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Buying Property in Dubai? – Things to keep in mind
Dubai’s owes its popularity as a global property hotspot, to its progressive metropolitan culture, cosmopolitan character, excellent communication, admirable infra-structure and sub-tropical climate. However while choosing a property for purchase certain factors need to be kept in mind.
Don’t be floored by the brochure
While buying a property one should run a reality check on the ground. Be prepared to spend some extra bucks and see the place for yourself. How are the locality, infra-structure and parking facilities? Is the property as big as you have assumed? Service charges are calculated according to the square foot area. In case of Villa property ascertain if the cited size is the plot area or the buildup area. In case of apartment property check if cited size includes common areas as well.
Run a background check
Contact the shortlisted developers personally and cross check their credentials along various parameters, like customer satisfaction in earlier projects, maintenance of common area, quality of buildings etc. Check if the company is registered at Dubai Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) or Dubai Land Departments. Be sure you are buying from the main developer and not just a sub-broker. Study each property, even of reputed builders as a one of case.
Do a thorough research-Due Diligence
Join online discussion forums (expart forums) relating to the properties of the developers. Keep a watchful eye on local newspapers (Gulf News, Emirates 24/7 etc) and magazine for stories relating to the property. Compare the amenities, prices, DEWA cost (water and electricity), delivery dates, etc of the potential developers with their competitors. Always be vigilant about hidden costs. Make enquiries from residents in Dubai whom you know or through online forums. Understand the economy, market, purchase process, details of financing aspects like mortgage of Dubai. Consulting a local lawyer and securing the property from a developer with repute is highly recommended.
Freehold or leasehold agreement
There are only certain areas which are designated by the Ruler as freehold property areas. While buying property in Dubai an expatriate need to be cautious of developers who offer leasehold ownership, where by the ownership is bona fide only for the interval specified in the lease agreement.