Abu Dhabi - A Dream Home

Capital of United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and by far the largest emirate, by both size and GDP contribution. It is regarded as one of the best cities to invest, live and work in.

Boasting a healthy and stable economy, Abu Dhabi is not only the wealthiest emirate of the UAE — contributing 60% of the total economy of the UAE — but also one of the wealthiest cities in the world.

Thus, as a result of its construction projects and cultural development, Abu Dhabi is experiencing a rapidly growing job market and economy with a high GDP of $268 billion and a per capita income of $96,000.

What also sets Abu Dhabi apart is its excellent economic position that has not incurred any direct debt in over a decade.

Growing Real Estate Market
Innovation and Tech Hub

Growing Real Estate Market

The total number of transactions recorded by Abu Dhabi was 19,033 transactions worth Dhs 77.6 billion in 2022.

The emirate’s real estate sector registered 9,010 sales transactions worth Dhs 23.5 billion and 10,023 mortgage transactions worth Dhs 54.1 billion, as revealed by the Department of Transport (DMT).

Yas Island tops the list with transactions worth Dhs 4.2 billion, while Al Reem Island secured second place collecting transactions worth Dhs 3.4 billion.

With Dhs 3.1 billion, Saadiyat island comes in third, while Al Shamkha secures Dhs 2.1 billion worth of transactions. Zayed City ranks fifth with 1 billion dirhams in real estate transactions.

Real estate transaction value in Abu Dhabi increased by 8.5% year-on-year in 2022, while the number of transactions increased by 27.2% during the same period.

Innovation and Technology Hub

As the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is spearheading an ambitious innovation plan that attracts global tech professionals and entrepreneurs. Thanks to its efforts, it has been ranked as the smartest city in the Middle East in 2020.

In addition, the Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) has launched a $545 million innovation program by 2020 to support businesses in high-growth sectors including financial services, tourism and travel., AgTech, ICT, and Health & Biopharma among others.

Abu Dhabi is committed to using innovation and technology to boost its economy and enhance satisfaction for all residents and tourists.

Entertainment Hub
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Entertainment Hub

As Entertainment plays a major role in a person’s decision in buying or investing in a real estate property, a city that has good entertainment spots can increase the ROI (Return on Investment) for the property over some time.

In General Abu Dhabi has Clubs, restaurants, live music bars, theatres, and concert halls all have modern facilities and are also decorated by world-class architects. Abu Dhabi’s cinemas are as luxurious as they are and offer extra amenities like waiter service, blankets and pillows, award-winning kitchens, and more.

Capital as a Tourism Hub

Abu Dhabi International Airport is ranked the 6th best airport in the world in 2022 and is the ideal gateway to travel to the rest of the world. Not only does it provide easy access to major world markets, but it also attracts many tourists from all over the world to the city. Last year, 15.9 million passengers passed through the emirate’s five airports, three times more than the previous year. Major events – from world conferences and festivals to sports championships – are expected to attract even more visitors throughout 2023.

Tourism Hub

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