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Why rich people from Israel should invest in Dubai and UAE

The announcement of the Abraham Accord last year was a watershed moment for Middle East relations and could change the course of the region’s future. Trade negotiations between both nations have opened up already, and in a matter of months there will be direct flights operating as well. We are already seeing significant levels of interest from Israeli investors, but what is it that makes the UAE such a great investment option for them?


Lifestyle & Culture

Both the UAE and Israel are known for their rich, diverse and vibrant lifestyles. You can experience the very best of nightlife, dining and culture, enjoying a wealth of options that you would be hard pressed to find elsewhere in the region. There are a few key differences between the offerings in each nation, which is what makes their collaboration such a unique opportunity.


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While Israel has a large number of homegrown restaurants and food concepts that highlight Mediterranean cuisine, the UAE offers an incredible breadth of restaurants. You have everything from eateries that specialize in Emirati cuisine to European-style cafes and high-profile restaurants run by Michelin-starred chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Vineet Bhatia and Nobu Matsuhisa. For the adventurous diner, there is no shortage of choice when it comes to enjoying an indulgent night out.


Nightlife is another key factor that unites these two nations - clubs and bars across the UAE are always popular amongst the nation’s night owls. And now with a newly announced ruling that will remove the need for a legal license in order to purchase alcohol, we can expect that the nightlife scene will be even more popular. For residents of Israel, who have never had any restrictions on purchasing alcohol other than a legal age limit, this is very welcome news.


All that being said, the lifestyle attractions of the UAE are not limited to gourmet dining and clubbing. For lovers of culture, history and the arts, the UAE has proven to be a truly fascinating and enriching destination. There are several museums located around the country, from the globally renowned Louvre Abu Dhabi to the lesser known Dubai Coffee Museum. Music festivals and performances are held throughout the year (though less often at present as a consequence of COVID-19), and the Dubai Opera House doubles as a cultural hotspot and tourist attraction because of its unique architectural design.


Since its earliest days, the UAE has always had an eye on the future, transforming itself from a simple fishing village into a major global destination. Over the past decade, the country’s investment in the future has only intensified, as it promotes Smart initiatives aimed at creating a technologically advanced society. Israel has charted a similar path for itself, focusing on innovation and invention to become a key player on the world stage.


The prowess of both countries is evident in their grand ambitions when it comes to design - whether it is the skyline of Dubai or Tel Aviv, you will find some truly stunning examples of architecture that were a combination of creativity and innovation. However, that is merely a small part of it - Israel invests heavily in technology and electronic systems, primarily for defense but with broader applications. The UAE is a tech giant in the region, and is always looking for ways to scale up its digital infrastructure. As the UAE places greater emphasis on developing artificial intelligence and sustainable design initiatives, there are greater opportunities for investment for tech-savvy Israelis who are looking to stay on the cutting edge of technological advancement.


Economy & Taxation

Israel boasts a strong economy that has been on a steady rise over the past five years. While the COVID pandemic has proven to be a setback, the outlook for 2021 is positive with a growth of over 4% being forecast. The UAE has weathered its own challenges since the global recession and the pandemic, remaining resilient throughout. It will take some time for the economy as a whole to stand firmly on its feet again, but the real estate market is very hot and has been transacting at record levels since the last quarter of 2020.


Cost of living in Israel is largely higher compared to the UAE - you would need to spend USD 1,000 more on average to enjoy the same quality of life in Tel Aviv that you would have in Dubai. Residents of Dubai typically have almost 30% more purchasing power than those of Tel Aviv, and prices are anywhere from 20% to 40% lower depending on the category of goods.

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Why to invest in Dubai and UAE?

Dubai offers one of the highest rental yields in the world. Compared to global property destinations, the cost of purchase is lower in Dubai while generating higher rental yield.


In the first half of 2018, Dubai saw AED 111 billion worth of real estate transactions, and with the recent announcement of 10-years visas being granted to investors, the total investment into the city by the end of the year is expected to be monumental. No matter what direction the market turns, Dubai has maintained its position as a solid choice for investors the world over. But what makes this city such an attractive prospect?


Central Location

Dubai, and indeed the UAE, sits in a very strategic location on the world map. It is roughly a six-hour flight from most of the major cities in the East and the West, offering a convenient waypoint for those who are crossing the globe and serving as a hub for local businesses who want to expand in either direction.


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Booming Tourism Industry

Although Dubai has seen more people settling into the city as long-term residents over the past few years, it still remains one of the top tourist destinations in the world. With world-class attractions such as the Burj Khalifa, Palm Jumeirah and some of the most well-reputed hotels in the world, there is no shortage of wonders to experience. As Expo 2020 looms on the horizon, Dubai will continue to add even more lifestyle offerings that will keep the crowds coming in.


City of Innovation

Dubai is always looking to the future and trying to find ways to bring that into the present. New communities are being developed to create a more sustainable living experience for residents, new roadways are being constructed to keep the city better connected, and with its ongoing ‘smart city’ and ‘happiness’ initiatives, Dubai aims to make every aspect of life in the city hassle-free. There are also the architectural innovations, such as Dubai Creek Tower, which will eventually dwarf the Burj Khalifa, and Dubai Frame, the 150-meter tall ‘photo frame’ tower that creates a visual link between the older and newer parts of the city.

10-Year Investor and Golden Visa

Earlier this year, it was announced that investors into Dubai and employees of certain skilled professions would be granted 10-year residence visas. Needless to say, this is a major game changer for Dubai’s economy. Committing to such a long-term residence option shows the level of confidence that Dubai has in investors and signifies just how secure an investment into the city ultimately is. It was also announced that businesses in the UAE would no longer require a majority shareholder of local nationality, which will undoubtedly lead to a rise in entrepreneurship and homegrown businesses.


Strong Regulatory Framework

This announcement is just the latest addition to a strong framework of laws and regulations that are designed to protect an investor’s interests in Dubai. This is especially true in the property market, where the Dubai Land Department and its regulatory body, the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) continue to implement rules that ensure property developers deliver on their promises in a timely manner.

Impressive ROI

This announcement is just the latest addition to a strong framework of laws and regulations that are designed to protect an investor’s interests in Dubai. This is especially true in the property market, where the Dubai Land Department and its regulatory body, the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) continue to implement rules that ensure property developers deliver on their promises in a timely manner.

Safety & Security

Dubai is also known as one of the safest cities to live in the world, with a very low crime rate and an efficient legal system. People from all walks of life can come to the city and not have to worry about anything. Even with political turmoil raging in many parts of the world and across the region, the UAE has remained a haven for those living there.

Tax-Free Investment

Another major benefit of investing in Dubai, especially in the real estate market, is the lack of property tax. Although VAT was introduced earlier this year, it is still negligible in terms of overall costs and does not apply to residential property purchases. So you can buy a villa or apartment anywhere in the city and be assured that you won’t have to part with a portion of your returns each year.

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