You can now buy a house in the UAE and get a 12-year visa and business license
You can now buy a house in the UAE and get a 12-year visa and business license

You can now buy a house in the UAE and get a 12-year visa and business license

A UAE property developer is offering the deal of a lifetime as every house purchase comes with a 12-year Visa and a business license.

The deal gets even better as the properties include those with a seafront or golf course view. Seafront please!

The deal is on offer to investors of ready-to-move-in-homes at the Al Hamra development in Ras Al Khaimah.

Apartments start from AED292,000, with five year payment plans available.

And it’s thought that UAE visa and property deals could be a new strategy for property developers as they look to bounce back from 2020.

“Ras Al Khaimah, named as the Gulf Tourism Capital for 2021, is now the fastest-growing tourism and investment destination in the region,” said Benoy Kurien, Group CEO of Al Hamra. “With the launch of our new package, we are offering an opportunity for investors to buy into Al Hamra as well as set up a company under their own business licence.

“The new package aims to attract entrepreneurs, freelancers, consultants and seniors – anyone looking to live and work in the UAE.”

Is this a real picture of villas in Dubai?

A photo on the internet of villas in Dubai has gone viral, with many convinced that the photo is fake or that it’s been Photoshopped.

The photo shows a series of villas in the Nad Al Sheba neighbourhood. And with the incredible symmetry and colour changes, it does look like something that’s been computer made.

Is this a real picture of villas in Dubai?
Is this a real picture of villas in Dubai?

Users on Reddit thought the photo of villas in Dubai had been edited. Another commented that it looked like something out of Sim City.

But the photo is actually a real one. It shows the Nad Al Sheba Villas near Sheikh Zayed Road built by Nakheel. There are 1,572 Mediterranean and Moroccan-style four and five bedroom villas.

The villas cost around AED2.3 million. And hopefully a subscription to Google Maps as it looks like it’ll be very easy to get lost around there!