Qatar weekly property deals crossed QR1bn
- Qatar: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 06:26
Qatar property developer Ezdan Holding Group has said the total value of real estate transactions in the country gas exceeded the QR1bn mark during the last week of February, the Peninsula has reported. The sale of a tower in Doha's Al Dafna for QR375m pushed the total amount by 158% over the QR391.3m recorded in the previous week, said Ezdan. The tower, and 15 villas, 23 houses, two residential buildings and a few shops alone accounted for over 55% of the total value of the real estate transactions, the developer said.
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