Dubai owners free to rent out holiday homes provided they have permits

Last week, Emaar had banned owners from renting out their holiday homes in Downtown Dubai

Emaar properties that is venturing into the holiday home business banned home-owners in Downtown from renting out properties
Emaar properties that is venturing into the holiday home business banned home-owners in Downtown from renting out properties

Dubai holiday home owners who have been renting out properties can continue to do so as long as they have all the valid permits, Dubai Tourism told Khaleej Times

Last week, Emaar properties that is venturing into the holiday home business banned home-owners in Downtown from renting out properties.

However, Khaleej Times reported that operators and owners can continue to do so, provided they have a valid permit before they even market these homes online.

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Operators and owners must also include the permit number in all the advertisements for each specific unit.

Hotelier Middle East has reached out to Emaar for a comment.

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