Forum immobilier à Dubai (photos)

dubai-forum-immobilierNous voilà de retour au Cityscape Global version 2016 avec de nouvelles photos et de nouveaux projets. L’immobilier a sens assez particulier aux Emirats Arabes Unis puisque les Emirats ne sont pas imposables.
Aucunes taxes sur l’immobilier dans ce pays, donc vous pouvez vendre et conserver l’intégralite de votre plus-value sans en reverser quoi que ce soit à l’ état émirien. D’où ces nombreux investisseurs étrangers qui se ruent à ce forum de l’immobilier à Dubai. Découvrez les photos.

Visitors take a closer look at the Jumeirah Central project by Dubai Holding.

Visitors look at the model of the Expo 2020 site at the Cityscape Global.

Above, visitors at the stand of Nakheel, which is showcasing the Palm 360 project on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah.

Above, a scale model of the Falconcity of Wonders project.

Visitors take a closer look at one of Damac’s residential projects.

Above, a mock up of the Dubai Creek Harbour development by Emaar.

Above, the Palm Jumeirah mock up by Nakheel.

Above, a scale version of Jumeirah Central.

The Dubai Land Department stand at Cityscape Global 2016.

Above, visitors to the Falconcity of Wonders stand.


Above, a model of the SeaPearl project in Istanbul. Its first phase is scheduled for completion next year.

Above, Emaar’s Downtown Dubai scheme being showcased at Cityscape Global.

Above, a model of the Fairmont La Marina Rabat, being jointly developed by Eagle Hills and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.

Above, visitors to the Heart of Europe project by Kleindienst Group


Above, the stand of Al Murjan Island being developed in Ras Al Khaimah

Visitors take a look at a scale model of the 10-year old Bahrain Bay project .

Visitors look at the model of Falconcity of Wonders.

Above, visitors at the Saraya Aqaba project of Eagle Hills.

Above, a model of Dubai South development.

Above, a model of the Aykon City project by Damac