Apartments for sale in Dubai

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Searching for apartments for sale in Dubai? Then you are right place. You can search and find your dream home in seconds. We provide a large number of the modern and luxury apartment of all categories. There is no need to worry about the classifieds where you will get a huge no of advertisements which are not relevant to your requirement. Our website lets you select according to your choice, budget, and area.

Property Status
Property Type
Location
Beds
Select Bedrooms
Price
AED
AED
Price 766,000 AED
STUDIO
1 Bathrooms
391 Sqft
15 Northside, Business Bay, Dubai
Listed by Marcello Arcangeli
Buy
Price 356,000 AED
STUDIO
1 Bathrooms
340 Sqft
Carson Tower B, DAMAC Hills, Dubai
Listed by Sadaf Madani
Buy
Sold
Price 500,000 AED
STUDIO
1 Bathrooms
303 Sqft
Azizi Riviera 9, Meydan City, Dubai
Listed by Rana Afifi
Buy
Price 499,000 AED
STUDIO
1 Bathrooms
441 Sqft
Afnan 4, Midtown, Production City, Dubai
Listed by Sadaf Madani
Buy
Price 1,280,000 AED
1 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
651 Sqft
Bay Central East, Dubai Marina, Dubai
Listed by Alina Tkachuk
Buy
Sold
Price 710,000 AED
1 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
805 Sqft
Carson Tower A, DAMAC Hills, Dubai
Listed by Sadaf Madani
Buy
Price 350,000 AED
STUDIO
1 Bathrooms
526 Sqft
Lolena Residence, Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), Dubai
Listed by Marcello Arcangeli
Buy
Price 1,600,000 AED
2 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1,227 Sqft
Safa One, Al Wasl, Dubai
Listed by Marcello Arcangeli
Buy
Price 509,000 AED
1 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
621 Sqft
Afnan 1, Afnan District, Dubai Production City
Listed by Marcello Arcangeli
Buy
Price 1,505,200 AED
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1,100 Sqft
Samana Waves, JVC District 13, Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), Dubai
Listed by Marcello Arcangeli
Buy
Sold

What You Should Know About Purchasing Apartments in Dubai

Dubai has grown to be one of the world’s top cities and a regional commercial centre in the last 48 years. Its significant presence in the tourist, commercial, banking, and real estate industries of the United Arab Emirates has been recognized globally. The country has been a land of opportunity for entrepreneurs, with several home-grown firms standing out amid the crowd.

Dubai’s ever-expanding real estate market has drawn international, regional, and local investors due to the bustling city’s lifestyle, world-class architecture, and high profits. There are numerous possibilities for people wanting to buy an apartment in Dubai, ranging from stylish studio apartments in the heart of the city overlooking the Burj Khalifa to huge four-bedroom homes in calmer areas for expanding families.

The current state of the real estate market makes now an excellent time to buy an apartment – whether you’re looking for something new from the off-plan market where the building is still under construction or an apartment that is ready to move into, you’re likely to get the best price now with an easy payment plan to suit your budget.

Is it a decent location to live in Dubai?

Dubai is home to some of the most incredible attractions on the planet. There’s something for everyone to enjoy when they relocate to Dubai, from the world’s largest shopping mall and tallest structure to the first-ever museum of the future.

If you enjoy year-round sun, living in a safe city, and having a work-hard-play-hard lifestyle, Dubai is a great location to live. According to an HSBC poll, the UAE ranks higher than the United States, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and Australia, making it one of the finest countries in the world to live and work. Many people relocate to the city in order to advance in their careers, raise their salaries, and better their overall quality of life. In fact, it was estimated of 2016 that expatriates made about 85 percent of the population in Dubai.

With the advent of five-year multiple-entry tourist visas for the UAE, you can also ensure that you keep your family close when you come here – with various flats for sale, you may pick homes that can accommodate the entire family!

Is living in Dubai expensive?

Living in Dubai, according to two-thirds of expats, provides them with more spare income, with 85 percent paying off debts and saving. And, given how much there is to do here, seven out of ten respondents would suggest the nation to someone searching for a new life overseas. Property prices have fallen in the last 18 months, making flats more affordable. Some neighborhoods have more affordable flats than others, and you are more likely to receive the greatest deal if you buy off-plan. Many developers now provide simple payment plans, such as rent-to-own programmes, which make buying a brand new flat a possibility for individuals who do not have the funds for a mortgage down payment, which is typically approximately 30% of the property’s worth.

What are the greatest areas in Dubai to purchase a home?

There are numerous wonderful communities to pick from across the city; the ideal one will be determined by your specific requirements. Those who love seaside life would most likely look for apartments for sale at Jumeirah Beach Residence and The Palm Jumeirah. If you want a more communal atmosphere, you may visit emerging districts such as Dubai Hills Estate, Damac Hills, and Townsquare.

When considering where to buy an apartment in Dubai, we recommend you to choose an area that best matches your lifestyle. If you have school-aged children, you should evaluate how far your new house will be. Similarly, if you work in a certain neighborhood, look for public transportation routes or general accessibility to the flat to assist you decide. You may own a little or huge portion of this future metropolis and call it your home as long as it meets your basic necessities.

Who is eligible to purchase an apartment in Dubai?

Any individual of any nationality, whether living abroad or in the UAE, can buy a property in Dubai. A typical property transaction in Dubai takes 30 days from the date the Agreement for Sale is completed, and you may move in immediately.

What are the various costs associated with buying a property in Dubai?

If you intend to take out a mortgage to finance the apartment purchase, you must budget for a 30% down payment. In general, the following fees will apply to the sale and purchase of flats in Dubai:

NOC costs can range between AED 500 and AED 5,000 and are normally paid to the developer by the sale. Certain developers will additionally charge the buyer a refundable deposit, which will be repaid only when the buyer shows the new title deed at the developer’s office and their records are corrected.
A real estate agent’s commission is typically 2% of the buying price.
Transfer costs are computed at 4% of the purchase price, with an extra amount paid for admin fees, which are now not more than AED 5,000 and are paid to the Dubai Land Department.

Mortgage registration fees (if applicable) are computed and paid to the Dubai Land Department at a rate of 0.25 percent of the registered loan amount.
Developers request that yearly service charges be paid in advance, thus buyers should account for their pro-rata part up front.
A Registration Trustee Appointment charge of AED 4,000 through title deed and AED 5,000 through off-plan must be paid in cash.

What is a rent-to-own option for purchasing apartments in Dubai?

Today’s market is stacked in favor of the buyer, and most developers have designed simple payment plans, so make sure you select one that works for you. A rent-to-own agreement is one in which you commit to renting a property for a set length of time with the possibility of purchasing it before the lease expires. Throughout the lease, you pay rent, and in some situations, a portion of the payment is applied to the purchase price.

Some rent-to-own contracts may require you to maintain the property and pay for repairs. Currently, only a few developers provide RTO plans in Dubai; however, schemes for up to 20 years are being offered in locations like as Dubailand, Motor City, and Jumeirah Village Circle, and many additional developers are opening up to such schemes.

Whatever you chose, now is the moment to acquire flats in Dubai at the lowest possible prices; however, make sure you do your homework beforehand. When looking for a new house, it’s critical to consider how much it will cost to run once you’ve moved in.