10-Year Time Series Analysis of UAE Housing Rental Costs
The great thing about reporting on the UAE for 15 consecutive years is that you accumulate 15 years of data and trends – a statement neither Hays, Mercer of Towers can make. As a small locally-based business, our Index is widely regarded by many of the UAE’s largest employers, as the most credible dataset around.
In this mailer edition, we’re treating you to a sample of our 10-year time series analysis (inclusive of 2008 & 2017) used for budgeting employee housing rental costs. Below you can see the 10-year price fluctuations for 3-bedroom villas in Abu Dhabi and studio apartments in Dubai, for a selection of well-populated areas:
Data Source: Cost of Living UAE Report 2017/ 2018 (Accommodation Section Page 100)
Data Source: Cost of Living UAE Report 2017/ 2018 (Accommodation Section Page 103)
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Bridge the Data publishes regional cost of living and industry salary reports within the Middle East. With over a decade of data accumulated on the cost of living and salary trends across the MENA region, Bridge the Data helps to close the gap between HR & finance personnel and the limitless data points they need access to, in order to accurately formulate their annual C&B adjustments and allowances.
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At Bridge the Data, we seek to quantitatively track the cost of living in several Middle Eastern markets, thereby empowering firms with a clear and level playing field to attract and retain staff, wherever they have labour throughout the MENA region. As a small, but locally based organisation in the UAE, we truly hope you enjoy our report and we welcome any feedback you have.