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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."

  • Building Violations Bring Out Tailor-Made Pandemic for Real Estate
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    Building Violations Bring Out Tailor-Made Pandemic for Real Estate

    Tuesday, 30 June 2020

    Over the years, building violations have posed a tremendous dilemma in Egypt. Correspondingly, the Egyptian government recently imposed a six-month ban on building permits, halting the construction of private housing in various urban cities. Invest-Gate digs deep into the matter and reaches out to several market experts to scrutinize this decision-making, which comes into effect after Egypt called for reconciliation over construction infractions recently, aiming to outline the law’s impact on private property developers and the overall real estate landscape.