Freehold and Leasehold property in Dubai

UAE is home to numerous expatriates, this facilitates the need for an opportunity for these expats to purchase permanent homes in the country. In Dubai expatriates can purchase houses under leasehold or as freehold. Sometimes the term ‘leasehold’ area was used to describe a place in Dubai where only GCC nationals could buy, whereas ‘freehold’ was considered to be ex-pats…

Mirdif: A well connected suburbia

Once seemingly miles outside of Dubai, Mirdif has grown into a well connected suburbia- with an array shops, nurseries, schools and its own malls – Mirdif Uptown and Mirdif City Centre. Mirdif is a popular choice for families looking to find affordable housing in Dubai. It is located on the outer edge of the city close to the Dubai airport. Strategically placed away from the big…

Mirdif: A home tucked away from the noise of the city

In recent years Mirdif has evolved into a fast growing residential area in the south-east of Dubai, fuelled by easy access to Dubai airport and excellent handy local facilities. Positioned perfectly between Al Khawaneej Road and Tripoli Road, the area has become hugely popular with the expat community, but there are also quite a few locals who still call the…