Dubai has tightened straps and weeded out the bad players from real estate market

Has Dubai got its charm back after the infamous real estate bubble burst and Debt Crisis of 2009?
“Dubai has learned a great deal and put in place laws and regulations protecting all parties associated with renting, buying, selling or investing,” says Leigh Williamson Associate, Head of the Middle East desk, Gulf Sotheby's International Realty and ‘the government tightened straps and weeded out the bad players.’ The cranes are back and Dubai continues to build hi-rises and skyscrapers, infrastructure, metro but all this with caution and regulation.

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