August 13, 2022

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Umm Suqeim.. the most popular area in Dubai to rent villas from early 2022

Umm Suqeim.. the most popular area in Dubai to rent villas from early 2022

A recent report by Bayut.com, a website specializing in real estate research, confirmed that Umm Suqeim is one of the most popular areas in Dubai for housing (rental) in the first months of 2022, due to the abundance of services and entertainment. It has facilities like restaurants, schools, hospitals and parks.

According to the report, Umm Suqeim is classified among high-end residential areas due to its luxury villas, high-end amenities and services and its strategic location on and adjacent to the famous “Jumeirah Beach” street in Dubai. It is bordered by Jumeirah District to the north and Al Sufuh to the south, while Umm Al-Sheif, Al-Manara and Al-Safa are located in the west of the region.

Housing in Umm Suqeim is ideal for those who love hiking and outdoor activities as the area is adjacent to the Jumeirah beach while the area is divided into five sub-communities which are Umm Suqeim 1, Umm Suqeim 2 and Umm Suqeim 3. Umm Suqeim. Street, and Madinat Jumeirah Living.

According to the report, the “Umm Suqeim 1” complex has several luxury residences that combine both modern and old, giving it its own aesthetic, while the rent of the villas is around 265,000 dirhams per year.

As for the “Umm Suqeim 2” complex, it includes luxury villas and townhouses catering to all tastes and a group of unique educational institutions.

The average rent for villas with different locations suitable for medium and large families is around 282,000 dirhams per year.

The Bayut.com report pointed to the Umm Suqeim 3 complex, which offers villas for rent with stunning designs, with an average price of 255,000 dirhams per year, while options for villas vary between two and six bedrooms.

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