(PRWEB UK) 21 December 2013
It has been reported by iExpats in the article titled ‘Dubai Opens the Door for Private Holiday Lets’ that the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, has passed a decree which allows property developers and expats to rent their homes to tourists as a means of earning additional money.
iExpats reports that with global events such as the 2020 World Expo attracting visitors to the country, holiday lets have been seen as an effective means of providing accommodation for tourists. The decree states that properties are required to meet certain standards and only properties from certain locations will be eligible for the initiative.
As an international removal company with a wealth of experience in helping families, individuals and businesses who are moving to United Arab Emirates, the team at Interdean were interested in the announcement of a scheme to allow expats to rent their properties in Dubai. A representative for the company responded to the announcement:
“It is welcome news that expats are now able to let their homes to tourists. Not only can this be an effective means of earning extra money, but it also encourages tourists to visit the country. When moving overseas, finding employment is often a priority, and so a new decree which allows expats to earn extra income from their property is welcome news. We look forward to following developments of the decree and how it affects expats and the number of tourists in Dubai.”
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