Sell Dubai Property

Sell Dubai Property

Sell Dubai Property

Quite a few developments in Dubai were very popular with British property investors, such as Bermuda Views, Eagle Heights, Profile Residence (all in Dubai Sports City), the Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai Marina, Greens and International City apartments are other examples.

The market for property in Dubai, much like elsewhere in the world, fell off a cliff after 2007, hence the lack of building activity. In fact, Dubai stayed in growth mode until 2008, but when the decline came it was spectacular. Since 2009, and particularly in 2013 there was a concerted pick-up, but it tailed off somewhat in 2015 as Dubai’s property market recorded the largest fall in property prices in the world, at 15.5% in the first half of 2015. For a more in-depth analysis read our Dubai Property Prices article.

Help Selling a Dubai Property

If you do need to sell a property in Dubai, whether it has already completed or you’ve just put a deposit on the unit, then we at SellDubai.co.uk can certainly assist.

We have a database of contacts via our Dubai office, actively looking for property in the Emirate right now. These potential purchasers include end users, landlords, individual investors and institutional property buyers. On receipt of details of your property (or the property on which you have placed a deposit), we will inform the database of the availability of your unit. We normally receive offers on units within a matter of days.

Those on the database interested in purchasing your unit or your option on a unit, are in a position to act quickly. This is a huge advantage, because under normal market conditions you could be waiting quite a while to sell your property, especially if you are looking to sell an interest in a property (a deposit).

If you would like to see what you can achieve for your unit, drop a mail to info@selldubai.co.uk stating the development, unit number, size and stage of completion (as far as you are aware) and whether you’ve paid the 4% Registration Tax (due by the end of October 2015). We’ll then come back to you with firm offers for your property.

If you would like a reference to others who have dealt with us in the past please specify in your email and we will be happy to oblige.

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