Tuesday, 18th July 2017
New El- Alamein City Turns Heads As Egypt’s New Riviera
On the north-western coast of Egypt near the Marsa Matrouh governorate, workers are racing against time to complete the first phase of a new multi-million-dollar eco-city under development to become Egypt’s “new Riviera”. Invest-Gate pays this promising destination a visit
Wednesday, 12th July 2017
North Coast Continuously Achieves Remarkable Commercial Growth
While the North Coast attracts heavy volumes of Egyptian clientele every summer, particularly with the ongoing growth in commercial activities, a lot of these types of projects might not be attractive to foreign tourists. Invest-Gate explores the transformation of commercial activities in the North Coast and reveals the recent market trends based on expert opinion
Sunday, 2nd July 2017
Real Estate Funds To Uplift Egypt’s Property Market
Real estate experts believe that the launch of real estate investment funds in Egypt will encourage more individuals and developers to invest in Egypt’s property market, especially amid rising prices of residential units and the declining funding capacity of the banks. Invest-Gate explores the existing real estate investment funds in Egypt and their impact on the market.
Tuesday, 13th June 2017
Residency-For-Property Law To Enrich The Market
Egypt's economists and real estate experts cheer for the latest a one-year residency program and expect it to boost the national economy and the country’s real estate industry. Invest-Gate explores more of this newly drafted law and how it should serve the real estate sector.
Sunday, 4th June 2017
Owning a Home Not Too Far Away From Home
People from around the world fly to explore the magnificent Greek civilization that has been kept preserved throughout the years as it copes with today’s modernity. Egyptian travelers, on the other hand, have started to buy properties in the Greek islands rather than just going on summer vacations. Invest-Gate looks into this common trend among wealthy Egyptians that has been growing over the past year or two.
Saturday, 13th May 2017
Russian Developers Giving Push to SCZone with New Major Industrial Park
Russian developers are planning to give a major push to Egypt’s Suez Canal Economic Zone by clinching an agreement with the Egyptian government this month, May 2017, paving the way for starting major projects, including the assembly of Russian trucks, cars, agricultural tractors, construction equipment, furniture making, concrete products and chemicals. Invest-Gate digs deep into the projects to be carried out in Russia’s new industrial zone in the Suez Canal
Monday, 3rd April 2017
New Administrative Capital Mega project to Alter Greater Cairo, Suez Landscape
Perhaps one of the most grand projects announced in recent Egyptian history is the 700k- square- kilometer- new Administrative Capital, one of the large-scale promises made at the historical 2015 Egypt Economic Conference and currently implemented with involvement from some of the largest contractors. Potentially slated to become the new seat of government, Invest-Gate tours the new capital to witness the project’s latest updates
Thursday, 23rd March 2017
Upper Egypt Seen ‘Promising’ Amid Major Developments
Egyptian government officials and real estate experts assert that the country’s southern governorates can be very promising for businesspeople interested in the building materials sector as major construction projects are now underway in such areas. Invest-Gate sheds light on developments in Beni Sueif in Upper Egypt
Sunday, 12th March 2017
Investors Optimistic About Egypt’s Construction Outlook
Local and foreign investors seem optimistic about Egypt’s construction outlook as the government is taking a raft of economic reform measures and moving ahead with major housing projects. Invest-Gate explores
Wednesday, 1st February 2017
Bait Al Watan Targets Egyptian Expats for Economic Recovery
The government's project, Bait Al Watan, targeting Egyptians living abroad and aiming to raise USD 15 bn within four years, is yet another attempt to raise foreign currency and reduce the state budget deficit.