Situated along the picturesque coast of the Persian Gulf, Qatar combines the best of Arab culture with the modernity characteristic to the Western world. With an influx of both international influence and substantial internal economic growth, Qatar has become, in recent years, a burgeoning centre for booming society, first-class residences, and luxury living. Qatar, as the recently elected host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, is at the cusp of international acclaim and worldwide coverage.
Ruled as a constitutional monarchy, Qatar has enjoyed the diplomatic influence of its inclusion in the Arab League and OPEC and with close diplomatic ties with both the United States and the EU. As the home base of a number of economic, political, and religious councils and conferences, Qatar has been the site of a number of international diplomatic summits due to its relationships both with the Middle East and with the Western world.
Qatar, with a population of just over 1.8 Million, boasts the largest GDP per capita in the world. In addition, Qatar’s economy has According to Forbes, become the world’s single richest country, because of its reserves of oil and natural gas.
Unlike many countries, Qatar has countered expectation and has grown by a substantial amount economically despite the worldwide downturn in economic growth. As a lucrative country with excellent standards of living and employment opportunity, Qatar is a prime location for real estate.