FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)

Only United Arab Emirates citizens were formerly able to own real estate in Dubai lawfully. However, in 2006, the government allowed non-citizens to buy property in specific areas under Regulation No. 3. It is now acceptable for non-locals to purchase freehold property in certain locations, including Emirates Hills, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina, and Jumeirah Lakes Towers.

The city’s growth graph has been continuously positive, as seen by its ability to combat the consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak and exceptionally recovering from the financial crisis in 2008. Dubai has steadily evolved into one of the top lifestyle destinations in the world, ideal for families, with top-notch healthcare facilities, cutting-edge educational programs, and ultra-modern infrastructure. The tax-free environment is one of the most alluring advantages of investing in Dubai’s real estate industry. Dubai does not charge property taxes, capital gains taxes, or personal income taxes, in contrast to many other major cities. This may be a good prospect for individuals looking for an opulent lifestyle and large returns. The city’s allure is enhanced by its thriving economy, welcoming atmosphere for investors, and availability of freehold regions.

Initial registration includes properties bought off-plan or ready-made properties for which an initial sale certificate is issued indicating the registration of a property. It also refers to the process of registering real estate sales contracts before transferring them to the real estate registry. The goal of this is to protect investors’ and owners’ rights.

Off-plan and ready properties are the two real estate categories offered in Dubai. Depending on specific needs and financial constraints, both offer excellent prospects for investors and end users.

The annual net income of a property, which, after subtracting the cost of the service charge, typically varies from 5% to 10%, depends on a number of factors, including the type of property, market conditions, property location, and cost of the service charge. The rental income from the more expensive and elite houses is usually low, even though their rent is pretty high.

In Dubai, obtaining a mortgage requires having life insurance as a compulsion. To obtain a mortgage, the bank that is providing you the money to buy a property will typically ask you to enroll in their life insurance policy. Usually, this expense is included in your monthly mortgage payments.

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