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Dubai Land Department updates 2018 rental index

DUBAI, 23 days ago

Dubai Land Department (DLD) has announced that the rental index has been updated for 2018, confirming that the new update is for all residential, commercial and industrial properties in the emirate.

DLD’s specialists have adopted a variety of mechanisms to carry out the upgrade process, including reading the average data of tenancy contracts registered in the ‘Ejari’ system and the real estate data and units registered in DLD’s databases, reported Wam, the Emirates official news agency.

The new rental index includes all areas of the emirate, all types of property, and indexes for new projects. For the first time this year, a land rent index has been added for land with annually renewable lease contracts.

Mohammed Yahya, deputy executive director of the Rental Affairs Sector at DLD, said: "The rental index is based on a calculation of the increase in rental values, reflecting average rents in different areas, the rental value of registered leases, and the properties offered for leasing. Updating the rental index once a year helps us to maintain transparency in rental transactions for the various properties available for leasing throughout the emirate. This limits conflict between the parties involved, especially as it is a reference that everyone can rely on."

The index is based on Decree 43 for 2013, which determines rental fee increases in the emirate of Dubai.

The same decree sets an increase of 10 per cent of the rental value for the real estate unit if the rental fee is between 21 per cent and 30 per cent of the average wage, an increase of 15 per cent if the rental fee is 31 per cent to 40 per cent less than the average wage, and an increase of 20 per cent if the rental fee is less than 40 per cent of the average wage.




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