Property prices. Typically, it costs around US$1,500 per square metre to buy an apartment in Jordan’s capital Amman – less at the lower end, more for larger apartments, according to our sample (though this may not apply to the very smallest apartments).
Property rents. Rental rates in Amman are rather high, due no doubt to the large number of refugees who have poured in to the country. Smaller apartments yield significantly more than larger apartments.
Property returns. Gross rental yields on apartments in Amman are good.
Yields on villas are somewhat lower. We researched villas in previous years but this year were unable to gather data. The lower yields are because villas tend to cost substantially more on a per square metre basis, because of the land value.
Property buying costs. Round trip transaction costs on the purchase of residential property in Jordan are moderate to high, especially in comparison with the rest of the Middle East. See our Jordan residential property Buying Guide and Residential property transaction costs in Jordan compared to the rest of the Middle East.
#1 SAMIR MAHER | April 29, 2015
Housing is only one facet. What about other avenues, such as commercial, industrial, touristic...etc.
Official Real-estate statistics aren't easy to obtain in Jordan. Please fan out to other R.E. usages/ types.
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