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Buyer Confidence Up As Sales At Badr Muscat Hills Pass Half-Way Point
Published in Amwal Al Ghad on 11 - 11 - 2012

Located in Muscat's fastest growing suburb, Badr Muscat Hills offers buyers a unique lifestyle combined with unmatched investment potential. Each of the townhouses offers its own swimming pool that blends into the ground floor's open feel. Fully open-plan, state-of-the-art European kitchens and creative lighting solutions set the properties apart from any others being built in the vicinity.
All of the buyers so far have bought the properties based on many factors, but it is the promise of yields as high as 7.5 per cent that underpin their decision to buy as an investment. Chris Steel, Managing Partner of Savills Oman, explains, 'When prospective buyers walk into the front door of the Badr Muscat Hills show home they are immediately taken with the clean, open feel offered by the floor to ceiling windows looking out over the pool and deck, and the atrium that stretches up to the second floor. Soon after it is the lighting and the fittings they notice. When they go upstairs to the bedrooms and bathrooms they start to consider the price point of the properties and the yield they can make if they invested. People are much more switched on these days about the financial implications of purchasing property in Oman and are balancing that with the benefits of community living and ITC status. Thankfully they are making the right choice and choosing to purchase.'
Adjacent to the new Bank Muscat head office and within sight of the new airport and exhibition centre, Badr Hills Muscat's location is perfectly located to access the Muscat Expressway as well as the Sultan Qaboos Highway or Rusayl road.
With the prospect of international schools, shopping malls and other facilities scheduled for the near future, the simplicity of life in Badr Muscat Hills and the increase in investment potential is attracting many more buyers to the area.
Badr Muscat Hills is an exclusive residential development under construction at Muscat Hills, the acclaimed golf course community. Only 20 properties will be available in this limited edition release, offering a unique lifestyle and investment opportunity for the fortunate few.
Badr is an ITC (Integrated Tourist Complex) Freehold development allowing Non-Omani Nationals to acquire a freehold property in the Sultanate of Oman. Freehold property owners are granted a residence permit for themselves and their immediate family members, subject to government regulations.
Oman Daily Observer

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