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Real Estate Opportunities in the Middle East

London, The real estate market boom in the Middle East is not only confined to the GCC states but also to emerging markets such as Jordan and Turkey. In Jordan, for instance, according to Global Research in Kuwait, real estate constituted 4.5% of GDP in 2005, and has attracted a growing portfolio of regional and international investments over the last few years.

A major feature of the real estate market is Islamic real estate financing and investment, which over the last few years has emerged as an exciting new component of the regional and global realty sector. This has driven cutting edge innovations in real estate structures in Sukuk (Islamic bonds or trust certificates); asset securitization; construction finance such as Parallel Istisna; social housing; mortgages; and REITs.

Some of the large FDI tourism projects involve Islamic financial institutions, in many respects using innovative Islamic real estate financing structures including Sukuk, Istisna and Musharaka. Islamic real estate finance as highlighted by the phenomenal growth in the GCC countries is now a major component of the overall real estate market.

These are some of the issues that will be discussed at the IREF Jordan 2007 Conference on the theme ‘Emerging Opportunities in Global Real Estate Markets’ which will be held at the Grand Hyatt in Amman in Jordan on the 14-15th February, 2007. The IREF series of conferences, now in its fourth year, attract a wide range of prominent core speakers and officials. The conference is being organised by London-based conference group, ICG, in co-operation with Jordan Islamic Bank and in association with Islamic Banker magazine.

In this context IREF-Jordan 2007 could not be more opportune as it offers a platform for Islamic and conventional financial institutions and potential real estate investors to explore the opportunities in existing and exciting new regional markets such as Jordan. This is one conference that all those interested in realty and Islamic finance must not miss!

There is only one week to go before the conference, and limited places available. To insure your place, please register by clicking here.


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