Owning Property In Dubai’s Luxury Golf Estates

Dubai’s luxury accommodations have always made a mark on world’s real estate market and they have been advertised to be among the best ones around. Many new developments and communities have been built over the years and they all have their own exclusivity and special features that grab the attention of most discerning of home buyers.

There are many developments across Dubai that exploit the exclusivity of golf and the aspiration value it has to offer being a status symbol. With many golf courses in the city, there has been an increase in the golfing properties across the town. As golf estates in Dubai offer a perfect mix of landscaped greens and privacy combined with high ROI, investors are ever ready to grab every opportunity they get to spend here.

Some of the top Golf communities in Dubai include Emirates Hills, Arabian Ranches, The Lakes, Jumeirah Golf Estate and Victory Heights and they all present some of the top-selling luxury accommodations with all premium features and amenities on offer that you could have asked for. In fact, the best among the lot is the lush scenery and landscaping that adds to the value of luxury accommodations in these communities giving them a perfect golfers’ touch. Due to the luxury features and prime golf course location of these properties, more and more investors are planning to throw their money at these residences. And, with high demand, the developers themselves are focusing more on developing similar establishments.

So, if you want to own an investment property in Dubai, you should definitely buy one with connection to a golf course. The reports suggest that estimated premiums for such integrated properties are 20% higher compared to the properties that don’t have any golf connection. This means golf courses are only the second most-favorite attraction after waterfronts when it comes to desirable locations in Dubai. In fact, that shouldn’t be restricted to investors only. And, even if you are looking for a second home in
Dubai, these stats should be encouraging for you to buy a property in one of the luxury golf estates in Dubai.

If you talk about Jumeirah Golf Estates, it extends a world-class lifestyle not just for the investors but also for the residents where the recently opened Clubhouse is the latest luxury on offer and is also the reason behind its increasing popularity. The property also houses a couple of championship golf courses that have been designed by the experts to offer an impeccable golfing experience.

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The latest district being released at the Jumeirah Golf Estates was Al Andalus. It combines some of the most amazing Mediterranean apartments and townhouses to redefine luxury living for the residents of Dubai. The residents of Al Andalus enjoy exactly the same lifestyle and quality that is on offer for everyone else residing in the Jumeirah Golf Estates.

So, if you are planning to buy a property here at the Jumeirah Golf Estates to taste the kind of lifestyle people enjoy here, you can expect to pay Dh5 million for semi-detached, entry-level villas. However, if you have the luxury of a massive budget, spend Dh30 million to put your hands at a 12000 sq. ft. property. Obviously, the amenities on offer and the size, landscape and location of these properties would vary accordingly. And, believe it or not, it’s just the tip of the iceberg. You’re sure to explore much more when you’ll actively start looking for a property here and see what kind of masterpieces are available for sale.

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So, what are you waiting for then? Take the plunge and invest in one of the luxurious properties out there in Dubai’s Golf Estates. You’d surely experience a lifestyle you haven’t imagined ever before.

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Tips for Dry Skin

As you guys know I have dry skin and I think these tips are super helpful especially with winter around the corner!


Hello my loves! As December rolls upon us i thought i would delight you guys with some tips and tricks for dry skin. As i have mentioned before in previous blogs, i have suffered from dry hair, oily hair and dry and oily skin throughout my life. So i understand how hard the struggle is.

Here are some things that i did to help my dry skin feel less bothersome.

I found that after taking showers often times made my skin feel worse afterwards. You would think that all you have to do is put on some lotion. FALSE! There are times when not even lotion would help.

Don’t take long showers:

I know how relaxing a good long 30min shower can feel after a long day, but having your skin in the water for that long really isnt good for your skin. Try and limit your showers to 5-10…

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Best 2018 Black Friday Deals For Makeup!

Hope you get some good stuff this Blackfriday!

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Hey y’all! Black Friday is coming up soon, and though I usually don’t leave my house for this event, I love to online shop and take advantage of all the sweet deals. I’ve had a few people ask me what the best deals are, so I thought I’d compile a few good ones and share them with you! I definitely won’t be buying things from all of these sites, but I might pick a few items up here and there 😉 Also, I definitely haven’t captured every single sale out there, but these are a few from the most popular beauty brands at the moment. Hope you enjoy!



Ulta has soooo many good deals happening in the next week! I will link their website here: https://www.ulta.com/blackfriday/ . Not only do they have deals for actual Black Friday, but things are on sale before then too! This applies to…

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Getting A Job At Uni: My Top Tips!

Working while at university is harder then it seems so here are a few very helpful tips to help you find a job!

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A longer post today focusing on what so many students worry about…

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I think we all know university can be a huge financial struggle for a lot of people, some people only get a small loan that doesn’t cover their rent, some get no loan and others are not in a position to borrow money when needed. So, for many people getting a job is a necessity while studying.

For me, my loan unfortunately only covers half my annual rent total and all the money I saved working over summer just wouldn’t be enough to cover 6 months rent, food money, social money and transport and therefore, I had to find a job.

Whilst most universities are based in cities, and you’d think finding a job because of this would be easy, for students this just isn’t the case, for many businesses aren’t willing to…

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Eating Vegan/Vegetarian When Traveling

As a vegan who loves to travel I know just how hard it is to find places that offer vegan options and therefore when triptipedia asked if I wanted to share my tip about how to find vegan/vegetarian food when travelling I was quick to say yes and share this tip! To read the tip click the link below:


I also wanted to say that triptipedia doesn’t only have vegan and vegetarian tips. They actually have a number of really great tips and ideas for travelers looking to make their life a little easier. I would definitely recommend checking out their page even if you’re a pro at travelling you never know you might learn something new. And if you’re new at travelling then you have to check them out because trust me things can really go wrong sometimes and it’s always good to be prepared!

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