Where are the five most affordable places to rent in Abu Dhabi?
Khaleej Times has revealed the five most affordable areas in Abu Dhabi for tenants.
- Khalifa City A: Located around 45 minutes away from the city centre, this area is ideal for families as it offers various housing units at affordable prices and has many schools in the vicinity. Studios are available from as little as Dhs26,000 a year, while one bedrooms are available from Dhs35,000 a year, two bedrooms for Dhs55,000 and three bedroom apartments for Dhs76,000 a year.
- Mohamed Bin Zayed City: Spacious apartments can be found in Mohamed Bin Zayed City (MBZ), located near Musaffah, Shabia, and close to Dalma mall. A one bedroom apartment can be found for around Dhs30,000 a year, a two bedroom unit for around Dhs45,000 per annum, and three bedroom apartments for around Dhs70,000 a year.
- Al Zahiyah (Tourist Club Area): Tourist Club area is considered one of the most prime locations in the capital. The area puts residential units at arm's length from malls, restaurants and even hospitals. While parking is an issue, it's a great central location. A 1 bedroom apartment can be for around Dhs38,000 a year, 2bedrooms for Dhs45,000 approximately, and 3 bedroom apartments for around Dhs70,000 a year.
- Al Mussafah, Shabia: Although a busy industrial neighbourhood with heavy traffic, particularly during rush hours, residents can find comfort knowing that Shabia has new buildings and that schools, shopping malls and hospitals are only minutes away. A one bedroom apartment can be rented for around Dhs35,000 a year, a two bedroom unit for around Dhs54,000 a year, while a three bedroom apartment can be found for around Dhs70,000 a year.
- Muroor: Muroor is another area for families seeking affordable apartments for rent in Abu Dhabi. However, the area often has heavy traffic and lacks parking spaces. A one bedroom apartment in Muroor area can be rented for around Dhs35,000 a year, a two-bedroom for around Dhs48,000 a year, and three-bedroom apartments for around Dhs75,000 anually.
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