Real Estate Investment
"Real estate investing, even on a very small scale, remains a tried-and-true means of building an individual's cash flow and wealth"

Diversify your investment by building real estate portfolio.

The real estate market in Dubai is so abundant that it caters to both tenants’ and buyers’ different needs and demands, supported by flexible real estate regulations allowing UAE and GCC citizens to own properties anywhere in Dubai, as well as foreign ex-pats to buy and lease their properties in specific areas in Dubai.

From apartments in low-rise, mid-rise, and high-rise buildings and skyscrapers to villa compounds and townhouse communities, the city offers a wide variety of reasonably priced residential units, helping to make Dubai the perfect home.

Individuals who wish to relocate to Dubai and become legal residents are met with a highly flexible and versatile UAE visa policy that offers multi-year residencies for investors, students, professionals, remote workers, and even retirees.

Holders of a Dubai residency are eligible to sponsor their immediate family members. Holding a valid residency is essential to applying for the Emirates ID card, opening a bank account, acquiring a UAE driving license, signing up for Etisalat or Du mobile and home packages, and accessing many other services.

Fin Xpert Solutions professional and experienced team of real estate investment specialists can guide you through the process and will assist you after carefully analyzing market conditions and trends. We at Fin Xpert Solutions will assist customers in choosing the most sensible, inexpensive plan of action for expanding their enterprise and assisting our customers in reaching their goals.

Registering Your Will In Dubai

Expats investing, working, and living in Dubai are highly encouraged to write and register their will at the Dubai Courts or the DIFC courts. In case of death with no registered will, the UAE Law of Inheritance will be applied to distribute the deceased person’s assets per the Sharia Law and can also affect the guardianship of their children.

To avoid such a scenario, Law No. (15) of 2017 was designed to regulate inheritance, wills, and probate for non-Muslims in Dubai, stipulating that any non-Muslim person who is over the age of 21, and has children below the age of 21 years or owns assets in Dubai – movable or immovable – needs to make a will.

To ensure that guardianship and assets are secured and distributed according to their wishes, expats may register their will either at the Dubai Courts Public Notary or the DIFC Wills Service Center. The process can be completed individually or through legal consultancy agencies.