Step-by-Step Guide to Moving Rental Houses in DubaiE. Ali
Moving houses all over the world can be exhausting. If you’re moving to Dubai, there are a few things you should do first. When relocating to Dubai, there are numerous factors to consider. The following steps will assist you in ensuring that you are prepared for any house shifting in Dubai.
Notify Your Landlord, Your Community or the Building Where You Are Moving:
According to Dubai property laws, you must give the landlord at least 90 days’ notice before terminating a tenancy agreement. If you have obtained the current tenancy, you should also notify a Dubai real estate agent. They should be able to help you. You might be able to start looking for a new place to rent or buy a villa in Dubai.
If necessary, schedule a Dubai moving company
Moving companies in Dubai provide packages that ensure efficient relocation. Maintenance, decorating, and moving packages are also available. You can purchase a package that includes re-decorating your home, packing and moving your belongings, and then relocating them.
Restore the villa/apartment in its original location
It is not the tenant’s responsibility for restoring the property to its original condition, but a good tenant will leave it in a perfect state. You can repair any holes, replace paint or fix doors.
You can also search for homes in the meantime
Visit websites like Property Finder or Dubizzle. Discuss your requirements and preferences with your agent. Because Dubai is well-known for its excellent real estate market, new properties are listed every hour. You’ll find your next home soon.
Schedule an inspection of the current villa or apartment
Your landlord, real estate agent, or power of attorney will come to inspect the condition. You will be held liable for any damage discovered. You can also use your original deposit to have them repair any damage that remains after you’ve moved.
Pay important sign tenancy contract or deposits
You will need to make the necessary deposits after you have chosen a house. You will need to pay 5% of your rental amount as a landlord deposit, and 5% for agency fees. A new tenancy contract will also be signed.
The building management can issue permits for move-in and move-out
If you intend to move into an apartment, you must obtain a building management permit. However, if you are moving into a community, you must obtain both the move-in and move-out permits from the management.
Obtain a NOC from your landlord allowing you to move
This is something that many people overlook. You will need a NOC from your landlord in order to move. The NOC will then be transferred to the new building or community management to ensure that your landlord has granted permission to move. An NOC is used to settle any disagreements or concerns that may arise between the landlords and the new building.
Pay the last DEWA bill
Inform DEWA at the end of your current tenancy that you wish to finish the final bill. You can also use the DEWA website’s move-in option. Dubai DEWA deposits are AED 2000 for an apartment and AED 4000 for a villa.
Your contribution will be credited to your DEWA account. This will be used in the new house’s first bill. If you cancel DEWA, your remaining deposit will be returned to you once the final bill has been paid.
The law amendment concerning Dubai’s EJARI went into effect in 2017. In 2017, Dubai implemented a law change concerning the EJARI. This is essential. It’s possible that you’ll be without power for several hours while the nix connects to your account. According to DEWA, it can take up to a day, but it usually takes 6 to 10 hours. This is why you should plan your shift accordingly.
Please complete the property inspection form
When you move into your first apartment or villa move in Dubai, you will be given an inspection form. This form will allow you to specify any issues or damage that the landlord must address immediately, either before moving in or within the first week.
Many contracts require this process to be completed within 48 hours. Any new problems that arise after the 48-hour period will be the responsibility of the new tenants. This does not apply if the problem is not of the type you agreed to in your Dubai tenancy contract.
First, double-check the Internet service provider that is being used in your new neighbourhood. Many people are already prepared to use Etisalat or Du. You can upgrade or change your package if you have the same ISP. You must cancel your old account and open a new one with the ISP you have set up at the new address.
Do you home shop?
This is going to be your favourite part. Home shopping for your new home is an option. If you have expanded your home, you will require more furniture and goods. If that is the case, you should go to the Carrefour store. This store is great for finding white goods at a low cost. You can also browse the entire home section of the Mall of the Emirates. For new products, you can also visit IKEA or ACE Hardware in Dubai Festival City.