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Description of UAE
Something of a playground for architects and developers over recent years, the United Arab Emirates has a property market that’s unlike that of any other on the planet. The stability of the Middle East’s economy has solidified the UAE as something of a safe haven for investment, which despite slowing in growth quite dramatically is still far from the boom and bust risk some analysts had warned of. Exclusive developments in Dubai, Ras Al Khaymah, Abu Dhabi and Ajman represent excellent opportunities for both long and short-term lets alike, while the resale market goes from strength to strength. Rental income tax is set at a very low 5 per cent and total transaction costs rarely stray above 9 per cent.

Current Property Prices in UAE

14 properties listed for sale in UAE

1 bed apartments:

2 listed for sale
£215,079 to £303,157
Average: £259,118

2 bed apartments:

1 listed for sale
£5,418,205 to £5,418,205
Average: £5,418,205

2 bed houses:

1 listed for sale
£290,550 to £290,550
Average: £290,550

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Key Facts:

Currency: AED
Time Zone: GST (UTC+4)
DialCode: +971
Languages: Arabic language
Capital: Abu Dhabi
Population: 4,106,427
GDP: $389.994 billion

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