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Real Estate Prices

The stagnation that marked the real estate sector in August continued in September, with the buying and selling transactions covering a limited number of apartments and properties. Contrary to the previous market trends which predicted an increase in prices, September featured significant price...

Lebanon’s real estate market picked up slightly in January 2013, compared to the trend that had prevailed in the previous month. The housing market made evident progress with more sales involving apartments between USD 250 000 and USD 750 000. Less momentum was registered in property transactions...

In comparison with the preceding months, the real estate market saw a marked recovery in March 2014. Sales rose by approximately 7% to 10%, reportedly due to the formation of the government after more than 10 months of impasse. However modest, this percentage still constitutes both a positive and...

Against the backdrop of the political and security turmoil plaguing Lebanon, Syria and the region at large, a state of stagnation continues in the real estate market in Lebanon. Several construction projects, both residential and commercial, have been cancelled or put on hold, resulting in a sharp...

The real estate market began the New Year with a modest increase in the number of transactions. Despite this, the general trend continues to exhibit sluggishness and a relative stability in prices. A slight increase (3% to 5%) has been recorded in the prices of apartments below USD 500 000 against...

Quasi passivity in transactions, stability in the prices of properties below USD 750,000, downward movement in the prices of real estate above USD 750,000 and ambiguous future prospects for the sector. This is the general picture of the real estate market in November 2013, a picture that did not...

Significant momentum marked the Lebanese real estate market in February, compared to the past few months. Although the activity remains slower than expected, it might be the first step towards ridding the market from the state of stagnation that’s been dominating recently. According to real...

The year 2013 was branded as the year of correction in Lebanon’s real estate market. After years of steep and unprecedented price increases, the sector recorded relative stability in prices with slight occasional decline. It seems that the features observed in the first two months of 2014...

The state of the real estate industry in December 2013 showed similar trends to those featured in the market throughout the year: passivity, stability in prices and scarcity of available land for sale in Beirut and its vicinity.

The modest activity that marked the real estate market in the past few months has gone downhill in May 2013. Real estate experts attributed the staggering passivity to the armed clashes raging in Tripoli and the spillovers of the Syrian conflict into Lebanon.