How to rent a property in the UAE

Discussion in 'UAE Property' started by CFoster, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. CFoster

    CFoster New Member

    How do I rent a property in the UAE ?

    Renting is common practice in the UAE, rental prices have dropped significantly making the market more competitive, what are you opinions ?
     
  2. iceton

    iceton New Member

    Are you moving to UAE to work? as that's the only reason why anyone would want to rent here, unless you mean for a short term ( holiday) etc.

    Rents are actually on the rise across all types and areas so not sure where you got your info from? The other thing to bear in mind when renting in UAE is that you are expected to pay in advance in one or two cheques sometimes three if your landlord agrees.
     
  3. totallyproperty

    totallyproperty Administrator Staff Member

    At this moment in time the Dubai property market is certainly very buoyant and rents are far from cheap. As suggested, the market is very much dictated by employment in the region although hopefully the authorities have learned from previous property price bubbles which saw the dramatic collapse of the Dubai property market back in 2008/9.
     
  4. Mark007

    Mark007 New Member

    Rental prices have significantly increased in a lot of Dubai but not the whole UAE. There are still places throughout other Emirates that are well priced. It really does depend on your reason for moving though.
     
  5. mortgageme

    mortgageme New Member

    I would also suggest that you study the rental law in Dubai. You need to know your rights under the law and how you can protect yourself as a tenant.
     
  6. Dubai Marina

    Dubai Marina New Member

    Currently the prices are stable since the last quarter.
     
  7. dubaiguyver

    dubaiguyver New Member

    If you want get it cheap, you should use a local laywner with broker license or seeking on arabian properties sites.
     
  8. JadenS91

    JadenS91 New Member

    The price for rent is continually growing in Dubai and if you move there you should expect how much you pay to go up significantly within the first year, unless you have been offered a well payed job over there I wouldn't suggest it
     
  9. perfectchoice

    perfectchoice New Member

    Depends on you, contact with any recognized Real Estate agency or agent , they will guide you better. Or search on classified websites hope this will help you .
     
  10. anshu_22

    anshu_22 New Member

    you can contact with real estate agents in UAE . They will help you to get rent in UAE but choosing the right real estate agent is more important.
     
  11. Elham Al Qasim

    Elham Al Qasim New Member

    You can contact real estate agents in the city. They can help in finding the right property for you within your budget. If you are looking for a property in Abu Dhabi, then check with LLJ Property or Crompton Partners.

    If you are looking for a property in Dubai, then check with Better Homes and Ocean View Real Estate.
     
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