Expatriates, investors and local buyers appear to be renewing their interest in Egyptian property.
According to reports from Overseas Property Professional (OPP), the market is returning to normal after the disruption of the political revolution.
Loxley McKenzie told the news source: "There was initially a huge drop in the enquiries we were receiving, especially in the first few days of the unrest. This was a natural and expected response."
However, he explained that the resilience of buyers is becoming apparent as interest is already turning positive again.
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Meanwhile, Peter Mitry, chief executive officer of Egypt-Real.com, told OPP that sales have been quieter than usual, but international enquiries are gradually starting to improve.
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