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Bahrain Real Estate Report 2016

BMI Industry View
SWOT
Political
Economic
Operational Risk
Industry Forecast
Office Forecast
Table: Office Rental Rates, 2010-2016 (per square metre per month)
Table: Office Yields, 2010-2019 (%)
Retail Forecast
Table: Retail Rental Rates, 2010-2016 (per square metre per month)
Table: Retail Yields, 2010-2019 (%)
Industrial Forecast
Table: Industrial Rental Rates, 2010-2016 (per square metre per month)
Table: Industrial Yields, 2010-2019 (%)
Residentia/Non-Residential Building - Outlook and Overview
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
Table: Construction and Social Infrastructure Key Projects
Macroeconomic Forecasts
Economic Analysis
Table: BAHRAIN - Main Infrastructure And Industrial Developments
Industry Risk Reward Index
Table: Middle East And Africa Real Estate Risk/Reward Index
Rewards
Risks
Market Overview
Competitive Landscape
Property Developers
Property Managers
Demographic Forecast
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Bahrain 1990-2025)
Table: Key Population Ratios (Bahrain 1990-2025)
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Bahrain 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group (Bahrain 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group % (Bahrain 1990-2025)
Methodology
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sources
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
Table: Real Estate Risk/Reward Index Indicators
Table: Weighting Of Indicators

Bahrain Real Estate Report 2016

BMI View: The country's economic dependence on the hydrocarbon sector has created challenges forBahrain's commercial real estate sector, considering the precipitous drop in commodity prices. However,we expect rental rates to remain fairly stable for 2016 across each of the sub-sectors we cover, as demandfor retail and office space rises.

Bahrain is a small island nation with a population of just over 1mn. The Gulf state is regarded as one of themost prosperous Middle Eastern countries, with an increasingly affluent population, a successful financialsector and improved economic diversity as a result of governmental structural reforms. However, thehydrocarbons industry remains important to the economy, with most of that sector in Bahrain now involvedin refining and other areas, as Bahrain now produces only about 48,000 barrels per day. Bahrain thus facesthe challenge of how to maintain growth in the face of lower oil prices, and real GDP growth fell from 4.5%in 2014 to 2.9% in 2015 as a result of falling oil prices.


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