Monthly Report | Dubai Real Estate Market – Residential | October 2023
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Dubai's real estate market witnessed a significant surge in the 47th week, recording a remarkable 32% increase in residential transactions, totalling 1,571. This surge had a substantial impact on the overall transaction value, soaring by 29% to AED 3.70 billion as compared to the previous week.
During the 46th week, Dubai's real estate sector experienced a notable uprise with 1,188 residential transactions, marking a 43% rise from the previous week. This increment had a substantial impact on the overall transaction value, increasing by 75% to AED 2.87 billion.
During the 45th week, Dubai's real estate sector experienced a notable downturn with 829 residential transactions, marking a 33% decline from the previous week.
In the 44th week, Dubai's real estate market saw 1,232 residential transactions. This figure marked an 11% decrease compared to the previous week.
In the 43rd week, Dubai real estate market witnessed an upsurge in residential unit transactions, with a recorded total of 1,388, marking a substantial 51% increase compared to the preceding week.
In the 42nd week, Dubai witnessed a noteworthy decline in residential unit transactions, with 921 recorded, marking a substantial 23% drop from the prior week.
In September 2023, there were a total of approximately 6,368 residential transactions. This represented a 23% decrease compared to the previous month. The significant portion of this decline was observed in off-plan transactions, which experienced a notable 57% month-on-month decrease.
In the 41st week, Dubai recorded 1,194 residential unit transactions, marking a notable 58% rise from the prior week. The total transaction value for the week reached AED 2.16 billion, representing a 19% increase compared to the preceding week.