With a mix of 1, 2, 3 bedroom & duplex apartments - the intuitive layouts are contemporary, keeping in mind privacy and comfort. Come home to an airy, welcoming lobby, and unwind at the landscaped courtyard which houses a swimming pool, spacious deck and kids play areas.
The Valley by Emaar is a lovely new neighborhood made up of contemporary townhouse complexes where life is inspired by the huge shimmering dunes and lush green open spaces. It is a self-contained community. Offering a harmonious blend of modern architecture and world-class amenities.
South Bay is a private gated neighborhood in Dubai South that offers 3-5 bedroom residential units centered around a lagoon. The project is being developed by Dubai South Properties and will be particularly appealing to people seeking a pleasant lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of Dubai.
The UAE's economy is thriving, having swiftly rebounded from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, positioning it as one of the early-recovering nations. Among residential buyers in the UAE, Europeans hold the foremost position. Additionally, Russian investors exhibit a strong affinity for the UAE, as evidenced by the doubling of real estate acquisitions by Russians in the Dubai Emirates. Here are some compelling factors that make Dubai a highly profitable investment destination, especially in the premier real estate offerings of Nshama.
UAE Golden Visa Benefits
One of the major perks of investing in Dubai is that it is a tax-free city and there are no residential property taxes. Anyone who has ever invested in foreign property and paid capital gains tax will know how big of an advantage this is.
Property investors will also want to ensure that their property is a home that others will want to lease. The tax-free environment makes Dubai an incredibly appealing place for professionals to move to and work, which in turn, provides for an ideal combination of no capital gains tax on your property and a steady demand for homes in Dubai.
The average rental yield hovers around 7% in the main areas of Dubai but can be as high as 10% in certain areas where there is strong housing demand. With bank interest loans hovering under 4% this makes investing in Dubai property attractive for professional property investors.