Life in Dubai
Dubai is the ideal city for you
Ranks as the 7th safest city in the world for citizens, residents, and visitors
Has a vision to leverage the power of emerging technologies to make Dubai the happiest city on Earth
Boasts state-of-the-art roads, ports and airports serving as one of the world’s busiest gateways into the region for business, commerce, and tourism
A Melting Pot of Cultures
Is a home for expats from over 200 nationalities all living and working side by side
Offers an incredibly diverse range of events and leisure activities for everyone in a vibrant, cosmopolitan setting
Offers world-class school education through 16 different curricula and access to over 60 prestigious international universities
Merging Health and Innovation
One of the world’s top 20 healthcare markets in the world and a global leader in bio-tech development
Hosts the world’s busiest airport that connects passengers to more than 240 destinations across six continents on more than 100 airlines
“After graduation I never planned on living in the UAE.
I thought I'd come here and get a good education, but I never thought of it as a destination... but I've been here four years since then. There's nowhere else I want to be.
I feel more at home here than anywhere else”
“I fell in love with Dubai 18 years ago when we opened up at the Creek, years ago look what's happened to Dubai since then, it's been incredible.
So, it is a foodie city for me, highly competitive, great market, huge European sector descend upon Dubai now, more than ever before, guaranteed weather, guaranteed good food and an amazing beach”
I decided to study in Dubai instead of the USA and Canada because I wanted to live and learn in a safe and nice environment.
Dubai offers everything I was looking for: a modern city with an international society, international cuisine, as well as beach life and of course sunshine!”
More about life in Dubai
Buy and Rent a Residential Property in Dubai
The real estate market in Dubai is so abundant that it caters to both tenants and buyers’ different needs and demands, supported by flexible real estate regulations allowing UAE and GCC citizens to own properties anywhere in Dubai, as well as foreign expats to buy and lease their properties in specific areas in Dubai.
Getting Your Residency In Dubai
Individuals who wish to relocate to Dubai can find flexible visa options. UAE offers multi-year residencies for investors, students, professionals, remote workers and even retirees. Also, holders of a Dubai residency are eligible to sponsor their immediate family members.
Registering Your Will In Dubai
Expats living in Dubai are encouraged to register their wills at Dubai Courts or the DIFC courts, as per the Law No. (15) of 2017 which was designed to regulate inheritance for non-Muslim over 21 years old residents in Dubai, to distribute their movable or immovable assets as per preference.
Real Estate / Housing in Dubai
With an ever-growing population and thousands of foreign workers relocating to Dubai annually to expand their careers in a safe, cosmopolitan, and global trading hub, it is hard to miss why Dubai is a haven for real estate investment.