Sell Property in Dubai
When you decide to sell your home, you must first decide whether to sell through a real estate agent or privately.
A real estate agent is a professional with local market expertise and experience. They can give you with current information about prices, financing, marketing and general information about the housing market. An agent will act on your behalf, providing you with advice and guidance to help you objectively evaluate buyer offers.
Consider the reputation of the agency, the agent’s track record in sales and knowledge of the local area. On a personal level, consider how they present themselves and the rapport you have with them.
How Raine & Horne Can Help You
Raine & Horne has been providing professional advice and service since its establishment in 1883. The company enjoys a reputation and goodwill said to be unequalled in the industry.
For over 130 years, Raine & Horne has had one of the highest nationwide sales turnovers in the industry and enjoyed strong success through peaks and troughs in the market.
Raine & Horne is a powerful, widely respected brand associated with experience and quality service. Your property will be noticed by more buyers because of the reach and power of the brand.
To achieve our envied reputation as an Australian real estate leader, our agents receive the benefit of the latest marketing strategies and selling techniques.
Our website rhdubai.ae has easy to use resources for buyers, sellers, renters and landlords. It is an innovative service that facilitates trouble-free navigation and is consistently ranked as a top industry site, with tens of thousands of properties displayed and thousands of individual visitors recorded each day.
Our clients benefit from the flow of referrals and information from Raine & Horne’s extensive network of international offices.
When selling property with Raine & Horne, clients can make use of our creative marketing ideas, our ‘top of the class’ auction practice and our ability to offer national and international exposure.
Buy Property in Dubai
Buying a property requires a considerable amount of research, time, commitment and planning. The process outlined below suggests simple steps to consider before you start your property search.
What’s your budget?
First, determine what’s your budget and the area in which you wish to buy. If you need mortgage finance establish how much you can borrow to get an idea of what you can buy. Researching recent sales and the price of properties on the market should give a good indication of property values and an understanding of the market.
Identify what you want
Select the location
Choosing the right location is vital not just because it might add value to a property but because you (or your tenants) will have to live there too.
Look for up and coming areas and consider the edge of popular areas. The so-called ripple effect is the most common reason prices rise in an area. Also be aware of any future development plans which could affect the property’s value or your quality of life. It is important to consider proximity to transport, schools, shopping centres, recreation and local facilities and other amenities important to you.
Type of property
A villa is likely to be the most expensive type of property but for good reason. You are distanced from your neighbors and will generally have a garden and a swimming pool. Semi-detached houses, terraces and townhouses usually have an outdoor area and a degree of privacy. Apartments are generally smaller and tend to be more affordable and easier to maintain. Put together a shortlist of things that are important to you.