A survey conducted by regional job portal Bayt.com indicated that 42% of Lebanese residing in Beirut consider that the availability of jobs in the capital is "poor",
A total of 403 development projects representing about 3.2 million square meters of built-up area were at various stages of development in the Beirut Central District as of end-March 2012.
The Cabinet approved a rent-to-own draft law that would allow low-income individuals in Lebanon to own houses without having to put down payments.
Beirut was the 22nd most expensive office space globally in 2012, and the second most expensive among 7 cities in the Middle East & Africa region,
The annual “Global Property Guide,” report ranked Beirut as the 50th most expensive city globally in 2011, in terms of the price of an average apartment.
Lebanon’s real estate market has recently witnessed an oversupply of luxury apartments particularly in the capital. Consequently and in order to fit demand, developers have turned into the construction of small apartments, ranging from 60 and 150 square meters.
The property sector has slowed down in Lebanon in 2011, with a downward correction in activity and sales volumes, a report published by Lebanon Weekly Monitor, Bank Audi’s economic publication said.
Lebanon’s real-estate sector is showing signs of settling down as the number of real estate transactions tumbled by 14.5 percent
A strong demand for plots with a limited supply have been reported in this small country particularly in the capital.
STRATEGIES & PLANS
A fundraising event, entitled Think Green, will be held by Zero Waste ACT for all its business members on September, 10,2013, at WHITE, Dora.
The Green Mind Association invited all Green Mind Award Participants, finalists, runner ups and winners to the GREEN MIND DAY on Jan-16-2013 in Beirut, to create a platform where interested Venture Capital and Potential Investors met with participants.
A green initiative launched by Ashrafieh 2020 project aims to transform Ashrafieh into a tranquil and unpolluted area.Green spaces allow residents to walk and ride bicycles.