Mirdif - renters' guide

What to expect, where to look and how much you should pay

Across the other side of town, towards Dubai International Airport and a little beyond Dubai Festival City, Mirdif is a popular area for families with parents who work in Old Dubai. Residences include Uptown Mirdif, with its own supermarket, food court and array of shops and cafés, as well as apartment complexes. There are several schools nearby, as well as Mirdif City Centre Mall, and the sprawling Mushrif Park (with its own equestrian centre) just a short five to ten minute drive away from most residences.

Average current asking price:
Studio apartment:
From Dhs50,000
One-bed: From Dhs80,000
Two-bed: From Dhs100,000
Three-bed: Dhs120-150,000
Four-bed: From Dhs180,000 (furnished)

Three-bed villa: From Dhs150,000
Four-bed: From Dhs180,000
Five-bed: From Dhs400,000

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