Buy an apartment and get your child’s school fees paid for

Palm Jumeirah residences offer novel investment scheme

Buy an apartment and get your child’s school fees paid for
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A novel new investment offer has been announced for a luxury set of apartments on the Palm Jumeirah, and it could make life much more affordable for families looking to buy on the island.

Real Estate company Seven Tides is opening a luxury new development going up on the Western trunk of the Palm, right next door to DUKES The Palm and Oceana Residence. Seven Residences is offering up studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, with the largest apartments going up to 1,666sq ft.

But, here’s where it gets really interesting, because if you invest in an apartment in the complex, where prices start from Dhs751,000, then Seven Tides is offering families the chance to get a free year’s tuition at one of the emirate’s leading primary schools.

Indeed potential buyers can receive free tuition for one child for one academic year (either September 2019 to June 2020 or the year after), at Dubai Heights Academy located in Al Barsha South – which is, incidentally, just across the road from the superb art-meets-cuisine café Maisan 15.

The school teaches the British Curriculum based on the English National Curriculum which is the standard in the UK, taught across schools in England, Wales and around the world.

Construction off the fully-fitted apartments and residences is set to complete in Q3 of this year, so for more information, head to www.seventides.com.

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