Dubai-based real estate platform Nomad offering free car subscriptions with Invygo this summer

Sponsored: Nomad is teaming up with Invygo to give home buyers and renters a new car to park outside their pad

Dubai-based real estate platform Nomad offering free car subscriptions with Invygo this summer

Looking to move to a new home in Dubai? Well, there’s never been a better time, as you’ll get a free car to drive around all summer if you do.

Dubai’s brand-new digital real estate platform, Nomad, has teamed up with Dubai’s first monthly car subscription app, Invygo, to offer up a special summer deal, and it comes with your new house.

Anyone who buys or rents a home and signs their contract with Nomad before noon, Saturday July 11 2020, will get a free car subscription with Invygo to use from Sunday July 12 2020 until September 5 2020.

No gimmicks, just a slick car to park outside your new home.

For renters, Invygo’s car options include a Nissan Sunny, Renault Symbol, Chevrolet Spark and a Kia Picanto and more. As for buyers, they can expect all renter options plus a Ford Figo, Kia Pegas and Nissan Kicks and more.

Ready to find the perfect home? Nomad makes it easy by having everything online and with added help from your dedicated Nomad Advisor. And while Nomad takes care of everything for you when it comes to finding your home, Invygo takes the headache out of getting your car by offering dealer verified vehicles with delivery, maintenance, insurance and roadside assistance included. Find out more by heading to www.invygo.com/en-ae.

All you need to do is close the deal before midday on Saturday July 11 and have a valid UAE driving licence and Emirates ID. Head to www.nomadhomes.co to start your search.

Go on, your summer ride awaits.

Until Sat Jul 11, before noon. For more information, visit www.nomadhomes.co and www.invygo.com. Terms and Conditions apply.

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