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Old November 9th, 2008, 02:55 PM   #81
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Casablanca Atlantic Marina

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Old November 9th, 2008, 09:08 PM   #82
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Old November 10th, 2008, 12:48 AM   #83
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Old November 10th, 2008, 03:08 AM   #84
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Old November 10th, 2008, 02:03 PM   #85
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Booming property market in Morocco waits for Wall Street effect.
Thursday, 18 September 2008

Morocco next on Wall Street hitlistNorth Africa's fast growing property sector could be the next to be affected by the credit crunch and turmoil on Wall Street.

As more US banks seek mergers to avoid the crash that brought Lehman Brothers down earlier this week, the effect on finance markets is spreading across the world.

In Morocco, which has been largely immune to the global credit crunch, property stocks are tumbling.

Moroccan real estate shares fell as much as 6% on Wednesday amid concern that the credit crisis could dampen foreign interest in the North African country's fast-growing property sector.

Analysts said the Moroccan stock market had been stagnating for several months as investors felt share prices had outpaced earnings expectations, especially for property stocks.

Shares in real estate firm Addoha ADH.CS were suspended after tumbling 6% to 162.05 dirhams. The stock has lost 45% of its value this year.

Other key companies including Cie. Generale Immobiliere CGI.CS, a property unit of state investment vehicle CDG, and Alliances Development Immobilier ADI.CS, also all suffered falls of around 6%.

'Analysts have said the market is overvalued and a correction would be healthy,' said a Casablanca analyst who asked not to be named.

He said that property stocks were seen as among the most overvalued, and are also a source of particular concern given the global credit crisis.

'People see there is a morose climate in real estate and they know these stocks are exposed to international markets that increasingly lack liquidity,' the analyst added.

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Trade boost for Cape Verde
Sunday, 13 July 2008

Cape Verde to join WTOThe economic development of Cape Verde, one of the fastest growing emerging property markets, takes a step forward later this month when the country become a member of the World Trade Organisation.

According to analysts this will facilitate further growth and development and have a clear impact on investment.

'Membership will enable Cape Verde to participate more fully in the global economy and will provide the country with a predictable and stable basis for growth and development,' said Pascal Lamy, director-general of the WTO.

It will help with the major infrastructure development that is currently underway. 'A lot still needs to be done to the infrastructure of Cape Verde. There are a lot of opportunities for investors and that's why a lot of people are interested,' said John Farrelly of London International Property.

Projects include a new airport and the port of Praia is being modernised and expanded. A great deal of money is coming in from overseas. Private sector investment from the US is expected to be high. Some investors regard it as a cheaper version of the Caribbean.

'The government as well as private investors with million dollar stakes in Cape Verde foresee the likes of Sal, Boa Vista, Santiago and Sao Vicente becoming direct rivals to Caribbean islands for tourism and luxury real estate,' said one commentator.

The property industry on the islands backs this up. 'People assume that Cape Verde's "discovery" and development has been an accident - this is far from the truth. There is a blueprint for the development of the islands to become direct rivals to the Caribbean. Everything is being done to ensure that Cape Verde, the closest tropical islands to the UK and Europe, becomes a high end, long-term, sustainable destination for tourism and luxury grade property,' said Adrian Lillywhite, Managing Director of Cape Verde Property Ltd.

'You only have to look so far as the Hilton Group which is developing a sybaritic resort on Sal. They are marketing it as pure five star opulence and they are following hot on the heels of the American luxury hotel and leisure brand Nikki Beach which has already committed to projects on Sal. The group is developing a resort and it is also involved with one of the most exclusive developments to get underway on the island already, namely Paradise Beach,' he added.

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Booming property market in Morocco waits for Wall Street effect.
Thursday, 18 September 2008

Morocco next on Wall Street hitlistNorth Africa's fast growing property sector could be the next to be affected by the credit crunch and turmoil on Wall Street.

As more US banks seek mergers to avoid the crash that brought Lehman Brothers down earlier this week, the effect on finance markets is spreading across the world.

In Morocco, which has been largely immune to the global credit crunch, property stocks are tumbling.

Moroccan real estate shares fell as much as 6% on Wednesday amid concern that the credit crisis could dampen foreign interest in the North African country's fast-growing property sector.

Analysts said the Moroccan stock market had been stagnating for several months as investors felt share prices had outpaced earnings expectations, especially for property stocks.

Shares in real estate firm Addoha ADH.CS were suspended after tumbling 6% to 162.05 dirhams. The stock has lost 45% of its value this year.

Other key companies including Cie. Generale Immobiliere CGI.CS, a property unit of state investment vehicle CDG, and Alliances Development Immobilier ADI.CS, also all suffered falls of around 6%.

'Analysts have said the market is overvalued and a correction would be healthy,' said a Casablanca analyst who asked not to be named.

He said that property stocks were seen as among the most overvalued, and are also a source of particular concern given the global credit crisis.

'People see there is a morose climate in real estate and they know these stocks are exposed to international markets that increasingly lack liquidity,' the analyst added.

source: propertywire
The crisis will touch North Africa, like Morocco and Tunisia but also the remainder of the countries of Africa!

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Old November 10th, 2008, 02:42 PM   #88
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Tangier property prices boosted by huge infrastructure investment


Tangier boosted by infrastructure investmentRapid development and modernisation is attracting more property investors to Tangier, according to real estate agents.

New five star hotels along the bay, a modern business district, a new airport terminal and a new football stadium are under construction thanks to the city being one of Morocco's six locations identified by the government for major investment under its tourism plan.

Other changes include updating its transport network, including 600 miles of new roads, and further investment in the new Tanger-Med port.

'This is excellent for this part of Morocco. Tangier has always had an air of mystery going back to its reputation as a spy haven during the Cold War. Now it is moving towards becoming a modern 21st century city with a modern port, transport links and a thriving business centre,' said James Darlington who works for an agent in Tangier.

'An increase in visitor numbers will lead to a greater demand for rental accommodation in prime locations which in turn is certain to trigger a surge in property values,' he added.

If the proposed tunnel between nearby Punta Malabata to Punta Palomas, 40 km west of Gibraltar goes ahead then property prices in Tangier will go up as it will be possible to commute from Spain to North Africa.

'It is terribly exciting. Linking Spain and North Africa will put Morocco firmly on the European map. It will have a huge impact in terms of tourism and business. Morocco will become more than just a tourist destination and for property investors that takes it onto a different level,' said George Cary of Luxury Living in Morocco.
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Old November 10th, 2008, 03:10 PM   #89
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Marrakech| Tamansourt City| U/C

LOCATION: 7 km from Marrakch
PROJECT: New city of 300,000 inhabitants
HOUSES: 58.000 (160 ha)
TREES: 100.000 (200 ha)

More info: http://www.tamansourtville.com

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Old November 10th, 2008, 03:37 PM   #90
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Amazing, a city in the desert !
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Old November 10th, 2008, 05:58 PM   #91
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Hey! all those houses are posibly? or will it happen what is happening in many countries:
lots of houses---not many people---the value of manye in highrise---not all houses sold? what do you think?, a new city on desert, uff
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Old November 10th, 2008, 09:17 PM   #92
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Yes, because this city will be used to unchoke Marrakech which is saturated by the requests of residences !!!
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Old November 10th, 2008, 10:49 PM   #93
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Hey! all those houses are posibly? or will it happen what is happening in many countries:
lots of houses---not many people---the value of manye in highrise---not all houses sold? what do you think?, a new city on desert, uff
Good question. The thing is the demand for houses in Morocco is far exceeding the production rate. Today not only the elite is able to buy a house in Morocco, but also the growing middle class! Years ago the middle class could not affort it, because of the fragile economy and bad banking sector. Since all of that has been long gone, the real estate market is booming. Note that a lot of houses are also being bought by Europeans and ex-immigrants returning to Morocco.
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Old November 10th, 2008, 10:52 PM   #94
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yes it need that that is great idea very good
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Old November 11th, 2008, 01:54 AM   #95
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yes it need that that is great idea very good
Yes, it's a very good idea initiated by the Malik i think
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Old November 11th, 2008, 02:22 AM   #96
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Thanks for the constant updates Slaoui, all these projects are excellent.
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LOCATION: 7 km from Marrakch
PROJECT: New city of 300,000 inhabitants
HOUSES: 58.000 (160 ha)
TREES: 100.000 (200 ha)

More info: http://www.tamansourtville.com

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Bahia de Tanger, the tallest building in Tanger




Grupo Inmobiliario Espmar is proud to announce their latest project in Morocco. A luxury apartment building of twenty five stories in the heart of Tanger.

Bahia de Tanger will be the tallest and most emblematic building to date on the sea front of Tanger. The building is situated on the Avenida de Mohamed VI, the main promenade that overlooks the beach and the Bay of Tanger with views across the straights of Gibraltar to Spain. Located just 5 minutes from the port, close to the new railway station, the new City Centre, shops, restaurants and night clubs, Bahia de Tanger is situated in an unbeatable location for all amenities in this cosmopolitan town of Tanger.

Bahia de Tanger, with its twenty five storeys, will provide large commercial space at street level, 2 storeys of executive office suites whilst the remainder of the building will comprise luxury two and three bedroom apartments all with sea and beach views. There will also be underground private parking.
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