Dubai’s real estate market has long been a hub for investors seeking high
returns on their investments. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, the
market has continued to show resilience and strength. Over the past month,
Dubai’s real estate market has been performing well, with increased activity in
both the residential and commercial sectors.
According to the latest data from the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA),
Dubai’s real estate market recorded 3,787 sales transactions worth AED 7.43
billion ($2.02 billion) in March 2023. This represents a 30% increase in the
number of transactions and a 22% increase in the value of transactions
compared to the previous month.
Dubai’s real estate market is known for its luxury offerings and exclusive
projects, and Blue Waters Island is no exception. Blue Waters Island is a man-made island off the coast of Dubai, located next to the iconic Jumeirah Beach
Residence (JBR) area. The island boasts a prime location, world-class
amenities, and stunning waterfront views.
Over the past month, the real estate market on Blue Waters Island has shown
robust performance, with a strong demand for both sales and rentals. According
to RERA, Blue Waters Island recorded 18 sales transactions worth AED 125
million ($34 million) in March 2023, a 157% increase compared to the previous
The increase in demand for properties on Blue Waters Island is driven by
several factors. Firstly, the island’s prime location provides easy access to some
of Dubai’s most popular attractions, including The Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa,
and Dubai Marina. Secondly, the island offers a unique lifestyle experience,
with its mix of retail, hospitality, and entertainment options.
Furthermore, Dubai’s real estate market is known for its investor-friendly
policies, making it an attractive destination for investors looking to build their
real estate assets. Dubai offers several advantages to investors, including no
property taxes, no restrictions on foreign ownership, and a streamlined
In addition, the government has introduced several initiatives and incentives to
support the real estate market, including the Dubai Land Department’s (DLD)
Smart Valuation initiative, which provides accurate and reliable real estate
valuations. The DLD has also introduced a rent-to-own scheme, which allows
tenants to convert their rental payments into equity toward the purchase of
Dubai’s real estate market is set to benefit further from the upcoming Expo
2023, which is expected to attract millions of visitors from around the world.
The Expo is expected to generate significant demand for real estate properties,
particularly in areas such as Blue Waters Island, which is in close proximity to
the Expo site.
The increase in demand for properties on Blue Waters Island has also increased
rental rates. RERA reported a total of 63 rental transactions on Blue Waters
Island in March 2023, with an average rental rate of AED 25,222 ($6,865) per
month, up from AED 22,444 ($6,107) in February 2023.
The strong performance of Dubai’s real estate market is a testament to the
resilience and adaptability of the market, despite the challenges posed by the
pandemic. The government’s initiatives and incentives, along with the Expo
2023, are expected to further boost the market and attract more investors to the
In conclusion, Dubai’s real estate market has been performing well over the past
month, with Blue Waters Island showing strong growth and demand. Dubai’s
investor-friendly policies and the upcoming Expo 2023 make it an attractive
destination for investors looking to build their real estate assets