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Dubai Land Departments signs off DH 131B in just 8 months via service centers.

Dubai Land Departments signs off DH 131B in just 8 months via service centers.

Dubai Land Department is a prominent legislative body in the UAE that provides realtors and developers with the legalities of owning, establishing and building breakthrough construction projects within the region. According to the latest figures released by DLD, the legislative body served more than 39,000 investors between a period of mere 8 months i.e. starting from January 2018 to August 2018.

These 39,000 transactions are all what various service centers of Dubai Land Department cleared for investors in the course of these months. Upon such high numbers of transactions and this overwhelming response, Sultan Butti Bin Merjen, the Director General of Dubai Land Department was recorded stating:  “This confirms the success of this project, which aims primarily to provide the department’s services throughout Dubai.”

Thus, with 23 centers offering complete services from start to end, Dubai Land Department includes 16 real estate registration trustees and 7 real estate trustee offices on a total. These service centers operate 8:00 am to 8:00 pm on daily basis throughout the week to provide the ease of access and availability to investors. Some of these offices even operate outside of their working hours and through off days like Saturday.

DLD has signed off a total revenue of DH 131B from January to August 2018 through service centers.

Upon further discussion, Sultan Butti Bin Merjen added: “We introduced this system to provide a number of accredited offices that can register main real estate transactions at locations and branches operating outside the department’s hours and days,” the official added. “The desired success was achieved after the real estate registration services were made available on a wider scale in the emirate, without the need to book appointments at Land Department’s headquarters.”

Thus, such positive advancement yet again ascertains the undying demand of the real-estate sector in the country and opens doors to further good investments.