Tenant’s Guide


Make a checklist

Create a list of the things that you consider when choosing a property. Include the location, budget, length of stay, type of property, parking space, and so on.

Search for your ideal property

Using our website, you can search for properties based on location, price, details of the property, and shortlist the ones that you like.

Work with a broker

Look for a trust-worthy, RERA-registered broker. Working with an expert will help you negotiate the terms of the lease with your future landlord. Your broker must be knowledgeable about the area that you are targeting.

Schedule Multiple Viewings

You might want to spend time scanning the area and the property. This will be a huge factor when deciding which property to rent. You can even arrange a second visit if necessary, for you to imagine what it would be like to live there.

Negotiate

The next thing to do is act quickly and negotiate the offer with your landlord. At this point, you will be required to provide necessary documents like your visa and Emirates ID, cheque deposits, and rental payment.

Sign the Contract

Once everything has been finalized, an agreement will be signed. You will also need to register the Ejari contract and Dubai Water and Electricity (DEWA) connection before moving in.

Move-in Day

Some properties in Dubai requires a tenant to secure a move-in permit before they can move-in. Make sure to ask your landlord or broker for assistance. After that, you are all set to move-in!

Make a checklist

Create a list of the things that you consider when choosing a property.