Those of you who are looking to rent a house in Abu Dhabi this year, check out what are the hottest places to live here!
If you’re looking to move to Abu Dhabi this year, one question that might have popped into your mind in where to rent in Abu Dhabi in 2015? No worries, you can now see what are the trendiest locations and whether they are suitable for your own needs. Read on and make up your mind regarding your next home!
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Saadiyat Island. Of course, there couldn’t be any other destination to occupy the first place than Saadiyat Island. Although all the areas in Abu Dhabi are a great choice if you decide to rent here, you should be seriously considering this one in particular. Why? Because the area is among the most well developed ones and it is expected to develop even more throughout this year. To be more precise, the cultural scene can’t be missed, with the upcoming Guggenheim and Louvre Abu Dhabi. If you have children, a good place to inform yourself about is the Cranleigh School, recently opened. If you have a big family for instance, a good idea is to rent a six-bedroom villa for a little more than 870.000 AED per year, which includes access to the pool.
Al Raha Beach. If you’re looking for a bargain, this is the place to come! And this happens because here you can find lots of buildings recently finished, which is why the owners are seeking to rent them as quickly as possible, therefore the prices are slightly lower than in other communities. That’s why this is a great place to rent in Abu Dhabi in 2015 for the families who are on a budget and who want to keep their expenses under strict surveillance. For a family with several kids, a duplex apartment with four bedrooms will cost around 190.000 AED per year, including access to a private beach and sea view.
Reem Island. Placed closely to downtown Abu Dhabi, this destination is also worth considering by those who want to rent in Abu Dhabi in 2015. It is extremely convenient because it’s close to the Abu Dhabi Corniche, the Al Maryah Island and other points of interest. However, here you should expect prices to grow until the end of the year, but for the moment you can find apartments with two bedrooms, for instance for somewhere between 120.000 and 150.000 AED. Alternatively, you can even find three-bedroom apartments in Marina Square for around 130.000 AED, therefore an ideal option for young couples or professionals who travel a lot.
Downtown Abu Dhabi. What can be better than living right in the heart of the city, close to anything you need? Together with the older district Khalidiya, Downtown Abu Dhabi is expected to have low rent rises this year. Being older than the rest of the areas, here you will find older buildings that generally do not have access to any outside space, but if you look thoroughly you can still find new buildings. Depending on the facilities, a two-bedroom apartment can cost between 100.000 AED and 160.000 AED per year.
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