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The Past and Present Capitals of Kazakhstan

Nov 12, 2019 @ 06:28 AM / by Rose Allen

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During my recent survey, I visited a number of cities in Kazakhstan, including Almaty, the country’s largest city and former capital, and Nur-Sultan, the capital since 1997 and known as Astana until March 2019. Nur-Sultan was a city planned under the direction of former president Nursultan Nazarbayev and was once called “the space station in the steppes” by the Guardian newspaper.

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Increased Vacancies and Falling Rents in Abu Dhabi and Dubai!

Apr 30, 2019 @ 04:20 PM / by Rose Allen

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Rents dropped in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, where housing supply continues to exceed demand. New construction continues, with thousands of new units expected to enter both markets in the near future.

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Housing Market Snapshot: Supply outpacing demand in Doha, Qatar

Apr 21, 2019 @ 07:43 PM / by Rose Allen

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With housing supply exceeding demand and the number of incoming expatriates dropping, Doha’s rental market declined over the past year. New construction of housing units continues across Doha, especially in Lusail City, where expats with reduced budgets can find better properties at lower costs.

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Georgetown, Guyana: A Top Global Energy Frontier?

Nov 05, 2018 @ 12:11 PM / by Rose Allen

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During our recent survey quarter, I traveled to Georgetown, Guyana. Flying over Guyana I was struck by its rural feel and dense forests. From the air, it looked like the most untouched land I’d ever seen, and I later learned that roughly 80% of Guyana is rainforest. Over the last few years, Guyana has captured global attention due to the discovery of vast oil deposits off the country’s coast.

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Housing in Brazil: A surge of new construction impacting vacancy rates, prices

Oct 09, 2018 @ 01:10 PM / by Rose Allen

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Demand has not kept up with the surge of new construction in Brazil. This gap has led to higher vacancy rates and lower or more negotiable rents. Landlords with vacant units are still responsible for expensive maintenance fees and IPTU taxes, and some may be willing to lower the rent to secure a tenant.

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