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In Djibouti, the real estate prices, relatively high, fluctuating from one district to another within the capital. The most expensive neighborhoods around the airport, Haramous, Gabode, Siesta, Plateau and Heron. These are also the areas where are the international organizations (UN, EU) and foreign embassies. In other neighborhoods of Djibouti rents and lower prices. Outside the capital, prices are average to low.

Expatriates reside mainly in the modern areas mentioned above.

Land

Unit

Value

Year

Comments

South industrial park extension

USD

28.09 Per m

2017

Without roads and networks fees.

Heron extension

USD

30.90 Per m

2017

Without roads and networks fees.

Haramous

USD

100.90 Per m

2017

Including roads and networks fees.

Arta

USD

4.50 Per m

2017

Without roads and networks fees.

Ali Sabieh, Dikhil, Tadjourah et Obock

USD

2.80 Per m

2017

Without roads and networks fees.

Balbala /P12

USD

4.50 Per m

2017

Site for social housing. Without roads and networks fees

Balbala /P12

USD

8.43 Per m

2017

Site for residential houses. Without roads and networks fees

Balbala /P12

USD

5,6 to 16.90 Per m

2017

Site for warehouse, trade and industry. Without roads and networks fees.

Offices

USD

600-2500

2016

in the main city, per m

Street Trade

USD

400-1000

2016

in the main city, per m

Furnished house for Expatriate

USD

700-3500

2016

3 rooms with garden, in the main town

Unfurnished house for Expatriate

USD

800-1500

2016

3 rooms with garden, in the main town