Few things are more rewarding than renting your first commercial property in Dubai. Needing your own businesses premises is a sure-fire sign that you’re on your way to the kind of success you’ve always dreamed about, whilst the property itself can serve as a solid foundation on which your business can grow for years to come.
Though with so much at stake, it’s important to get it right.
At Property Trader, we’re proud of our reputation for helping countless businesses find their ideal premises. Based on that experience, we’ve put together the following top tips for renting a commercial property in Dubai.
Buying a property in Dubai is one of the most exciting things you’ll likely ever do in your lifetime, but it’s also one of the scariest.
With such a huge commitment ahead of you, it goes without saying that you want to be 100% certain you’ve made the right decision before you put in an offer on a property. This of course means doing some research.
Yet with so many potential new homes on the Dubai property market, and with so many things to potentially consider before you choose one, where do you even begin?
Struggling to work out what you should be looking into before buying your new home? Here’s the Property Trader guide to the top four things you should research.
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So, you’re ready to buy or rent a property in Dubai. You’ve saved up some funds, you’ve worked on establishing a good credit rating to ease up the process of applying for a mortgage, and all that’s left to do is to find that dream home and set the wheels in motion.
Like most of us, you like things done a certain way, which means you’re probably thinking of going it alone. After all, with so many attractive, affordable Dubai properties on the market, how hard can it be to find one that suits you, and to get your name on that contract?
If you’re a first-time buyer or tenant, you may be surprised at just how much goes into getting your hands on those keys, and you may well find that you could use a little help.
Still thinking of going it alone? Here’s just a f[...]
When it comes to buying or renting a new home in Dubai, we’re spoiled for choice with a wealth of prime locations, each with something unique to offer.
On the one hand, this can be a real blessing, meaning there’s no end of possibilities for finding the ideal property.
On the other hand however, this can make the decision of choosing exactly where to live all the more complex. After all, with so many options on your doorstep, how do you really know which one is right for you?
To help you answer that question, here’s our guide to the best areas for buying or renting a home in Dubai.
Though property prices downtown are among some of the most expensive you’ll find in Dubai, if you ask us, they’re well worth ev[...]
Moving to Dubai means you’ve got a whole world of possibilities open to you when it comes to buying a property. From the delights of downtown to the tranquility of waterfront locations like Palm Jumeirah, there’s something to suit just about every lifestyle and budget.
Over the last couple of years however, the high class community known as The Springs has really come into its own as one of Dubai’s most popular choices for those looking to buy or rent a property.
Considering the area for yourself? Here’s five reasons why it might just make the ideal location for your next property.
The Springs is a private, gated community set back from the Sheikh Zayed road. The secluded location combines with 24 hour security to offer a great sense of pea[...]
Renting a property in Dubai for the first time can be an exciting adventure. At long last, you’ve saved up enough to branch out on your own and start enjoying all the benefits that come from having a place you can really call home.
Before you make the big move, you’ve probably imagined everything going smoothly. You’ve got money in the bank, a couple of friends on board to help with the hassle of moving, and as far as you’re concerned, there’s nothing more to it. Yet if you’ve never rented a property before, you may find there’s a few surprises in store once your Dubai real estate agent has handed over the keys.
At Property Trader, we love nothing more than helping first time property renters move into their dream Dubai home without those nasty surprises[...]
Renting your first apartment in Dubai can be as exciting an experience as it is scary, but it doesn’t have to be the daunting process it might seem at first.
At Property Trader, we boast a wealth of experience in helping expats and Dubai locals alike move into their first home. Here, we pass on the benefit of that experience in providing you with a step-by-step guide to renting.
Before you even start looking at around at available apartments, it pays to give some serious thought as to what you’re looking for. Consider how many rooms you’ll need, whether access to local schools for the kids is important, your commute to work, and all those other important factors that play such a large part in your life.
Take a realistic look at your income and work out exactly what you can afford. Remember that when you move into your new home, there’s more than just the rental charges to pay. Add the cost of bills and[...]
Moving to any new city or country poses it’s own unique challenges when it comes to acclimatize yourself with the area and fitting in with the locals. Buying or renting a property in Dubai and moving to the area for the first time is no different, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that settling down in a new area has to be daunting.
At Property Trader, we’ve helped many a new homeowner get readjusted to life in Dubai when they invest in a new apartment with us, so we thought it might be helpful to pass on the benefit of our experience and share our top tips for living like the locals when you make the big move.
When you’re moving from a country where every street, every nook and every cranny is well signposted, you’ll likely find that one of the[...]
Dubai has undergone unusual development circumstances from empty deserts to spectacular urban metropolis having towering structures, stunning islands and many unforeseen developments anticipated in near future. This obviously brings an apparent variation in Dubai property prices for rent as well as sales. In fact, after the country is being nominated as host for 2020 World Expo, huge global gather expectation is further boosting up the on hand construction demands.
Evident growth has been seen in construction sector and prices of residencies as well. This surely puts forward an out of the blue property bubble in Dubai. This property bubble should be an aspiration after a terrible real estate diminution that ended up offering home prices plunge up to 50 percent leaving emirate despondent to acquire support from Abu Dhabi.
For many people, owning their own home is the ultimate goal. It’s the thing they strive for, that keeps them going even when the going gets tough.
There’s a good reason for it too.
As many Property Trader customers tell us, buying a home in Dubai means making a worthwhile investment in their long-term future. It means financial security for them and their loved ones well into retirement, and it may even mean all the difference between living in any old apartment or villa, and actually settling down into the home of their dreams.
Yet with the buyers’ market holding such appeal, does that mean there’s nothing to be said for looking at the Dubai rental market and taking out a property lease instead?
Not if you ask us, it doesn’t.