Dubai housing market continues its steady revival. The day before imexre.com reported on Nhsama, Dubai Properties and other members of the local real estate market actively exploring the city’s periphery, taking on the undeveloped areas and transforming the desert into a blooming garden, and, which is more important, into a modern high-tech paradise.
And now the information came on the largest Dubai developer Emaar having announced the launch of the off-plan villa sales in its new Fairway Vista complex in Dubai Hills Estate cluster of a prestigious and big-scaled Mohammed Bin Rashid City (MBR City).
But the most intriguing thing about the project is not the size of land plots and other details, but a unique payment plan that allows you to become a villa owner in a prestigious Dubai area without even having to save for a down payment. According to the payment plan, offered by Emaar, investors can pay 60 per cent in three years and the remaining 40 per cent in two years after handover.
The ‘Fairway Vista’ will include 65 six and seven-bedroom villas with plot sizes ranging from 11,000 to 12,000 square feet. The total built up area is between 8,286 and 9,212 square feet.
The master development will have over 2.2 million square metres of green landscape that includes the golf course and a central park. Besides, such usual for any big residential community conveniences as a mall and even another boutique mall for high-end brands, a hospital, hotels, schools, tennis and sports centers will be available for community residents. There will also be a 45-kilometre trekking trails and a seven-kilometer boulevard, while the community’s own rail line will easily transfer residents and their guests to the emirate’s two international airports.
Emaar’s representatives said Fairway Vista is likely to be delivered by June 2021.