(Source: Wall Street Journal)

Dubai property prices rose in the third quarter for the first time since the emirate’s property market crashed late last year, but are still almost 50% lower than a year earlier, U.K.-based real estate consultancy Colliers International said Tuesday.

Prices increased 7% between July and September from the second quarter — the first price jump since the market fell from its peak in the third quarter of 2008, Colliers said in its quarterly price index, which collates mortgage transactions on properties open to foreign ownership since the start of 2007.

Read Stefania Bianchi’s full article “Dubai Property Prices Rise 7%” in the Wall Street Journal (November 3, 2009).

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