Dubai’s Rent Prices To Ease With Rise In Property Supply – Realty Plus Magazine

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As Dubai’s real estate market continues to grow, the rise in property supply is likely to provide some relief to rent prices in the market. In its latest Dubai residential market note, CBRE expects rent prices in Dubai to continue to increase but not at the same pace. Several key prime residential neighbourhoods are heading towards single-digit growth in 2024 as affordability constraints begin to catch up.

According to data from the Dubai Land Department, the number of rental registrations in the year to date to May 2024 reached a total of 255,178, marking an annual increase of 5.9 percent. A 12.2 percent growth in rental registration renewals drove this increase. Meanwhile, new contract registrations declined by 3.7 percent. Tenants in Dubai are preferring to renew their rent registrations as the rate of rental growth in certain areas has continued to rise.


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The robust levels of demand continue to drive performance in Dubai’s rent market. From the beginning of 2024 to May, average residential rent prices in Dubai increased by 21.1 percent, up from 20.8 percent growth in April. CBRE attributes this increases to a 22.2 percent rise in average apartment rent prices and a 13.1 percent increase in average villa rent prices.

In May 2024, the average apartment and villa rent stood at AED126,598 and AED352,572 per annum, respectively. The report reveals that the highest annual apartment rents were in Palm Jumeirah, where asking rents reached an average of AED272,867. Meanwhile, Al Barari recorded the highest villa rent prices, where rent reached an average of AED1,391,242.

Higher rent prices in Dubai’s core and prime residential areas have led to a spillover into secondary communities, which are now recording considerable increases in rents on an annual basis.Looking ahead, CBRE expects that rental rates will continue to increase but not at the same pace. The report noted that rent price growth rates in Dubai are heading towards single-digit growth.

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