Dubai, UAE—-Dubai real estate market recorded deals worth AED1.5 billion ($408 million) on Monday, Dubai Land Department said.
The deals included 515 sales transactions worth AED1.44 billion and 19 gift deals amounting to AED137.87 million.
The sales included 483 villas and apartments worth AED1.14 billion, and 32 land plots worth AED299.29 million.
Emirate’s AI embrace
Dubai’s real estate sector is embracing the latest technologies to develop the industry and make it more accessible and convenient for the clients.
AI algorithms have made it possible for real estate agents to find more qualified leads and make more sales. Further, AI can aid investors in deciding when it is best to make a purchase or sell an asset.
Real estate investors and brokers are becoming more confident in Dubai as the city’s many innovative systems keep tabs on the city’s skyscrapers and the units available for housing and renting.
The swift recovery from the effects of Covid-19 is expected to contribute to a rise in demand for luxury real estate units in the UAE by more than 30 percent at the beginning of 2023 compared to 2022.
The UAE real estate market will still require new projects to focus on innovation and sustainability, but with more diverse standards commensurate with different categories, growth of opportunities, and the high pace of demand during the following year, given the rising inflation rates and the effects of global geopolitical events on the Arab Gulf states.
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