According to the 86th Euroconstruct Conference report, building production in the area will grow until 2021 (+2.8% in 2018).
The 26th CRESME Outlook and Forecast Report reveals a sector-wide recovery that is expected to continue at least until 2022.
New home starts in the U.S. achieved 1.26 million units in 2018, but 2019 will be flat after nine consecutive years of growth.
The funds will be used to build social and low-cost housing for the poorest sections of the Nigerian population.
Major real-estate and urban development projects will upgrade the city’s image over the next few years.
The Kenyan government’s housing plan involves investments of around $13 billion.
Saudi Arabia’s construction sector is expected to see strong growth with investments of $44 billion planned in 2019 alone.
Joseph Lundgren Consulting analyses the signs of a possible deceleration of growth of the housing market.
The construction sector saw 5.6% expansion in 2017, and growth is likely to accelerate in 2018.
A new smart neighbourhood to the north of the capital is being planned in what will be the most important private investment of the next few years.
Energy upgrading segment will require work on almost 5 million houses at an average rate of around 143,000 houses/year.
The residential segment growth achieved 9.8% and 12.8% year-on-year in the second and third quarters.