Bahrain house rent and lease agreement

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POSTED ON May 26, 2018

Bahrain house rent and lease agreement

BY: admin / 1 Comment / CATEGORY: Bahrain

How to rent a house in Bahrain?

Bahrain house rent. Indeed, every newcomer to Bahrain must know how to rent a house in Bahrain. Here, it is answering about what is the house lease agreement?  How to do Bahrain house search?

Certainly, all the nationalities can rent a house in Bahrain. For that, a legal lease agreement has to sign by the landlord and the tenant.

To begin with, the residence permit has to stamp in your passport. Normally the RP has to stamp in Airport itself.  Meanwhile, the health checkup has to finish which is depending on the visa type.

Thereafter, apply for an ID card called CPR (Central Population Register). Normally this work is doing by the employers themselves.

This CPR number is more important to make the lease agreement.

In between, the employer can provide a flat to their employee. In that case, no need for CPR because the rent agreement is in between the landlord and the employer.

About house lease agreement in Bahrain.

House lease agreement in Bahrain is normally for one year or two years. This house lease must have in stamp paper which is valid by the law of the state. Of course, this lease can extend to a further period.

Be cautious while signing the agreement. There have a fixed rent period and variable rent period.

Within the fixed period if the tenants change the house, the tenant is liable to pay the remaining month’s rent to the landlord. However, if you leave the country, no need to pay any rent.

How to find a house for rent in Bahrain?

Indeed, Bahrain’s house search is now easy. For Bahrain house search, hire a legal estate agent.  Besides, good real estate websites are available in Bahrain to find the right house. For example, we have a good website. Visit  for flats | villas | office spaces | warehouses | factories | land | labour accommodation | staff accommodation and more!

There have houses with or without furniture. The rent of a house with furniture normally including electricity charges and Municipal tax as well. However, for semi-furnished houses, the tenant has to pay 10% tax and power charges each month.

For that, the lease agreement has to register with the Ministry of Electricity and Water (EWA). Besides, a deposit has to pay to the EWA.

What are the normal terms of payment to rent a house in Bahrain?

It is common to pay the first three months’ rent as an advance when signing the lease. The next rent is due at the beginning of the fourth month. The rent is due in advance every month.

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