Whether you're a tenant, a landlord, or an aspiring homeowner, you won't want to miss our new segment - Property Today on The Agenda.
Join Georgia Tolley as she runs through all the latest property headlines with the UAE's Wolf of Real Estate Mohanad Alwadiya, who will be on hand every week to offer expert analysis and advice.
Don't make a real estate decision without tuning into Property Today on The Agenda, with Meraas and Dubai Properties, every Monday from 11 am.
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The Wolf of Real Estate
Mohanad Alwadiya is the most celebrated real estate and business multi-media thought-leader
in the Middle East region with almost two decades of experience in managing institutional real estate portfolios.
Also known as ‘The Wolf of Real Estate’, Mohanad has his own top-rated property reality TV show on MBC One and
is the author of the best-seller “Landlording
– from renting to financial freedom”.
Mohanad has worked as a senior instructor and advisor at the Dubai Land Department since 2009, certifying and mentoring thousands of real estate professionals across the region.
Mohanad was also listed among the top 100 most influential personalities in the UAE in 2019
6:00am - 10:00am
The Business Breakfast is the day’s must listen for the UAE’s business leaders, and those who aspire to be.
10:00am - 1:00pm
Broadcasting every weekday, Georgia Tolley goes beyond the headlines to speak to government ministers, decision makers, analysts and local experts to find out how the news will impact those of us living in the UAE.
John Lyons of Espace Real Estate says there is a slight slowdown in the property market during summer. So we asked him, does this mean prices are negotiable during the summer months?
Lawyer Rebecca Kelly of Clyde & Co. explained why UAE judicial authorities are setting up new offices to deal with financial crime, including money laundering.
Airalo - an eSim company disrupting telco's roaming revenues, has raised $60 million in funding including investment from our own e&.
It sounds like an episode of The Jetsons, but the sight of flying taxis whizzing around our cities could be much closer than you think.
The UAE has said that tougher penalties will come into force from 1st August for not keeping proper corporate tax records.