Despite global headwinds and a challenging global economic environment, strong investment volumes in the Asia Pacific property market point to signs of resilience
Dubai was the first emirate of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to get involved in freehold real estate at a time when the buying and selling of property in Dubai was previously restricted to GCC Nationals. Thanks to the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai, the creation of freehold property laws that allow expatriates to purchase properties within certain developments have led to an influx of investment into the Emirate, and have propelled the growth rates of the entire country to extremely high levels. FazWaz.ae offers a comprehensive list of all Dubai freehold property that is currently available, as well as providing all the necessary services required when buying
Get rid of clutter. Throw out or file stacks of newspapers and magazines. Pack away most of your small decorative items. Store out-of-season clothing to make closets seem roomier. Clean out the garage.
It used to be that buyers could go house shopping and when they have found their dream home, then they go to get pre-approved. However, in today’s market, that has proven to be one of the least effective methods in landing the dream home.
Be picky, but don’t be unrealistic. There is no perfect home.
Traditionally, buyers will stop at a house for sale and be shown the property by an agent sitting in the open house or the owner. The difficulty with that method is that the agent sitting there is usually the listing agent. And in most cases, he or she represents the seller.