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Example: A Unit Payment Plan for a 650,000 AED

Let's simplify the payment plan for a 650,000 AED off-plan property in Dubai. You start with a 10% down payment, and there are additional payments at key construction milestones, with estimated dates. We'll also consider the 4% Dubai Land Department (DLD) fee, which can sometimes be partially covered at 2% by the Developer.

DLD Fee: 4% of 650,000 AED = 26,000 AED


1. Down Payment (Estimated Month 1): 10% of 650,000 AED = 65,000 AED (Paid upfront)

2. 20% Construction (Estimated Month 6): 10% of 650,000 AED = 65,000 AED (Due at 20% construction)

3. 40% Construction (Estimated Month 12): 10% of 650,000 AED = 65,000 AED (Due at 40% construction) 4. 60% Construction (Estimated Month 18): 10% of 650,000 AED = 65,000 AED (Due at 60% construction)

5. 80% Construction (Estimated Month 24): 10% of 650,000 AED = 65,000 AED (Due at 80% construction)

6. On Completion (Estimated Month 30): 50% of 650,000 AED = 325,000 AED (Due upon property completion)


Now, let's break down the payment schedule over two years until the property reaches 50% completion:

- Initial Down Payment: 65,000 AED - Payment at 20% Construction: 65,000 AED - Payment at 40% Construction: 65,000 AED - Total Paid by 40% Completion: 195,000 AED


Upon reaching completion, the remaining 50% of the property's value, which is 325,000 AED, will be due.

This flexible structure makes owning a Dubai property accessible to a broader audience and offers the potential for profit even before full payment.

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