Demand for property in Dubai could be set to rise following recent claims that buyers in the emirate are spoilt for choice when it comes to villas and townhouses.
This is according to Vivian King, marketing director of Dagama Properties, who believes that much has changed in the market since the boom of 2008, Gulf News reported.
Speaking to the news provider, the sector expert highlighted the fact that the biggest change the crisis has brought about in the market is the sudden availability of high-quality villas and townhouses in excellent locations at affordable prices.
"Buyers have plenty to choose from as far as villas and townhouses are concerned," she told the news provider.
Ms King added that she feels now is the time to strike the deal for prospective buyers looking for a home.
Meanwhile, the chief investment officer and acting general manager of private banking at Emirates NBD, Gary Dugan, recently claimed that political unrest and instability in nations such as Tunisia and Libya is expected to act as a boost to the property market in the UAE.