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Gross rental yields in Dubai among highest in world

By Parag Deulgaonkar

Published Wednesday, June 03, 2015

1-     The gross returns on investment from large to small apartments
ranges between 5.87 per cent and 7.21 per cent. (Patrick Castillo)

2-     Gross rental yields in Dubai are among the highest in the world,
with smaller apartments offering rental income of 7.21 per cent, according
to Global Property Guide.

3-     The gross returns on investment from large to small apartments
ranges between 5.87 per cent and 7.21 per cent, according to the website
that compiles and analyzes property price performance of the world's big
economies.

4-     In comparison, gross rental yields in Hong Kong stand at 2.82 per
cent, India 2.22 per cent and Singapore 2.83 per cent, while London is
between 2.72 per cent and 3.20 per cent. Hence, it is onne of the factors
driving Indians, Pakistanis and British citizens to invest over Dh5 billion
in the realty market here in the first quarter 2015.

5-     Looking from the landlord's point of view, these rental levels mean
that a 75 sqm apartment can earn rental income of around Dh6239, or $1,700
per month, while 120 sqm and 160 sqm apartments can earn rental incomes of
around $2,700 and $3,700 per month, respectively, and 225 sqm apartments
can earn a monthly rental income of around $4,800 per month.

6-     The rental yields research indicates that some good fundamentals
underpin Dubai's property market. Medium-sized apartments (120 sqm and 160
sqm) sell for an average of $4,000 per sqm, large apartments (225 sqm) cost
more, around $4,300 per sqm and smaller apartments (75 sqm) are cheaper,
selling for around $3,700 per sqm.

7-     Rents have not fallen at the pace of price decline, therefore yields
remain high. Moreover, master developers have been trying to reduce service
charges, helping owners to pay less for maintenance of their building and
community.



8-     Dubai is expected to create over 277,000 new jobs in the run up to
the Expo 2020 with the market not likely to face any oversupply in the
housing market.

Source:

http://www.emirates247.com/news/emirates/why-you-should-buy-a-property-in-dubai-now-click-to-know-2015-06-03-1.592630



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