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1st February 2015

Buying a residential property in Dubai, particular one’s dream home, takes research, planning and a helpful checklist. There are so many residential properties for sale in Dubai it’s hard to know where to begin – starting with location is generally the easiest. If the property is being purchased to flip then your decision involves selecting a residential property for sale in Dubai in a community that will be popular way into the future; and, that will or has been quality constructed so that will hold its value for the long term. If it’s about finding a dream home to live in then the unit has to match the lifestyle of the buyer. When buying a residential property in Dubai, look for a well-maintained building with a reputable property management company, so the investment will endure for the long term. In your due diligence make sure the contractor is dependable and has a reputation for quality construction so you’re not left with a property that looked nice at the beginning but doesn’t last into the future. Finances are usually at the top of the list when considering where one should choose to buy a residential property in Dubai.

There are a number of options available to potential buyers in Dubai with flexible mortgages and payment plans on competitive offer. It is also advisable to set up a local bank account when purchasing a Dubai property. When buying a residential property in Dubai make sure you deal with a reputable property agent who will give you honest feedback as he or she helps you sift through the endless promises attached to the hundreds of residential properties for sale in Dubai online or in print. Once the investment is settled, make sure you select a maintenance company with a dependable reputation and one that charges fairly and deals ethically, so you cover all your bases in the long-term upkeep of your new purchase. Paperwork required for buying as an individual versus a company is different; be sure to get all the information you need as part of your due diligence; it is also advisable to ensure you are familiar with all legal rules and guidelines that govern buying a residential property for sale in Dubai.

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