UAE, a nation with 2 of the most RESILIENT cities for Real Estate

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Abu Dhabi and Dubai are the most resilient cities in the Middle East, according to a new research by Savills and it will retain that ranking till 2028.

Abu Dhabi is currently rated 22nd most resilient city globally according to The Resilient Cities Index by the global real estate advisor that examined both cities’ ability to withstand or embrace the technological, demographic, and leadership disruption facing global real estate today and in 10 years’ time.

“For real estate investors, our Resilient Cities Index shows that the long-established global cities will withstand much in the next decade, which is why they’ve seen high levels of investment as they are perceived as ‘safe havens’ for capital,”

Simon Hope, head of global capital markets at Savills.

Investors looking for long-term returns would find growth in Middle Eastern, Indian, and tier-two Chinese cities, Savills explained, as their markets are “likely to grow in the face of global disruption” in the coming decade, but remain relatively untapped at present.

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