Dubizzle Reveals the Average Rental and Sale Prices for Family Friendly Neighborhoods in Sharjah and Ajman

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Published October 7th, 2018 - 05:45 GMT
Samer Abdin, General Manager at dubizzle Property.
Samer Abdin, General Manager at dubizzle Property.

dubizzle Property, the UAE’s biggest and most visited Property platform, reveals the average rental and sale prices for family friendly neighborhoods in Sharjah and Ajman. With over 130k listings at any given time, dubizzle Property regularly shares industry reports to empower residents to make well informed decisions.


Sharjah is well known as the go-to emirate for those looking for affordable living in the UAE, with many residents working in neighbouring emirate, Dubai. Well equipped with schools and family-friendly facilities, the emirate poses an attractive option for both property rental and investment.

When looking at rentals for small families or newlyweds, the most affordable community for one-bedroom apartments is Al Qasimiah, with an average of AED 24,000. Al Khan and Al Taawun come in second with an average of AED 30,000, followed by Al Buhaira at AED 32,500 and Al Qasba at AED 35,000.

The average rental for two-bedroom apartments in Al Qasimiah also provide the most affordable option at AED 30,000. This is followed by Al Khan averaging at AED 36,000, Al Majaz and Al Taawun at AED 40,000, and Al Buhaira at AED 46,000.

Families looking for more space can consider three-bedroom apartments, with average rentals at AED 45,000 in Al Qasimiah, AED 50,000 in Al Khan, AED 52,000 in Al Taawun, AED 55,000 in Al Qasba and AED 77,000 in Al Buhaira. Four-bedroom apartments average at AED 80,000 in Al Taawun and Al Majaz at AED 81,000.

For those looking to invest in an apartment, the average prices for two-bedroom apartments start at AED 550,000 in Al Majaz, AED 570,000 in Al Qasba and AED 773,000 in Al Khan. Three-bedroom apartments for sale in Al Khan average at AED 1,125,000.


Ajman, similar to Sharjah, provides a more affordable cost of living for residents compared to neighbouring emirates. Boasting a rich cultural scene, the emirate has a variety of facilities for families, including schools and recreational activities.

The average rental for one-bedroom apartments in Ajman starts at AED 21,000 in Al Jurf, AED 22,500 in Al Nuaimia and AED 25,000 in Al Rashidiya. Two-bedroom apartments start at AED 25,000 in Al Helio, followed by AED 27,000 in Al Jurf, AED 30,000 in Al Nuaimia and AED 34,000 in Al Rashidiya.

For those looking for a larger family home to rent in the emirate, Al Rashidiya offers the most affordable three-bedroom apartment option with average rentals starting at AED 40,000 followed by Al Nuaimia at AED 45,000.

Investment options in Ajman start at AED 220,000 for 1BR apartments in Al Jurf, AED 275,000 in Al Nuaimia and AED 300,000 in Al Rashidiya. Two-bedroom apartments average at AED 270,000 in Al Jurf and AED 350,000 in Al Rashidiya.

Two-bedroom villas for rent in Ajman Uptown average at AED 30,000, with three-bedroom villas averaging at AED 35,000 and four bedrooms at AED 43,000. Al Mowaihat three-bedroom villas average at AED 55,000, with four-bedroom at AED 65,000 and five bedrooms at AED 75,000.

Five-bedroom villas in Al Helio are available at an average price of AED 1,200,000, and Al Mowaihat at AED 1,500,000.

“The Northern Emirates provide a great alternative to affordable living in the UAE, particularly for those who are working in Dubai and are open to the commute. Our report aims to provide a transparent view of the market and support residents to make well-informed decisions when it comes to finding the right property for them and their families within budget,” commented Samer Abdin, General Manager at dubizzle Property.

Background Information


dubizzle.com is the leading classifieds website for users in the UAE. Since its launch in 2005 by J.C. Butler and Sim Whatley, dubizzle.com has become the number one platform for users to buy, sell, or find anything in their community. A community where underused goods are redistributed to fill a new need, and become wanted again, where non- product assets such as space, skills and money are exchanged and traded in new ways that don’t always require centralized institutions or ‘middlemen’.

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