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FIFA World Cup: Long-term Qatar residents face housing crisis over FIFA World Cup FRENZY – Check out

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FIFA World Cup: FIFA World Cup LIVE – The 2022 Winter World Cup starts in six weeks, and the small golfing nation expects an overwhelming number of foreign fans to visit Qatar. Several hotels have already been opened for the football festival, but the housing crisis is still not completely averted. Landlords in Qatar jump at the opportunity and vacate rental buildings at short notice to accommodate the World Cup participants. Follow FIFA World Cup LIVE updates on Insidesport.IN

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FIFA World Cup: Long-term Qatar residents face housing crisis over FIFA World Cup FRENZY – Check Out

FIFA World Cup: Long-term Qatar residents face housing crisis over FIFA World Cup FRENZY – Check Out

Qatar had recently launched three cruise hotels with over 1000 rooms to accommodate fans worldwide. The country has steadily increased its accommodation capacity for years after winning the bid to host the World Cup. Recently, however, the Hayya Pass service in Qatar has announced that nearly 1.5 million people have applied for a passport so far. The constantly growing number of foreign fans is a lucrative market for the landlords in Qatar.

FIFA World Cup: Long-term Qatar residents face housing crisis over FIFA World Cup FRENZY – Check Out

Foreign workers living in Qatar have said they were evicted from their tenements with a short week’s notice. The rent for the apartments has doubled, and residents will be given the option to either match the rent or leave the house before November.

Apartments in Doha have been listed for $2,500 per night, which is almost equivalent to monthly housing prices under normal circumstances. The foreign diplomats in Doha are asking for an increase in their salaries to match the soaring demands of landlords and hotels.

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FIFA is expected to release the reserved premises for the fans, which may ease the burden on the country for accommodation and also ease the high housing prices.

FIFA World Cup: Long-term Qatar residents face housing crisis over FIFA World Cup FRENZY – Check Out

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