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  • Non-traditional Commercial Real Estate
    Over the past few years, an alternate REIT segment has emerged, comprised of owners of income-producing real estate such as timber, data centers, document storage facilities, cell towers, prisons, and billboards. This paper discusses this new segment leveraging the REIT structure and the key strategic and tactical conversion priorities for an REIT conversion.
  • 2014 Commercial Real Estate Outlook
    Business transformation is key.
  • Saudi mortgage laws
    In order to arrive at a well-functioning mortgage system, laws and regulations governing this industry should provide stakeholders, in particular banks (lenders) and households (borrowers), with a reasonable degree of comfort and confidence in the system. Within this brief paper, we highlight the potential concerns of these stakeholders, and provide our own observations in relation to these concerns.
  • The GCC Powers of Construction 2013
    This is the fourth publication and the only one of its kind amongst the Financial Services industry in the Middle East. With 2013 forecasted to be a year of optimism and opportunity, all eyes are back on regional governments and how they propose to manage their spending.
  • Expectations & market realities in real estate 2012
    Developed along with the Real Estate Research Corporation and Real Capital Analytics, this publication looks across economic conditions and risks, the capital markets, the property markets, and the future outlook.
  • Living in Saudi Arabia
    Will the Saudi Government’s recent announcement to fund the construction of 500,000 new housing units solve the issue of low-income housing demand in the Kingdom? We examine the issues and the challenges faced by those seeking a roof above their heads.
  • A balancing act: a look at the property markets in the GCC
    A rate of over-supply in the property market can be beneficial. But how much is too much? And what are the effects of too much available property on the market?
  • The GCC Powers of Construction 2012
    This year’s edition contains a plethora of articles tackling numerous imminent issues pertaining to the construction industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
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