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Real estate

Building for future success

Real estate today is a hard market to read. Investors are looking to property to deliver the high returns they once achieved from equities – but widespread economic uncertainty means tenant demand for office space is spasmodic and residential development uneven.

In this market, expert advice can help you avoid the dangers and identify new and rewarding opportunities, whether you are an investment fund, a property company or a business with substantial property assets. Our Real Estate group in the Middle East brings together some of the most experienced advisors in the sector with a range and depth of expertise and practical experience that few can rival.

As well as local expertise and knowledge, Deloitte is backed globally by a wide range of specialists, from corporate financiers experienced in transactions development and support, advisers on PFI, direct tax and indirect tax to assurance and advisory specialists. From this substantial resource, we build multi-faceted teams to deliver precisely the skills and knowledge that you require. You can rely on a genuinely integrated service tailored to your specific needs.

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