STEP BY STEP GUIDE
TO SELLING PROPERTIES
IN DUBAI

Selling your property is a crucial period with so many decisions to make that can act as a key determiner which could either lead you to a profit or a loss. It can be a hectic time period but if done right can lead to a smooth sale transaction. Here is your go to guide on selling properties here in Dubai

1 PROPERTY PRESENTATION

Appearance is key. Presenting your property at its best whether it is cleaning your home, handling repairs or maintenance issues, fixing up your garden or even putting on a new layer of paint can determine the sale of your property. This will not only help sell property fast but also increase chances for good offers from potential buyers.

2 FINDING AN AGENT

Work with a good RERA certified broker who has the relevant market knowledge of properties in Dubai. Here, they can share advice and insight on the property area you are selling at. Working with an agent from a reputable agency who is able to use marketing strategies to promote your property online and offline can help generate a higher response from a wide clientele.

3 MARKET APPRAISALS

After choosing your agent, a marketing appraisal will be done via visiting your property. The selling price are determined through facts based on location, property type and similar properties around the area in order to help secure the best selling price for your property.

4 MARKETING YOUR HOME

Form A will need to be signed between broker and seller in order sell or market property online. Marketing is a significant stage. Professional photographs and descriptions will be taken and posted with some agencies offering 3D tours set on different marketing channels online in order to generate leads.

5 VIEWINGS

Brokers will invite potential buyers for property viewings so it is best to keep the property at its best condition. On behalf of the seller, the broker will assist in any questions or related queries made to the property. During this phase, there will be some offers coming up and brokers will report back and begin the negotiation stage

6 MOU

When the right buyer comes along, an MOU will be required to be signed. The MOU is simply a non-binding contract that instates the details of both parties’ responsibilities and requirements.

7 APPLYING FOR NOC

All parties including the agent will meet at the developer’s office to apply for an NOC to sell the property. Someone from the developer’s office will then visit the property once an NOC is applied to ensure all outstanding charges are paid for.

8 UTILITY DEACTIVATION

All parties including the agent will meet at the developer’s office to apply for an NOC to sell the property. Someone from the developer’s office will then visit the property once an NOC is applied to ensure all outstanding charges are paid for.

9TRANSFER DAY

After an NOC is issued, the parties will then visit the DLD office to begin the property transfer to the new buyer. Once all documents and formalities are completed, a new title deed will be issued to the new buyer.

At Indus, our highly trained team can help you market your property and assist you thorough the sale process. Contact us today to know more.

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