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Current trend of work-from-home, staycations and regional travel has increased the demand for short-term rentals in the emirate
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Both short-term and long-term options are essential for a healthy property market
We have all had to learn a lot during 2020. No one could have adequately prepared for a year in which a global pandemic shut down the entire world, a year when “Contagion” became the must-see movie and when everyone asked themselves – could this really happen?
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Is your home in need of an injection of energy and little jujing up, but you have absolutely no idea where to start?
There are many short-term rentals listed on multiple platforms in Dubai and when it comes to standing out against the competition, you need to think of ways to make your listing unique and appealing.
Dubai homeowners earn additional income by renting out their homes while away for summer. If you’re planning on getting out of town this summer, renting out your home while you’re away can be a quick way to earn additional income.
Planning to get out of town this summer? Well, renting out your home while you’re away can be a good and quick way to earn some extra money as vacation rentals across the city are thriving!
Business travelers to Dubai are starting to favour AirBnB properties over hotel stays, with occupancy rates averaging 75 to 85 per cent
Owning your home in the UAE can offer stability against rising rents or restless landlords and hopefully capital growth. For many it now also presents an opportunity to enter Dubai’s rapidly evolving holiday homes market – and to turn that property into a passive income source…
An Airbnb explosion in Dubai may singlehandedly ignite a challenged real estate sector in the Emirate, where prices are at their lowest in years.
An Airbnb explosion in Dubai may singlehandedly ignite a challenged real estate sector in the Emirate, where prices are at their lowest in years.years.
Whether you do it on your own, or use a company to do it all for you, there’s never been a better time to consider short-term rentals to turn your home into flexible income that you control
Short-term luxury home rentals have become more popular than traditional hotel suites, according to Dubai-based property management company Frank Porter.
Landlords in Dubai are increasingly considering short-term rentals. This helps them reduce void periods on their properties as well as achieve higher overall returns. They can also do away with the hassle of one-year tenancy contracts and instead sign on tenants even for a few days.
Property management company Frank Porter is expected to triple its growth rate by the end of 2018, a year after its launch in October 2017.
What started as a simple solution to avoid eviction 10 years ago, has since grown into a multi-billion dollar corporation that transformed the travel and tourism industries across the globe…
If you’re about to pack up for a holiday, or you travel frequently for work, you could be leaving a piece of prime Dubai real estate empty.
While a change in government policy in 2016 has opened the lucrative short-term holiday home market to private homeowners, it has also led to a surge in holiday home management companies such as Frank Porter…
If you are reading this article, chances are you are taking part in the global movement of the ‘sharing economy.’ But what is it and why is it so relevant to Dubai?
The UAE has introduced new laws this year that effectively widen the range of possibilities for expatriates to be more deeply involved in the long-term economic growth of the country. Many of the policy changes mainly concern foreign business ownership, visa regulations and curbing the cost of living.
With holiday homes becoming a matter of great discussion, have you ever wondered why someone would choose a private home instead of a hotel? The differences are greater than you might think, from not only the prices to the benefits. Frank Porter, a hassle-free Airbnb Management company, is your one stop shop to finding the perfect holiday home, providing a service that offers ‘honest concierge’ and comfort from the start to finish of every stay.
Dubai figured among the top five most expensive global cities for Airbnb accommodation in a recent Bloomberg index. However, Airbnb rates in Dubai are still more competitive compared to those charged by hotels and serviced apartments…
Frank Porter manages private homes and properties that are available to rent on the world’s top booking channels such as Airbnb, Booking.com, HomeAway, TripAdvisor and Expedia…
Positioned of one of the biggest trending topics of 2018 so far, the new visa and business ownership laws have seen a spike in most industries; with the property market receiving a large reassurance…
Here’s how to ensure your house looks stylish and is marketed in the best way possible for short-term rentals…
It was during a trip to Dubai in early-2017 that Anna Skigin realised there was a business opportunity waiting to be tapped. Although the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing had legalised Airbnb and holiday homes in Dubai in 2016, the concept of sharing economy had not really taken off in the city and the wider region…
The popularity of Airbnb as a short-stay accommodation option has been rising steadily in Dubai. This is after the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) allowed individual homeowners to secure licences for short-term rentals without having to commission a third-party entity in April 2016…
Anna Skigin, CEO of Frank Porter, and The Ticket’s Stef Burgon discuss how easy is it – or isn’t – to become a remote Airbnb landlord…
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