The Guide to Buying Dubai Commercial Property for Sale
We at tickrin.com have plenty of listings for commercial properties for sale in Dubai. With the variety of listings available there is sure to be something that will suit everyone’s pocket. However there are a lot of factors and procedures that go into the purchase or the sale of a property in Dubai and it is important that our customers are well aware of these. While our team is always there to guide you, being aware of these factors is always a good thing.
What Can an Agent do for You?
If you are considering a commercial property for sale in Dubai and you decide to employ the services of an agent to help you with the deal, you should be well aware of what this agent can and should do for you. It is important to understand that the role of an agent is merely to provide you with property options that meet your stated requirements. An agent will not get into highlighting the pros and cons of a property etc. for you.
What are the Additional Charges Involved?
When you purchase a commercial property for sale in Dubai there are additional costs involved as well besides just the cost of the property. Once you have decided on the property that you want to buy, our team will be happy to help you with the details of the additional costs that there might be. These costs could include: Charges for the municipality, Agents fee, Surveyor’s fee, solicitors fee, property insurance etc.
First Time Buyers
We have a lot of first time buyers who show interest in out Dubai commercial property for sale. Being a first time buyer, you might need a little more guidance and help which our team will be more than happy to help you with. We can help you find properties, apply for mortgages, help with agreements etc.
Have a Legal Presence
Before you decide on buying commercial property for sale in Dubai we would suggest that you hire a solicitor. Hiring of a solicitor is not a compulsory practice in Dubai but it is always a suggested on. A solicitor will be able to check on aspects of the property like its age, its history etc. It is also to be noted that most of the properties in Dubai are fairly new and hence they very rarely have problems but it is always recommended to have them checked out anyways.