The Dubai House Price Index from Property Monitor tracks the prices of a selection of apartment and villa/townhouse properties from September 2015.
There was an overall decline of 14.5% in average price annually this May, compared to a 9.2% annual decline recorded in January 2019. According to the House Price Index, the average villa/townhouse price decreased to AED 4.4 million, and the average apartment price remained stable at AED 1.7 million in May 2019 for the same selection of properties tracked since September 2015. House prices in the three months leading up to May were 4.6% lower, compared to the previous quarter.
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September 2015 = 100
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The Dubai House Price Index tracks residential sales prices for the same selection of properties from September 2015 to date. As of May 2019, apartment and villa/townhouse prices have declined by 20.0% and 21.5% respectively, compared to their prices of AED 2.1 million and AED 5.6 million in September 2015.
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Indices and average prices are produced using Cavendish Maxwell and Property Monitor’s weighted average House Price Methodology, which includes a basket of properties covering studio to three bedroom apartments and three to six bedroom villas across more than 20 master developments in Dubai. The data is drawn from a variety of sources including property transfers, MoUs and valuations and is based on the Property Monitor Index, a monthly data series starting from September 2015 for representative buildings within each community. Figures are currently calculated on the same basket of properties each month, which may vary in future, resulting in revisions to historical data.
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