Jebel Ali Village

Old Oct 3rd 2013, 4:24 am
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Nakheel, Dubai-based master developer, is offering a two-month rent-free period to renters willing to pay annual rent in a single cheque for villas at Jebel Ali Village.

Rents for two-bed villas range between Dh125,000 and Dh130,000 pa; three beds are Dh130,000 to Dh135,000 pa; four beds Dh135,000 to Dh140,000 pa; five beds Dh140,000 and 145,000 pa while six beds are priced at Dh155,000 and Dh160,000 pa. The rates include service charges.



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Old Aug 5th 2014, 5:33 am
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Stay away from the area, we have rented a 3 bedroom villa here from Nakheel two month ago. First of all: No two month free rent if you pay with one cheque, only 1 month, Nakheel has changed the rules. Then: Sewage flooding in the kitchen and lounge , while renovating some one trashed a toilette bowl and tipped the broken pieces down the drainage, resulting in a blocked pipe, initially I was told by Nakheel Manager that the blockage is because of the toilette paper we are using! Turns out when we finally got it flushed by a private company which we had to pay for that there are trees at the wend of the property, growing right on top of the sewage pipes which their roots helped to create the blockage. Then termites in the door frames, the frames and holes were just painted over during the renovation, today no water in the villa, something else is broken. And Nakheel leaves you completely alone with all these issues, no one is responsible. The workmanship of the renovation is the worst I have ever seen in my life once you look behind all the paint over stuff. Not in my life will I consider Nakheel again !! Stay away !!


Originally Posted by Brains1983 View Post
We had pretty much settled on moving to Al Furjan when we move to Dubai later this year, however after having one last look around, it turns out that Nakheel have finished refurbing the villas in Jebel Ali (not the JVC/JVT ones, the older ones near the school - I think). I can't find floor plans for them either online or via a request to Nakheel, and haven't actually seen them myself. I'll head for a look over the weekend anyway, but just wondered if any of you lot have seen them and have an opinion on them.

Location seems perfect as its very close to where I will be working, we plan putting my oldest to the school there, and starting at 125 for 3 bed villas and 135 for 4 beds, it seems a lot more cost effective than villas in the surrounding areas.

Anyone know that area?

Cheers,
Brian
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