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Finding a good rental is a really difficult thing these days. One will need to continue looking for the best accommodation, taking into account many factors. First, housing must be large enough to meet population standards. Secondly, it should be conveniently located in a convenient location with ample options for mitigation. The place should also be facilitated with all amenities to ensure a comfortable living.
Dubai has recently seen a steady demand among those looking for premier living at a cheap rate, If you are looking for cheap apartments in Dubai for rent, this is a list of places where you may find good apartments with cheap rents and good services available around the place.

Dubai International City

Although very far from the center of Dubai, you can navigate to and from this area which can be accommodated by the RTA buses and the Rashidiya Metro Station which is the nearest metro station. The Dragon Mart, Lake Warsan and other major attractions are here. Dubai Silicon Oasis, Academic City and Dubai Festival City are the closest accessible areas within 20 minutes or less by car.
The city offers affordable living in a thriving area, and has the capacity to accommodate more than 60,000 people. It has been launched as a desire for Dubai residents to provide them with affordable homes and now top the list of neighborhoods with more affordable rents today. The cheapest apartment in the area is currently priced Dh45,000 per year.

 Al Nahda

Between Dubai and Sharjah offers residents the best of both worlds – quality of living, cheap rents and close to everything that matters. The area is one to watch, with an average 1BR at a rate of Dh50,000  per year and the Renaissance has been consistently one of the most affordable areas. The lowest rent in the region today is Dh47,999 per year.

 

Jumeirah Village Circle

An emerging community of freehold property, located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road between Hessa Street and Al Khail Road, offers apartments as well as townhouses, and its competitive prices have made it a popular area for investment in recent months.  It has all the modern facilities of the city in a quiet village atmosphere. Average rents in the region currently are around Dh65,000, while the price of the furnished apartment is 1 bedroom furnished at Dh50,000 per year.

Al Awir

About 35 km from the city center. It was an agricultural village with Bedouin camps until the 1990s, when the city expanded significantly, and when the Emirates Road was established.

has a lot of new developments coming in. This area is the cheapest to rent in Dubai as per the Rera rent calculator. The nearest metro station is Rashidiya metro station on the red line and there are buses to and from Al Awir. a studio apartment rents for between Dh20,000 to Dh30,000

Abu Hill

Is a popular residential area within easy distance of downtown Dubai which also has a dedicated metro station. It is predominantly inhabited by Asian expats and has easy access to supermarkets and other facilities outlets as well, a studio apartment rents for between Dh30,000 to Dh50,000.

Al Warqa’a

Al Warqa’a is a strategic residential area for workers in Mirdif, located in the western and southern parts of Al Warqa. Close to the borders of Dubai, Al Warqa’a is witnessing significant growth due to the development of the international city and other real estate projects near the region.
Divided into sub-communities, from al-Warqa’a 1 to  al-Warqa’a 5. providing a comfortable living at a very reasonable price. One bedroom apartments with an average of about Dh54,000 and the cheapest one bedroom furnished apartment is Dh51,000 per year.

Al Qusais

It may be far from the city center, but staying there will give you easy access to any part of the city while protecting you from the hustle of the main areas, The area boasts facilities, schools and hospitals at every turn and has a dedicated metro station as well.

The average apartment rent prices between Dh30,000 and Dh50,000.

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