Buying off-plan property means you commit to purchasing a property either before or during the construction phase. It has significant advantages:
Plan and save money – It allows investors to obtain a purchase at the earliest and lowest possible price and buyers to pick the very best apartments in a specific development. The ROI is that there’s a high chance of gaining the maximum return on their investment.
Sell before the completion date – Investors can sell off their off-plan property contracts prior to the completion of the projects and at a considerable profit (assuming the market is well-performed and proved popular.
Lower up Front Costs – Off-plan property payment plans can and do vary from different types of developers in Dubai. Some of the developers only require a 10% down payment and the rest linked to constructions the required expenditure is relatively low.
A property before a structure has been constructed upon it; i.e. an under construction property.
This cannot be narrowed down to one particular factor. A plethora of factors exist namely:
a) Is the homeowner (mortgaging) financing available on freehold properties?
Home financing is available from the following sources:
Mortgages are offered by the following sources:
A range of other banks and financial institutions are starting to offer mortgages as well, with varying criteria. No financing institution is offering mortgages on freehold developments of any private developers as yet.
b) How do I get finance?
A checklist of loan criteria exists with each loan providing entity. The loan criteria need to be fulfilled and the purchaser is mandated to provide the necessary documentation which includes but is not limited to: Copy of passport(s) for property purchaser(s), Bank Statement(s) of property purchaser(s) for 1 year, Credit History – Credit Bureau report (EQUIFAX, D&B, etc.), bankers reference, credit card report.
c) When does the financial institution start charging interest?
This depends on the bank. In most cases, interest is accrued during the construction period. The purchaser would have to pay/clear this amount on handover. The purchaser will have to repay principal and interest installments for the tenure of the loan.
d) What will be the APR or Interest Rate? What is the compounding method?
This varies from bank to bank between 5.5% to 6.5% p.a. payable on a declining principal balance. It may be monthly or quarterly.
e) What are the mortgage tenures?
Between 5 to 15 years depending on the financial institution.
f) Do banks or financial institutions send the statement every period to our overseas address?
Yes, which could be monthly or quarterly.
g) Who should we make the payment out to?
Payments should be made out:
h) Is a mortgage registered at the Govt. of Dubai Lands Dept.?
Yes, when the purchaser’s financing becomes a realty mortgage, it gets registered on a per property basis at the Govt. of Dubai Lands Dept. Mortgage Section
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