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  • 2020 Back-to-School List: Build Education Projects in Gated Communities
    The Real Deal: Residential

    2020 Back-to-School List: Build Education Projects in Gated Communities

    Sunday, 20 September 2020

    In an attempt to rate the quality of life in the different new cities of Egypt, Invest-Gate exhibits the current efforts being undertaken by private real estate developers channeling their investments and resources to cater to the educational system of these potentially revolutionary urban areas. We aim to review how market players prioritize projects according to what contributes to improving living standards, while they also stick to the state's sustainable development goals.

  • Cairo Festival City: A Complete City Within The Big City
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    Cairo Festival City: A Complete City Within The Big City

    Sunday, 18 February 2018

    The mixed-use community, Cairo Festival City, in the heart of New Cairo, turns heads on the hands of renowned international property developer Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate. Invest-Gate sits with the group’s Managing Director Eng. Ashraf Ezz to showcase the latest of Al-Futtaim Group project, Cairo Festival City, in Egypt and presents his outlook on Egypt’s real estate sector in 2018. Ezz shares some insights as well on the investment climate and the future of the market on the long run.

  • Given the Conditions, Where Can Retirees Find Homes?
    The Real Deal: Investment

    Given the Conditions, Where Can Retirees Find Homes?

    Monday, 5 February 2018

    Foreigners can legally purchase property with full “freehold” and “leasehold” rights across many districts in Egypt, Mansoor Ahmed, director of development solution & healthcare at Colliers International notes. With the new investment law, the government grants foreigners the right to buy a property and obtain a temporary residency

  • A Hub for Foreign Real Estate Investors, so Why Invest in Egypt?
    The Real Deal: Investment

    A Hub for Foreign Real Estate Investors, so Why Invest in Egypt?

    Sunday, 28 January 2018

    Despite a number of economic challenges that Egypt withstood in 2017 such as the flotation of the local currency and the cutting of fuel subsidies, aiming at achieving a long-term sustained economic development, Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) has named Egypt the number one spot on its list of “Where to Invest in Africa” for 2017. RMB said that Egypt’s favorable growth rate figures, an average of 4% in the past four years, has contributed to enhancing the country's investment attractiveness