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1step propertiesAre you thinking of moving within Dubai? A survey has been done and shows more people are moving out of town and into the suburbs
The results of an online survey of 200 Dubai residents conducted by, a comparison site for home services: 82 per cent experienced an increase in rents when they last renewed their rental contracts, even though we are told rents seem to be stabilizing. Read more

ask louiseQuestionWhen a property changes owner with a sitting tenant inside. What should the new owner be doing according to UAE law? Read more

dfsdfSome landlords use the contract to increase their rents to market rates, say tenants

There is good news for tenants in Dubai. You can’t be evicted that easily on the pretext that you have signed a non-renewable contract with your landlord.

Tenancy contracts issued with non-renewable clause are invalid, according to a tenant who got a decision in his favour from the Dubai rent dispute settlement centre.

The dispute centre rejected a case filed by a landlord who had given a 12-month eviction notice to a tenant, saying, “it was not a valid notice and the notice should be through public notary.” Read more

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