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  • Reconciliation Law Leaves Property Developers Hopeful for Better Future
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    Reconciliation Law Leaves Property Developers Hopeful for Better Future

    Monday, 23 November 2020

    Following an in-depth analysis of the bottom line, back when all ongoing private housing work came to a six-month halt until owners present unit masterplans to verify fitting with building codes, Invest-Gate provides updates on the controversy over Egypt’s Construction Violations Reconciliation Law. We also give an assortment of developers' reflection entries to draw a complete picture of this so-called "tailor-made pandemic for real estate."

  • Life After Coronavirus: Medical Care in Urban Communities
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    Life After Coronavirus: Medical Care in Urban Communities

    Sunday, 16 August 2020

    Invest-Gate examines the extent to which COVID-19 led to a surge in the need for medical care within Egypt’s new mixed-use developments, therefore scrutinizing the impediments to the wide inclusion of health services within these communities to help property developers respond to this rising consumer need through their newly-crafted masterplans.

  • Life After Coronavirus: New Residential Product
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    Life After Coronavirus: New Residential Product

    Tuesday, 30 June 2020

    Given the changing needs of a clientele, who is now contemplating whether their houses truly meet their new "Life as We Know It," Invest- Gate identifies how home design may change in response to the pandemic, going much deeper than reduced spaces or a renewed appreciation for separate rooms, in an attempt to provide a window into the new residential product.

  • Public-Private Partnerships: Salvation to Growth in Crisis
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    Public-Private Partnerships: Salvation to Growth in Crisis

    Wednesday, 24 June 2020

    In an attempt to avert the erosion of likely future growth of PPPs and catalyze the involvement of private players, Invest-Gate seeks to scrutinize the bottlenecks and shortcomings real estate companies face when carrying out co-development projects, opting to navigate stumbling blocks ahead and bidding to boost efforts to strengthen the business climate for these well-heeled partnerships.   

  • Business Strategies Modified To Face The COVID-19 Aftermath
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    Business Strategies Modified To Face The COVID-19 Aftermath

    Wednesday, 22 April 2020

    In Egypt, after weeks of self-isolation and social distancing, especially across its vital revenue-generating industries, namely real estate, new business models have developed and marketing strategies have been modified to combat the virus outbreak, to overcome its aftermath, and “get the wheel running” as they say. In addition, work has resumed, especially where governmental projects are concerned, to meet the scheduled deadlines, while prioritizing the safety of workers involved. Invest-Gate meets up with a number of Egypt’s currently active players across the private sector to get their insights on the market and how this global crisis affected their businesses, while reflecting on the strategies they have adopted to overcome this unprecedented time.

  • Business Strategies Modified To Face The COVID-19 Aftermath
  • Real Estate Marketing Frontier During Ramadan
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    Real Estate Marketing Frontier During Ramadan

    Monday, 13 May 2019

    Invest-Gate digs through Ramadan’s real estate marketing campaigns in Egypt, while trying to deduce the actual outcome of these promotional strategies, in the context of a growing housing sector and a strong rivalry among property developers.

  • Tour to Invest in Greater Cairo
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    Tour to Invest in Greater Cairo

    Wednesday, 31 October 2018

    Cairo remains one of the oldest cities in history with diversified civilizations and a mix of cultures. As we have learned in school its prime location on the old world map has led to it being cosmopolitan where Europeans, Asians, Middle Easterners, and Africans meet, trade, and mate. Even throughout modern history, its location has helped shape world politics and economies. Having said that Cairo is one historical hub that is a must visit and a great investment option