What can your Dubai rent get you in the rest of the world?
Here's where you'd live in Paris, London, New York and many more
We all do it – whether it’s looking at properties of the rich and famous or a tiny house that someone has built in order to avoid massive rent, we all love to see how people all over the world live.
A UAE-based firm www.propertyfinder.ae has made snooping even easier for you, by calculating the average monthly rent on two bedroom apartments in popular areas of Dubai and comparing it to other major cities. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Area of Dubai: Dubai Marina and JLT
Price range for a two-bedroom: $2,800 - $3,400
London: A one-bedroom apartment in central London’s Marylebone.
New York: A one-bedroom apartment in the luxurious Upper East Side.
Paris: A three-bedroom apartment in the 17th arrondissement of Paris.
Beirut: A three-bedroom apartment in Ain Al-Mraiseh
Sydney: A three-bedroom townhouse in Manly Vale.
Area of Dubai: Al Barsha, Bur Dubai or Deira
Price range for a two-bedroom: $2,000 - $2,600
Paris: You’d be able to get yourself a one-bedroom in the 7th arrondissement in Paris. That means that you’d have the Eiffel Tower right on your doorstep.
New York: You could pick up a one-bedroom in New York’s East Village.
London: A one-bedroom in Covent Garden near the Royal Opera House.
Doha: A three-bedroom flat in Al Sadd.
Mumbai: Three-bedrooms in one of Cuffe Parade high-rises.
Casablanca: A four-bedroom villa in Dar Bouazza – a popular surfing sport popular with tourists.
Area of Dubai: Jumeirah, The Palm, DIFC, Downtown
Price range for a two-bedroom: $3,600 - $4,600
London: A two-bedroom apartment in South Kensington.
Paris: A three-bedroom apartment in the 16th arrondissement of Paris (a very sought-after area).
New York: A one-bedroom in Midtown Manhattan, near Times Square.
Beirut: A three-bedroom in Ain Al-Mraiseh.
Cairo: A four bedroom villa with a pool in El Tagammoa.