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Abu Dhabi’s new property law is set to boost growth and will lessen the impact of potential cyclical economic factors on the market, according to industry experts.

The effect of the recently implemented Regulation of Real Estate Sector in Abu Dhabi on financing and mortgage enforcement will be one of the core topics discussed at the upcoming Abu Dhabi Market Overview, which will be held on the first day of Cityscape Abu Dhabi Cityscape from April 12-14.

The forum will put a spotlight on Abu Dhabi’s economic drivers, its residential market capacity, and the impact a potential official freeze in oil output may have on the real estate sector.
Abu Dhabi Finance CEO Chris Taylor said that recent legal and economic developments in the capital will encourage best practice in the emirate’s real estate sector, with numerous factors contributing to buyers’ security, and subsequently enhancing growth.

“Increased clarity and transparency alongside centralisation of property and mortgage registration, the management of escrow accounts, and the creation of a mortgage law effectively reduces the risks involved in real estate transactions for all parties.

“Expat residents will be more likely to invest long-term in the market and non-resident customers will derive comfort from the new laws. The property law will lessen the impact of potential cyclical economic factors such as oil price movements on real estate prices creating a less volatile environment which should encourage continuous investment and growth of the sector.”

David Dudley, head of the Abu Dhabi office at JLL Mena, said that the property law would ensure higher financial security for investors.

“New regulations affecting escrow accounts, land and property registration, strata law, the licencing of real estate activity and new fees will help support a better regulated market as they will improve transparency and help protect consumers as well as investors.”

“Abu Dhabi’s new laws place greater responsibility and regulation on developers, which in turn will suppress supply growth. This will help reduce the risk of over-supply in the current period of weaker demand. However, the key will be to allow sufficient supply to come through to maintain a healthy balance between supply and demand to keep rents and prices at a competitive level.”

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