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Sapphire Beach Residence

Sapphire Beach Residence

No. of Units: 190 Retail and F&B Units | Shared Community Pool and Gym | Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool Learn More
Indigo Beach Residence

Indigo Beach Residence

No. of Units: 167 Retail and F&B Outlets | Shared Community Pool and Gym | Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool Learn More
Azure Beach Residence

Azure Beach Residence

No. of Units: 164 Retail and F&B Units | Shared Community Pool and Gym | Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool Learn More
Cyan Beach Residence

Cyan Beach Residence

No. of Units: 167 Retail and F&B Units | Shared Community Pool and Gym | Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool Learn More
Shams Residences

Shams Residences

No. of Units: 59 Kids' pool, adults' pool, a gym and a playground | Proximity to retail offerings Learn More
Noor Residences

Noor Residences

No. of Units: 87 Shared Community Pool and Gym | Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool Learn More
Nada Residences

Nada Residences

No. of Units: 74 Shared, Dedicated Kids’ Playground and Pool | Proximity to retail offerings Learn More
Naseem Residences

Naseem Residences

No. of Units: 58 Community pool, gym and kids’ playground | Proximity to retail offerings Learn More
Sahab Residences

Sahab Residences

No. of Units: 54 Community pool, gym and kids’ playground | Proximity to retail offerings Learn More
Sama Residences

Sama Residences

No. of Units: 57 Kids’ pool, adults’ pool, a gym and kids’ playground | Walking distance from the beach | Proximity to retail offerings Learn More
Rimal Residences

Rimal Residences

No. of Units: 203 Adults’ adn kids pool, a gym and green spaces | Walking distance from the beach | Proximity to retail offerings | Access to Maryam Island Park
Jawaher Residence

Jawaher Residence

No. of Units: 198 Kids and Adults’ Pools | Gym | Playground | Located across Waterfront Promenade | Walking distance to the beach | Proximity to Retail Offerings

There are pros and cons to buying and renting an apartment in the UAE. It depends on your specific situation which option is better for you.

If you plan on staying for a long time, then buying an apartment in UAE may be a better option. This way, you will build up equity in your property and will not have to worry about renewing your lease every year.

However, buying an apartment also requires a more significant upfront investment than renting does. You will need to have a down payment and be able to obtain a mortgage. Not everyone is in a position to do this.

Renting an apartment is usually a more flexible option. You can generally find a place to rent relatively quickly, and it requires less of an upfront investment. However, you will have to renew your lease every year and will not build up any equity in the property.

Ultimately, deciding whether to rent or buy an apartment in the UAE depends on your specific situation. There are pros and cons to both options. You will need to consider your financial situation, how long you plan to stay in the UAE, and your priorities.

What to Consider Before You Buy or Rent an Apartment

There are many factors to consider when deciding to buy or rent an apartment in the UAE. The most important factor is budget. If you have a limited budget, renting may be your best option. Another essential factor to consider is whether you plan on living in the UAE for an extended period or not. If you are only planning to stay in the UAE for a short period, then renting may be the better option since you will not have to worry about selling the apartment when you leave.

Another factor to consider is the type of lifestyle you want to live. If you want to live in a luxurious apartment with all the amenities, then buying may be your best option. However, renting may be the better option if you are looking for a simpler lifestyle.

The final factor to consider is the amount of time you are willing to spend on apartment hunting. If you are not willing to spend a lot of time looking for an apartment, then buying may be the best option since there are many places where you can buy an apartment without having to spend a lot of time looking. However, if you are willing to spend more time looking for an apartment, then renting may be the better option since there are many more options available when you rent.

Conclusion

In the end, deciding whether to buy or rent an apartment in the UAE depends on your budget, plans, and lifestyle. If you are willing to spend more money and want to live in a luxurious apartment, then buying may be your best option. However, if you have a limited budget and are only planning to stay in the UAE for a short period, then renting may be the better option.

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