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Landvest Dubai offers a comprehensive selection of Dubai rental properties. Dubai rental properties are very popular in the Jumeirah beach area. Dubai rental properties are sought after by a mixed type of clientele from expatriates to local residents. Dubai rental properties range in terms of cost from £4,000 GBP to rent a studio to £15,000 GBP for a 3 bedroom apartment or villa.
Dubai rental properties in Dubai, rent is usually paid in advance for either 6 months or 12 months in 2 checks in advance. If payment is made by cheques, most landlords will limit it to 2 to 4 cheque payments. Dubai rental properties in most cases require the payment of a refundable security deposit of 500 to 5,000 dirhams. With Dubai rental properties utility bills are paid by the tenant. With Dubai rental properties it is a requirement that a refundable deposit of 1,000 to 2,000 AED security deposit must be paid to the landlord for usage of utilities. Certain Dubai rental properties also require the payment of a 10% municipal tax.
Dubai rental properties contracts in the UAE are for 12 months which are renewable at the discretion of the landlord. Dubai rental properties contracts in Sharjah, is for a period of three years. With Dubai rental properties landlords are not allowed to increase rent until contract renewable date. Dubai rental properties on renewal, a landlord is not allowed to increase the rent by more than 20% (7% in Dubai as of 4th Jan. 2006).
With Dubai rental properties if a dispute occurs between the tenant and landlord on the price increase, arbitration can be taken to the Municipality's Rent Control Committee for a settlement. Dubai rental properties to file a case with the Rent Control Committee will incur charges of 500AED. Dubai rental properties cases with the Rent Control Committee can take anything from 6 weeks to 6 months for a hearing.