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A list of commonly asked questions with drop down answers.

Buying during the construction stage usually allows you to select the best properties and generally includes a pre negotiated discount price directly from the developer.

Buying a property in the UK and Dubai can appear to be a complex process. To simplify the process, we have put together a simple and clear guide for investing in property, explaining all formalities and procedures clearly.

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No, the UK promotes overseas investment and has long been considered a safe buying option for non-residents.

In Dubai, foreign ownership is allowed in areas which are designated as freehold. Foreigners (who don’t live in the UAE), and expatriate residents may acquire freehold ownership rights over property, or leasehold rights for up to 99 years.

Title deeds are issued by the Land Department in the emirate. There is no age limit to owning property in Dubai.

Yes, Perfectly Linked Properties has links with leading real estate agencies in each area so when you are ready to sell your property we will be available to assist you with your exit strategy.

The Show home will be a good measure of the quality of your house / apartment’s finish, although not identical.  We advise that you document what you expect and ask any questions you have regarding the finished product you will receive.  There are usually many different plot types within every development, sometimes with different budgets.  We can guide you through the options.

Yes, you can get a mortgage for an off-plan property.  It’s best to speak to your mortgage broker or financial adviser to find a loan that best suits your situation.

It’s worth noting that fixing your interest rate is one way to minimise exposure to interest rate rises. However, locking in a fixed loan rate may mean you may have to pay an early repayment charge if you want to pay the loan back early.

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