Jordan appartment sales boosted by fee fears
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Jordan appartment sales boosted by fee fears

Jordan appartment sales boosted by fee fears

Jordan's property market had witnessed a 133% rise in demand for residential apartments during December of 2009, Jordan Times has reported. The sharp increase was attributed to concerns that the government would not extend its decision to exempt apartments from registration fees beyond the end of last year. However, the government decided on December 30, to extend the exemption until the end of this year.

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