Middle East Research

With a  rapidly expanding network of offices throughout the Middle East, Savills is able to draw upon some of the most relevant and accurate property data available.  Providing our clients with accurate and valuable research advice is what Savills is acclaimed for in Oman and throughout the region.

Featured report

placeholder

Property Briefing: Sultanate of Oman
20 August 2014

Capital and rental value increases across all sectors in first half of the year, while ITC prices start to rise on account of growing demand for freehold ownership and commercial office space faces severe shortages in short to medium term.

 

Research search results: 6 found

 
Oman Q2 2016 Report

Oman Q2 2016 Report

13 April 2016

Property Briefing: Sultanate of Oman - Residential / Commercial

 
 
 
Oman Q4 Report

Oman Q4 Report

23 November 2015

A review of the residential and commercial sectors over 2015

 
 
 
Market in Minutes Middle East office review H1-2015

Market in Minutes Middle East office review H1-2015

27 January 2015

The facts at a glance Middle East office markets return to growth

 
 
 
Property Briefing: Sultanate of Oman

Property Briefing: Sultanate of Oman

20 August 2014

Capital and rental value increases across all sectors in first half of the year, while ITC prices start to rise on account of growing demand for freehold ownership and commercial office space faces severe shortages in short to medium term.

 
 
 

The Sultanate of Oman Real Estate Market Observations

15 May 2014

Oman’s  property market is at an exciting crossroads.  It can move forward as a vital ingredient in the economic growth and prosperity of the country to everyone’s benefit. 

 
 
 

Global hotel investment overview & outlook January 2013

06 February 2013

Cross border investment in the US,UK and Asia Pacific hotel markets wasa key feature in 2012. In the case of theUS and UK markets investment waslargely focused on trophy assets.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Christopher Steel

Christopher Steel

Managing Partner

+(968) 24 692 151

 

Subscribe to Savills research

 

Would you like to be notified via email about new research?