Provided by the Government and Public-Private Partnerships for Affordable Housing
4.9 Insights into the Tech and Startups Active in the Real Estate Sector (Broking, Social Media, Facility Management, and Property Management)
4.10 Market Dynamics
5. Market Segmentation
5.1 By Type
5.1.3 Other Types
5.2 By Key Cities
5.2.2 Al Wakrah
5.2.3 Al Rayyan
5.2.4 Umm Salal Muhammad
6. Competitve Landscape
6.1 Market Concentration
6.2 Company Profiles
6.2.1 Al Mana Real Estate
6.2.2 United Development Company
6.2.3 Qatari Diar Real Estate Company
6.2.4 Ezdan Holding Group
6.2.5 Barwa Real Estate Group
6.2.6 Hantawi Group
6.2.7 Sahara Group
6.2.8 Retaj Real Estate
6.2.9 Al Asmakh Real Estate
6.2.10 MD Properties
6.2.11 Al Mal Holdings
6.2.12 Colliers International
7. Future of the Market and Analyst Recommendations
8. Investment Analysis of the Market
10. About us
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