Apartment prices in Beirut range from $1,925 to $7,647 per square meter, depending on the neighborhood, according to RAMCO.
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Lebanon's real estate market has entered a slowdown phase, particularly in the capital, where developers are offering discounts of up to 15 percent on residential units under construction.Residential units on the outskirts of Beirut could rise 10 to 15 percent in value annually for the next two to three years, Kazma said, provided that the security, political and economic situation improves.Construction permits across Lebanon fell in 2013 by 12 percent, while the number of sales transactions dropped 8 percentThe study covered asking prices for first floor apartments in 382 buildings currently under construction across 69 neighborhoods in the Beirut municipality.
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