Investing in Dubai Hills Estate can't go wrong

I remember an investor who had bought 13 off-plan villas in Emaar’s Meadows development years ago for very low prices but he was so worried about the future that he kept only two of them. At the time, Dubai was still very centred around the Creek and the Meadows seemed remote.

“There is nothing there, it is all sand,” he’d said. When Emirates Living area was ready (Springs, Meadows, The Lakes and Emirates Hills), he regretted not keeping all of his villas as their values skyrocketed. Now, the Meadows is considered a central suburb and highly desirable.


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