Invest-Gate figures out what the flexible exchange rate regime is and how does it affect the economy, alongside other aspects related to the current and future outlook of the local real estate sector.
In September 2022, the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) raised the maximum limit for companies to borrow from government banks by 100% to EGP 500 mn without referring to it.
Amid many economic and political shocks that Egypt has witnessed in the last decade, the real estate sector has proven to be one of the most resilient sectors.
Invest-Gate reaches out to some economic analysts and researchers to share their insights on the IMF’s emergency assistance for Egypt and pinpoint the target markets and beneficiaries of this pandemic aid, opening a perfect window into what is happening across the Egyptian economy when facing turbulent financial times.
While it is impossible to predict the market's exact direction during the upcoming period, Invest-Gate asks several senior property professionals to look into their crystal ball, thereby taking a deep dive into a pool of forecasts for 2020, as well as, scrutinizing the latest real estate trends and data. We also seek answers to the million-dollar question that will perhaps influence the local investors’ future plans: "How will the housing market shake out next year?"
The Central Bank of Egypt's (CBE) long-awaited initiative offers mortgage loans at lower interest rates and longer payment terms. This comes at a time when the real estate sector is experiencing a slowdown due to the increased property prices, coupled with weak consumer purchasing power. So, the question here: Will mortgages keep the wolf from the door?
Invest-Gate puts Egypt’s latest achievements under the spotlight, thereby scrutinizing a bunch of macroeconomic indicators and evaluating the country's current standing in early 2020, in terms of financial structure and economic growth, in the wake of these fine-tuned revisions.
Invest-Gate provides an in-depth analysis of the distinct economic trends you must thoroughly scrutinize to know if any housing market is improving or not, particularly in Egypt.
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