Villas for rent in Dubai
Locations in Dubai with Villas
- AED120,000YearlyMira Oasis 2, Mira Oasis, Reem, DubaiVilla342,565 sqft
- AED110,000YearlyTown Square, DubaiVilla452,963 sqft
Great 4-BR Villa|FOR RENT|Hayat Townhouses
- AED110,000YearlyMirdif Hills, Mirdif, DubaiVilla342,700 sqft
Spacious 3-BR Villa FOR RENT|110K|4Chqs
- AED200,000YearlyAl Manara, DubaiVilla55,500 sqft
Newly Built Independent 5BR Villa for Rent
- AED165,000YearlyCedre Villas, Dubai Silicon Oasis, DubaiVilla454,064 sqft
1 Month Free Plus Free Maintenance throughout the Contract
- AED170,000YearlyUmm Suqeim 1, Umm Suqeim, DubaiVilla444,500 sqft
LUXURIOUS 4 BED VILLA IN UMM SUQEIM. . . .
- AED150,000YearlyAl Badaa, DubaiVilla333,500 sqft
3 BR FULLY RENOVATED VILLA IN Al BADAA. . .
- AED138,000YearlyUmm Suqeim 1, Umm Suqeim, DubaiVilla334,000 sqft
3 Beds | Compound Villa | Community View
- AED150,000YearlyUmm Suqeim 3, Umm Suqeim, DubaiVilla444,000 sqft
Beautiful 4 Bed|Large garden|shared pool. . .
- AED129,998YearlyMira 1, Mira, Reem, DubaiVilla442,524 sqft
Type 2E | Elegant Villa 4 BR+ Maids Rooms | Peace full Location|
- AED129,999YearlyMira 1, Mira, Reem, DubaiVilla442,524 sqft
Mira 1 | Vacant | 2E Type | With Maids Room |
- AED230,000YearlyMirador 1, Mirador, Arabian Ranches, DubaiVilla564,947 sqft
Type 11 | 5BR + M | Mirador 1 | Arabian Ranches
- AED245,000YearlyJumeirah 1, Jumeirah, DubaiVilla445,000 sqft
Luxury 4 Bed|Garden |Shared Pool|Shared Gym
- AED140,000YearlyThe Villa, DubaiVilla563,600 sqft
Grab the Offer! Cheapest 5BR A1 Villa in The Villa
- AED160,000YearlyThe Villa, DubaiVilla564,500 sqft
Perfect Location | 5BR A3 Villa in The Villa at Affordable Price
- AED178,000YearlyThe Villa, DubaiVilla565,700 sqft
Private Pool | Good Community w/ 5BR B2 Villa in The Villa!
- AED110,000YearlyThe Springs 7, The Springs, DubaiVilla231,794 sqft
End Unit |2 Bedroom + Study | Springs 7 | For Rent
- AED95,000YearlyMira Oasis 1, Mira Oasis, Reem, DubaiVilla342,295 sqft
Brand new 3BR + Maid |Type A| Mira Oasis 1| Reem Community
- AED90,000YearlyMira Oasis 2, Mira Oasis, Reem, DubaiVilla342,295 sqft
Type I | 3BR + Maid | Mira Oasis 2| Reem Community
- AED160,000YearlyPrime Villas, Dubai Sports City, DubaiVilla453,315 sqft
Private Garden 4BR w/ Maids Laundry Room
- AED140,000YearlyThe Springs 3, The Springs, DubaiVilla323,716 sqft
Luxury Villa | Lake view| HOT DEAL
- AED150,000YearlyUptown Mirdif, Mirdif, DubaiVilla453,500 sqft
Modern style ! 4 Bedroom Villa For Rent with Private Pool
- AED115,000YearlyTown Square, DubaiVilla342,890 sqft
Spacious 3br + Maids Villa for Rent in Townsquare
- AED130,000YearlyMira 1, Mira, Reem, DubaiVilla442,524 sqft
Unfurnished 2E Type | Maids Room | Ready to Move In |
Renting a Villa in Dubai
Dubai has been and continues to be one of the top choices for expats to live and work in. This trend is not surprising, considering that Dubai offers its residents one of the highest standards of living in all of UAE. With tax-free income and the prospect of earning more than what an individual can earn in their home country, living and working in Dubai has been a dream for many professionals. Not only are singles attracted to these prospects but families too have decided to move here. After all, residents are offered a leisurely lifestyle and one has the option of choosing from a wide variety of luxury properties in Dubai. This emirate has one of the strongest economies in the region and its education, transportation and health sectors are up to par with developed nations. Apart from that, residents have the opportunity to dine on world-class cuisines from around the world and be well-connected to other parts of the world, since Dubai is centrally located on the world map. Respectively, with the influx of expat families moving to Dubai, there has been a surge in the demand for rental villas.
Types of Villas in Dubai
Residents have the option of choosing between villas that offer 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6-bed configurations. The most popular 2-bed villa will typically include 3 bathrooms and a living area of 1,962 sq. ft. For those looking into 3-bed houses in Dubai, the most in-demand version will come equipped with 4 baths with a total square footage of 2,286 sq. ft. Moving on, when it comes to 4-bed rental villas, the most popular floor plans seem to come with 6 baths and 3,048 sq. ft. of floor space. Those looking for something a bit larger can consider a 5-bed house for lease in Dubai which will typically be equipped with 4 bathrooms and an overall living space of 4,185 sq. ft. Finally, the largest villa one can rent in Dubai will come will come 6 bedrooms. Respectively, the most in-demand version of the latter will have 7 baths and around 6,857 sq. ft. of floor space, making it ideal for large families.
Popular Areas in Dubai
Not all areas in Dubai are popular for renting villas. Ranking in at first place is the community of Mirdif which is situated in a less congested area. This appeals to families who are looking for a suburban lifestyle. Apart from that, each villa in Mirdif is uniquely constructed, having its own distinguished architectural character. Also, the community is pet-friendly and thus many pet-owners prefer to reside here. Coming in a second place is Dubailand, it has some of the lowest rental rates and it is situated on the outskirts along with several other newly developed suburbs of Dubai. Despite being secluded, Dubailand is a self-sustained community that offers its residents a cleaner, greener lifestyle in a considerably less congested environment. Last but not least, ranking in at third place is the community of Al Barsha, which is home to the Mall of Emirates (one of Dubai’s oldest and most popular malls). The community of Al Barsha is ideally situated between old and new Dubai and surrounded by world-class hospitals, schools and universities. Even though the rents of houses in Al Barsha are on the higher-end, there is a strong market for rental villas here.
Lifestyle in Dubai
To experience the true culture of Dubai, consider visiting Dubai Creek. This is an area where early settlers conducted their pearl diving expeditions before Dubai discovered oil. Its primary source of revenue was trading in pearls. This is also an area that has some of the oldest souks in Dubai. Here you can expect to find souks that deal in gold, spices and garments, to name a few. While in this area, one should surely visit Dubai Museum as it is situated close by. Moving along, no trip to Dubai would be complete without visiting the beach and indulging in water sports and other fun activities. Therefore, one of the best beaches in Dubai is Kite Beach where you enjoy various types of water sports activities and enjoy a few smoothies from one of the cafes located nearby and while you are at it, you'll certainly get to see the majestic Burj Al Arab up close and personal. Other adventurous activities in Dubai include desert safaris and visiting IMG Worlds of Adventure which is an indoor theme park that offers something adventurous for the whole family. Apart from all this, residents can visit Dubai's creek-side where they will find traditional souks that sell gold, textiles and spices of all kinds. Apart from all this, Dubai has some of the best schools, such as Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai, Indian Academy Dubai, Ambassador School and GEMS Modern Academy. For those pursuing higher education, Dubai offers world-class education from some leading universities that have established their campuses in this emirate. Some excellent examples include Hult International Business School, Modul University in Dubai, Murdoch University and Rochester University of Technology in Dubai.
Rent Price Trends for Villas in Dubai
2-bed villas in Dubai will start at AED 50K per annum and will go up to AED 205K per annum for the most luxurious villa in an upscale neighbourhood. The starting rental rate for a 3-bed villa will be around AED 60K per annum, while a similarly sized luxury villa can demand up to AED 700K per annum. Moving on, the starting rental rate for a 4-bed villa will be around AED 90K per annum while its more luxurious counterpart in an upmarket neighbourhood can be rented for AED 1.5M. For those looking for a larger villa for their growing family, they could consider a basic 5-bed villa which can be rented for as low as AED 100K. Those who don’t wish to compromise on luxury should expect to pay as much as AED 1.75M per annum. Finally, falling in the largest category are 6-bed villas which will demand AED 125K for the most basic villa in a modest neighbourhood while a similar sized 6-bed villa in an upscale neighbourhood will demand an annual rent of AED 2.0M.