Vacancies in Qatar’s property market have increased in the past six months due to job losses in the oil and gas sector, according to a new report by real estate consultants DTZ Qatar.
Its Q3 2015 market report highlights the impact that the government’s revisions of its spending plans has had on Qatar’s real estate market.
The report said that despite the increase in vacancies, rents have remained strong during Q2 and Q3, primarily due to an increase in population.
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