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Egypt Real Estate Report Q1 2015

  • ID: 3042323
  • November 2014
  • Region: Egypt
  • 68 pages
  • Business Monitor International
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Egyptian Resorts Company
  • Sodic
  • TMG Holding
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BMI View: Egypt is only just beginning to recover from the political instability seen in the country over the previous three years. On top of this, regional violence and strife have added a further deterrent to would be investors. Instability is also keeping away tourists, negating one of the most powerful drivers of the Egyptian economy. Nevertheless, holding an important position within regional culture and with demographic trends on its side, the country's economy continues to move forward, and there are many signs that the real estate market may be turning a corner.

Political upheaval, first the overthrow of long-time dictator Hosni Mubarak in 2011, followed by the removal of the democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, has led to economic stagnation and flight of foreign capital. In recent quarters the government has done much to reassure investors of the stability of Egyptian investments, such as the announcement that foreign oil companies would be paid all monies owed then though a EGP10bn loan secured by the national oil company.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Egyptian Resorts Company
  • Sodic
  • TMG Holding
  • MORE

BMI Industry View 7

SWOT 9

Real Estate 9

Political 11

Economic 12

Business Environment 14

Industry Forecast 15

Office 15
Table: Office Forecast Rents - (EGP/sq m/month) 16
Table: Office Forecast Net Yield, 2011-2018 (%) 16

Retail 16
Table: Retail Forecast Rents - (EGP/sq m/month) 17
Table: Retail Forecast Net Yield, 2011-2018 17

Industrial 17
Table: Industrial Forecast Rents - (EGP/sq m/month) 18
Table: Industrial Forecast Net Yield, 2011-2018 18

Construction And Infrastructure Forecast Scenario 18
Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Egypt 2012-2017) 19
Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Egypt 2018-2023) 20

Macroeconomic Forecasts 26

Investment To Drive Uptick In Growth 26

Expenditure Breakdown 27
Table: GDP By Expenditure (Egypt 2011-2018) 31

Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 32

Middle East And Africa - Risk/Reward Index 32
Table: Middle East And Africa Real Estate Risk/Reward Index 32

Egypt - Risk/Reward Index 33

Rewards 33

Risks 33

Market Overview 35

Office 38
Table: Terms of Rental Contract/ Leases - H114 39
Table: Historic Rents - 2013-2014 ( $ per m2/month) 39
Table: Net Yield, 2013-2014 (%) 40

Retail 40

Industrial 44
Table: Terms of Rental Contract/ Leases - H114 45
Table: Historic Rents - 2013-2014 ($ per m2/month) 45
Table: Net Yield, 2013-2014 (%) 46

Competitive Landscape 47

Company Profile 49

Egyptian Resorts Company 49

Saudi Egyptian Construction Company (SECON) 52

Sodic 54

TMG Holding 56

Demographic Forecast 59
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Egypt 1990-2025) 60
Table: Key Population Ratios (Egypt 1990-2025) 60
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Egypt 1990-2025) 61
Table: Population By Age Group (Egypt 1990-2025) 62
Table: Population By Age Group % (Egypt 1990-2025) 63

Methodology 64

Industry Forecast Methodology 64

Sources 65

Risk/Reward Index Methodology 66
Table: Real Estate Risk/Reward Index Indicators 67
Table: Weighting Of Indicators 68

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Egyptian Resorts Company
Saudi Egyptian Construction Company (SECON)
Sodic
TMG Holding

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