Bahrain: EDB reports sharp upturn in property transactions

Issue 1126 - 20 May 2021

Property sales in Bahrain rose by 51% in volume terms – and by 36% in value terms to around $600m – in Q1 2021, which the authorities attributed to rising demand following the introduction of new rules allowing 100% foreign ownership and more affordable housing coming onto the market, as well as wider government support for the economy and real estate sector.

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