Apply for a Dubai holiday home permit
All holiday apartments and villas in Dubai must be registered and approved by DET prior to listing on Dubai Vacation Homes.
You can apply directly for your permit, or our owner’s onboarding team can apply for your Dubai holiday home permit.
How to get a Holiday Home FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers on applying for a Holiday Home Permit in Dubai
Title deed or sales purchase agreement copy and payment completion certificate, signed passport copy or Emirates ID of the landlord, trade licence copy if the unit ‘landlord’ is a company, Emirates ID or passport copy of the authorised signatory, property management letter as per downloadable template, recent Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) bill, tenancy contract for individual tenant
By law, holiday homes permit must be displayed in the unit.
Dubai Vacation Homes owner’s onboarding team can apply for your holiday home permit.
A Dubai holiday homes permit is issued for a minimum of three months and a maximum of 12 months. Permit fees are irrespective of the validity period.
Once registration is reviewed and approved, individual owners will be sent a payment link within one business day. The registration will become active once payment is confirmed.
As Dubai Vacation Homes is a professional operator and if we apply for your permit, it will be active on our account within one business day of registration.
The DET imposes a one-time application fee of AED 1,500, in addition to an AED 10 knowledge fee and AED 10 innovation fee.
Yes, the Dubai Vacation Homes owner’s team can process your application on your behalf.