Your Agent should conduct a market analysis for you indicating the following:
Your Agent should be able to fully guide you on the leasing process, the current laws in Dubai that directly affect you and how the Landlord and Tenant relationship works.
Being a Landlord in Dubai comes with great responsibility due to the stringent laws. Therefore, it is important to know all aspects that affect you as a Landlord including what type of documentation you will need, what type of documentation is required of the Tenant, Tenancy Laws and general knowledge of how the rental process currently works in Dubai.
Our agents will provide you with professional advice until moving. We do everything to make your move comfortable and safe.
The first thing to review is your budget. In Dubai, the standard is to pay the full year of rent in 1-4 cheques in advance, as per the mutual agreement with the Landlord.
It is also necessary to consider the additional costs that will be required during the search for a rental.
Once you have calculated your budget, you can choose your area accordingly. You want to find an area which is convenient for you and your commuting time to work and/or school.
You can discuss your requirements with the Agent who will help you pinpoint an area and property suitable to your type, you can start your home search.
The next step will be the search and inspection of suitable real estate options.
Our agents are well oriented in the areas, in the course of cooperation they will advise you on the advantages and disadvantages of the location, clarify important points and find the best accommodation for its price.
Once the right property has been selected, the price, number of cheques, the move in date have been communicated to the Agent/Landlord you may prepare a Security Deposit cheque in the name of the Landlord, according to the Title Deed.
Once you have made your final decision on a property, you have to approve the rental price and terms. Your Real Estate Agent will gather all of the documents to proceed with the Tenancy Agreement.
In addition to the tenancy agreement, most parties choose to have additional terms listed within an addendum which is attached to the tenancy agreement. Make sure that all terms which have been agreed upon are clearly indicated within the addendum attached to the tenancy agreement.
Once you have found the home you would like to rent, make sure to do a proper and thorough inspection inside and outside, preferably with your Agent and the Landlord and/or their agent/representative.
Prior to moving, make sure that you have checked with the building, neighborhood, association, etc. what the moving policy is. Some have restricted days and times for moving and some require a special permit. Your Real Estate agent should be able to assist you with gathering this information.
Once you hand over the Tenancy Agreement and cheques, you will be given the keys to your rental.
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