Hartland Greens is a collection of six mid-rise buildings that Sobha launched in 2016. It is located in Sobha Hartland, one of the most popular residential communities owned by the same developer. The principal contractor was Sobha Contracting, while the architectural concept was the responsibility of PNC Architects.
Hartland Greens, dubbed “Your Green Address in the Heart of Dubai,” combines the rhythm of a metropolis with tranquil natural areas. It has a view of the Dubai Water Canal and the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Hartland Greens has a wide range of residential units for sale and rent, including studios, one and two bedroom apartments, penthouses, townhouses, villas, and land plots.
Aside from being pet-friendly, this residential community has a variety of amenities, including a shared pool, a gym, covered parking, and valet service. Residents at Sobha Hartland Greens apartments can take advantage of the surrounding area’s parks, gardens, and shopping stores.
Hartland Greens are located in Mohammed Bin Rashid City (MBR City), close to Ras Al Khor Road, Oud Metha Road, and Dubai Al Ain Road. Dubai DXB International Airport is also reasonably accessible, only 15 minutes away by vehicle.
A 5-minute stroll will take you to the nearest Sana food store. Regarding healthcare, the Nad Al Sheba Health Center is only 10 minutes away by automobile. Residents may visit prominent Dubai sites within a 20-minute drive, including The Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, Meydan Golf Course, Meydan Racecourse, Dubai Canal, Dubai Fountains, etc.
Hartland Greens is an excellent investment opportunity due to its proximity to Dubai’s most important neighborhoods. Many commercial and residential districts, such as Ras Al Khor, Business Bay, and Nad Al Sheba, are only a 15-minute drive away. The neighborhood is particularly family-friendly, having two schools nearby, North London Collegiate School and Hartland International School, all within a 5-minute walk.
Regarding investment profitability, Sobha Hartland Studios generate the highest ROI of 5% annually. When calculating the net profit from rental income, one must account for management fees and a 5% income tax (approximately AED 5900).
As a result, the expected net profit from renting out the house for AED 35.000 per year is AED 31,000.