Many people around the world consider moving to live and work in UAE due to the boom of the economy in the Emirates and the good living conditions. You will certainly find it rewarding to move to Dubai, but before you do so you have to make all the necessary arrangements concerning your immigrant status, job placement and living. You are highly recommended to secure a job and a work visa before looking for accommodation in the emirate. Then you can check out the properties for rent in Dubai.
Renting a Dubai property is quite easy even for expatriates, but finding the right place might prove to be more difficult. The first thing that you have to consider is the type of accommodation that you want to secure. If you are coming to the country on your own, you can readily look for a one bedroom apartment. Those who are on a restricted budget and are searching to find cheaper accommodation can consider sharing an apartment with someone else. You do not have to have a friend in the emirate to do so. You will be able to find plenty of offers for shared accommodation in Dubai from people of different occupations and from different nationalities. Those workers coming to the country with their families should consider renting larger apartments such as two and three bedroom ones. You may also want to opt for a villa if you think one will suit your lifestyle best.
There are a number of other important factors that you have to take into account before renting a property in Dubai. The location is extremely important. You would want to be able to travel to work as easily and quickly as possible. It is best to look for a property that is near the office you will be working in. A lot of people moving to Dubai prefer to live in a residential complex. The apartments and villas for rent in these are the most abundant and there are a number of advantages of living in such a place. You will find a fully furbished home, which is certainly a benefit. There is internet access and cable TV in every property. You will find shops, gardens and recreational facilities for adults and children. Therefore, you can readily consider renting a property in a residential complex.
The property prices in Dubai have climbed up in the first quarter of 2010. The increase is with around 2% on average. The same is applicable to the rental prices they are increasing even though they are not expected to reach the high levels from early 2009. Generally, you will have to pay more for renting accommodation in the popular luxury residential complexes in the marina and downtown areas. A fully furbished property of the same size in a more modest complex will cost you half the price. In the future months more newly developed properties will be listed on the market. This increase is the supply side is likely to have a downward pressure on the rental prices, but they might not actually fall.