Villas in UAE
Property types in UAE
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, a foreigner can buy a villa in the freehold zone of Dubai and obtain a residence permit. The minimum amount of investment in real estate is AED750,000 (~$204,000) for obtaining a 2-year residence permit, and AED 2,000,000 (~$545,000) for obtaining a 10-year residence permit.
Yes, you can. Foreigners are allowed to buy property in special freehold zones in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. When buying a property worth AED 750,000 (~$204,000) or more, a foreigner can apply for a UAE resident visa.
The average price of a villa in Dubai is $626,000. The most expensive villas are located in the freehold zone of Dubai Sports City: the average cost of a villa here is $890,000. In Palm Jumeirah, the average price of a villa on the secondary market is $4,500,000. The lowest average price for villas in Nad Al Sheba 3 is $730,000.
You can buy a villa worth up to $750,000 in the following freehold zones: Meydan City, MBR City, Mudon, Town Square, and Reem. For example, the average cost of a two-bedroom villa in Meydan City is $500,000.
The cost of luxury villas in Dubai depends on the freehold zone, number of floors and rooms, sea proximity, and the availability of a swimming pool or private beach. The average cost of a luxury villa in Dubai is approximately $1,200,000.
The most expensive luxury villas are sold in Emirates Hills — the most fashionable freehold zone for buying a villa. There, prices for three-bedroom villas start at $2,000,000.
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