Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman Market Snapshot to 2014 by WMIntelligence

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WMI's Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman Market Snapshot to 2014 is the easiest way to find the headline figures for the residential building redevelopment construction sector in Oman. The report contains historical and forecast market values for the residential building redevelopment construction in Oman as well as the sectors percentage share of the overall category in which it is classified.

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									Residential Building Redevelopment
Construction in Oman: Market Snapshot to
2014

Reference code: WMCN9821MS
Published: May-2010




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1     SECTOR OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................. 4
2     MARKET DATA ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.1     Market Value 2005-2009 ................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2     Market Segmentation, By Project Type, 2009 ................................................................................................. 6
2.3     Market Value Forecast, 2009-2014 ................................................................................................................. 7
2.4     Future Market Segmentation, By Project Type, 2009-2014 ............................................................................. 8
3     APPENDIX .............................................................................................................................. 9
3.1     Research Methodology ................................................................................................................................... 9
3.2     Definitions ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
      3.2.1     Additional Notes .................................................................................................................................. 10
3.3     About World Market Intelligence ................................................................................................................... 10




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List of Tables

Table 1: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009 ................ 5
Table 2: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Segmentation by Project Type, US$ Million,
2009 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Table 3: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Forecast - US$ Million, 2009-2014 ........... 7

Table 4: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Segmentation by Project, US$ Million, 2014
..................................................................................................................................................................................... 8


List of Figures

Figure 1: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009 ............... 5
Figure 2: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Segmentation by Project Type, % Share,
2009 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Figure 3: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Forecast - US$ Million, 2009-2014 .......... 7
Figure 4: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Segmentation by Project, % Share, 2014 8




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1 SECTOR OVERVIEW
Following expansion at a compound annual growth rate of 15.10% between 2005-2009, the residential building
redevelopment construction sector in Oman reached a value of US$5.84 million in 2009, which represented a decrease
of 21.49% on 2008. The market achieved its strongest performance in 2007 when it expanded by 164.91% and its
weakest performance in 2008, when it fell by 38.07%.

In comparison, the fastest growing construction sector of the residential construction market between 2005-2009 was
single-family housing which achieved a CAGR of 29.09%. The residential building redevelopment construction sector
was the weakest in the residential construction market between 2005-2009 and achieved a CAGR of 15.10%.

By 2009, the residential building redevelopment accounted for 0.60% of the residential construction. In comparison,
single-family housing represented 90.78% while new multi-family housing generated a further 8.62% of the market's
2009 share.

Looking ahead, the residential building redevelopment market is expected to expand at a CARC of 5.67% between
2009-2014, reaching a value of US$ 4.36 million in 2014. This represents total growth of 31.07% since 2005 and decline
of 25.31% since 2009.

In comparison, the fastest growing construction sector of the residential construction market between 2009-2014 is
forecast to be single-family housing, which is expected to achieve a CAGR of 3.85%. The new multi-family housing
construction sector is expected to be the weakest in the residential construction market between 2009-2014 and
achieve a CARC of 1.33%.

By 2014, the residential building redevelopment is forecast to account for 0.38% of the residential construction. In
comparison, single-family housing is predicted to account for 92.80%, while new multi-family housing is expected to
generate a further 6.82% of the market's 2014 share.




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2 MARKET DATA
2.1 Market Value 2005-2009

Residential building redevelopment sector in Oman was valued at US$ 5.84 million in 2009; a decrease of 21.49% on
2008. The sector achieved a CAGR of 15.1%.


Table 1: Residential Building Redevelopment Construction in Oman, Market Value - US$ Million, 2005-2009

Year                                                                                            US$
								
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