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Dubai is home to some of the most royal and luxurious residences in the world. The emirate’s rising real estate industry is popular with both investors and renters. This fast-growing and bustling city is also known to be one of the most popular destinations to live in the world due to its reasonably priced accommodation, access to luxury amenities, and quality of life in terms of personal and financial security. Another reason Dubai is a popular destination in the world to invest in is due to the very high return on investment provided by an apartment for rent in Dubai. These are some of the reasons why the city of Dubai attracts millions of visitors annually and is home to residents of over 200 different nationalities. Those people who are looking to invest their assets in properties or different types of apartments in Dubai find it the best and most financially secure place in the entire world.
Defining a freehold property is very simple. a property that is “free to hold” from anyone or any entity except the owner. Hence, the owner of such a property enjoys free ownership in perpetuity and can use the land for any purpose he desires. However, in accordance with the laws of Dubai’s government, the rent of a freehold property does not require consent from the state and hence requires less paperwork, making it more expensive as compared to a leasehold property. Dubai’s freehold market is divided into two categories based on whether it is freehold property exclusively for UAE nationality holders or if it is freehold property that can also be purchased by someone from abroad or by a foreign investor.
A freehold property refers to a purchase agreement where an investor or buyer completely owns the property and the land it stands on, and no one else owns it. Favorite freehold areas for locals or foreigners looking for apartments in Dubai for rent include Palm Jumeirah, Downtown Dubai, and Dubai Marina. Those looking for affordable freehold apartments in Dubai can find them in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), Town Square, International City, and Liwan. Freehold areas popular with GCC and UAE nationals include Deira, Al Qusais, Al Nahda, and Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Leasehold properties are those properties sold on a leasehold basis, where the investor will be given the rights to a property for a fixed term ranging from 10 to 99 years in exchange for a negotiated amount for the property. Leasehold properties cannot be bought directly and must be leased from a landlord who holds the nationality of the UAE. When the lease expires for leasehold property, the ownership and control of the purchased property are given back to the freeholder. Most areas which offer leasehold properties for expat ownership are those set up to be freehold areas for those who hold the nationality of UAE. Deira and Dubai Silicon Oasis are only such areas.
We do marketing and selling of real estate properties under good prices. These properties are owned by individuals as well as investors.
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