One of the steady markets in Egypt that has been growing significantly in recent years is the Real Estate Market.
Despite the devaluation of the Egyptian pound and the economic situation that Egypt has undergone recently, the Real Estate Market is still growing and is considered one of the best markets you can invest in for securing your money and guaranteeing your future. We’ll cover everything you need to know about real estate investment in Egypt in this article.
That being said, let’s delve deeper into this market and discuss its aspects!
What is The ROI on Properties in Egypt?
The return on investment (ROI) in Egyptian real estate can vary depending on factors such as location, property type, market conditions, and investment strategy.
Historically, Egypt has experienced substantial growth in its real estate sector, driven by population growth, urbanization, and government initiatives.
Moreover, market research indicates that Egypt’s residential properties have an average annual return of 8% to 12%. It’s crucial to remember that these numbers can change based on the precise location and kind of property.
Additionally, conducting thorough research and analysis is crucial to assessing the potential ROI before making any investing decisions!
After conducting this market research, knowing where to invest in Real Estate considers one of the primary steps to take before deciding to invest in Real Estate!
Real Estate Investment in Egypt
Egypt offers diverse investment opportunities across different regions. Cairo, as the capital city, is a major real estate market with a wide range of residential, commercial, and mixed-use properties. New Cairo, the New Capital City, and El Sheikh Zayed City, these places considered vibrant communities and great places to invest in!
The North Coast and Red Sea areas are popular for vacation homes and resort developments. Other cities, including Alexandria, Hurghada, and Sharm El Sheikh, also offer investment potential.
When selecting a location to invest in, consider factors such as market trends, infrastructure development, rental demand, and potential for capital appreciation.
Moreover, seeking local expertise can help identify the most promising investment destinations.
If you’re considering investing in the vibrant community of El Sheikh Zayed, you can check out one of our projects The Axis compound.
The Axis by IWAN Developments
The Axis is a thoughtfully crafted project that aims to create a sustainable and nurturing environment, offering residents a revitalizing escape from a world where the sense of wonder is often lost in the rush of daily life.
The latest residential endeavor by IWAN caters to those who yearn for the rejuvenating qualities of the countryside while enjoying the modern conveniences of city living.
The AXIS has been assured to afford residents the optimum level of modern convenience located at the intersection of Mehwar Road and Desert Road, seven minutes away from Sheikh Zayed City and 10 minutes away from Lebanon Square.
Future of Real Estate in Egypt
The future of real estate in Egypt appears promising, supported by various factors.
The government has implemented reforms and initiatives to attract foreign investment, stimulate economic growth, and develop the sector.
Egypt’s growing population, increasing urbanization, and rising middle class contribute to the demand for residential and commercial properties.
Mega-projects, such as the New Administrative Capital and the New El Alamein City, present significant opportunities for real estate investors.
These initiatives aim to create new urban centers, boost infrastructure development, and enhance the overall investment climate.
According to modor intelligence, Egypt’s residential real estate market is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.96% from 2024 to 2029, from an estimated USD 20.02 billion in 2024 to USD 33.67 billion by that time.
That said, how can you invest or buy a Real Estate property in Egypt?!
Wait for part 2 to learn about the steps needed to buy a Real Estate property as a foreigner or Egyptian.