Seeking accommodation in Dubai might be tough to deal with. Therefore, the city’s launch of co-living spaces aims to alleviate most of the stressful events for short-term renters. Have you recently relocated to Dubai and secured employment? Looking for a temporary residence for several weeks or months? Then look at the city’s new ‘co-living’ choices. It will suit your pocket and don’t fret about sharing your room with a stranger.
The Benefits Of Co-Living Spaces In Dubai
Developers of co-living housing are presenting monthly mortgage alternatives (with no deposits, if necessary), zero broker commissions, and no utility deposits. The flats are normally furnished and equipped with all of the extras that residents may require for their profession. Individuals can arrange accommodation for periods ranging from 15 days to months, with simple payment options. The only difference is that such renters are not bound by one-year leases. Isn’t it beneficial? And if you plan to move out, then only 30 days prior notice would be enough. It’s a great deal for people who wish to live a freelancer’s life in Dubai.
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Go House-Hunting In These Areas
The immediate next question that strikes your mind is the area to live in. In Dubai, every area is so full of glam and life that you can fit in anywhere easily. But yes, the difference that marks such areas is the price to pay. You can start your process of house hunting by deciding on a budget. It can take some time to settle into a new environment and discover the areas that best suit your interests and needs. Do you want to be in the thick of things? You might have interest in Downtown Dubai and Dubai Marina. Do you need an additional room? Choose from JVT, JVC, Mira, Green Community, Arabian Ranches, and more primary function residential areas in Dubai.
Those who opt to stay can select from studio to four-bedroom flats, which vary in size and cost. You’ll have your own private living space, but you’ll also have access to shared amenities.
So, how can you receive the keys to your own base of co-living space? You will need an Emirates ID and sign annual contracts. To move in, tenants must pay two months’ rent, one of which is a refundable deposit.