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Real Estate Prices

The real estate market saw significant momentum in the second half of August 2014 when compared both to the first half and to the preceding month. Market players believed that this recovery was a natural result, following the slowdown recorded in summer, which, in the past, used to be the most...

Contrary to the same period last year, the real estate market has maintained the modest recovery experienced in recent months. Despite the persistent conflict in Syria, the return to the wave of car bombings and the entry of Lebanon into presidential void amid poor living conditions, the sector did...

A rosy summer may be awaiting the Lebanese real estate market following the increase in transactions recorded in May 2014 and the preceding month. The real reasons behind this recovery remain uncertain: they may be attributed to the state of passivity that had been lingering for a while and also to...

Active transactions marked the real estate market in April 2014 compared to the preceding months and the last two years. Transactions rose by 15% to 20% compared to March, which had also seen significant momentum. This recovery may be attributed to several causes:

Although still far from the level needed to revive the market and bring it out of stagnation and passivity, the real estate market continued to register modest momentum in March 2013, an activity pretty much equal to the one registered in February. The largest share of demand was mostly due to the...

The slow momentum recorded in the real estate market in the past couple of months maintained its pace in April 2013. Although considered a positive parameter, the rise of demand on property remains below expectations. Now with the market adapting to the prevailing status quo in Lebanon and Syria,...

Contrary to the hopes of market players, the real estate momentum proved lower than expected at the beginning of the summer season. In fact, the activity was even slower than that recorded in May, influenced chiefly by the Syrian conflict and the political unrest and the security situation in...

The real estate in July 2013 featured a state of sluggishness never seen before since the beginning of the year. The high prices and the scarcity of land put up for sale translated into a total absence of sale transactions in Beirut. No price fluctuations were recorded and the prices maintained...

The real estate transactions in August 2013 featured a state of stagnation, characterized by limited land sales. The momentum in the selling and buying of apartments failed to live up to the expectations that had been projected for the summer. Those poised to repay bank loans or close their real...