Make sure the following documents are ready:
The average time on the market is 60 days. Location, listing price, home condition, and the local housing market all play a role. Choosing the right real estate agency is also critical.
There are three methods you can use to determine your property’s value: Research last quarter’s sales reports. Look for listings with similar sizes, locations, amenities, and conditions on the internet. Contact a property valuation team for a quote.
The majority of homebuyers prefer ‘move-in ready’ properties. In order to get the highest price for your home, all repairs should be addressed before putting it on the market.
Dubai Land Department Trustee Offices are now responsible for all transfers.
According to government regulations, contracts of sale are prepared by the agency handling your transaction.
Tenancy contracts are not a barrier to selling. The buyer will inherit the terms of the tenancy and replace the seller as landlord when the tenancy is transferred.
The average property transaction in Dubai takes around 30 days.