Renting A New Property

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The Rental Process in Dubai

  1. Begin Your Search Online:

The most efficient way to start your search for a new rental property is online. There are many websites and apps, that list all residential properties – apartments, townhouses, villas, penthouses, all across Dubai and the UAE. The best online platforms in Dubai are: Property Finder, Bayut, and Dubizzle.

When browsing these platforms, you can narrow down your search by specifying your criteria such as, property type, preferred location, price range, number of bedrooms, property size and many other details. Once you’ve found a good selection of properties that you like, you can contact the agent for more information, as well as arranging a potential viewing.


  1. View the Property in Person:

Before making any decisions, it’s important that you see the property in person. This will give you a better sense of its size, layout, and condition. Pay attention to the condition of the property, including the small details. Like cracks in the walls or tiles that are loose – these are signs that the property is not well-maintained and could be expensive to repair.

If possible, try to view the property at different times of day, so that you can see how noisy or busy the area gets. It’s also a good idea to bring along a friend or family member who can offer a second opinion.

  1. Negotiate the Price: 

Once you’ve decided that you want to rent the property, it’s time to negotiate the price with the landlord or agent. If they are asking for more rent than the current market prices, then be prepared to haggle until you reach an agreement that’s fair for both parties.

Remember that Dubai is a competitive market, so don’t be afraid to walk away if the landlord or agent isn’t willing to budge on the price. There are plenty of other properties out there!


  1. Sign the Lease Agreement:

Lease agreements in Dubai typically last for one year and are renewable. The agreement will list out the rights and obligations of both the tenant and landlord, so be sure to read it carefully before signing anything. Once both parties have signed the agreement, it becomes legally binding – so make sure you’re happy with everything before putting pen to paper!

Renting a property in Dubai is not as complicated as it might seem at first glance. By following these simple steps – searching online, viewing properties in person, negotiating the price, and signing the lease agreement – you’ll be well on your way to finding your perfect home in no time!

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