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In line with the Dubai Paperless Strategy Dubai Land Department, through the Registration and Real Estate Services Sector, announced the completion of a project that relies on artificial intelligence in the smart valuation process of real estate units.

Dubai Land Department, in cooperation with Property Finder, launched the fourth edition of Mo’asher, Dubai’s official sales price index. The base year for Mo’asher is 2012 and the base month for the monthly index is January 2012, with the base quarter for the quarterly index being Q1 2012.

DLD through the Real Estate Licensing Department of the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA), has announced the launch of its ‘Green List’ project, which seeks to provide additional services to the real estate professionals and empower the sector.

DLD managed to enhance the sustainability and continuity of real estate registration services through digital outlets and formats; thus, becoming available around the clock, allowing customers inside and outside the UAE to benefit from digital services with high flexibility.

This launch comes within the framework of regulating the real estate sector in Dubai and entrenching principles of transparency and accountability in all matters related to jointly owned properties in freehold areas across emirate.

Amlak Finance PJSC announced a newly formed partnership with Dubai Land Department (DLD). That aims to allow customers invest in ready and well-maintained properties listed by Amlak Finance via easy instalment payment plans for a tenure of up to six years.

Dubai Land Department (DLD), in partnership with Property Finder, launched the second edition of Mo’asher, Dubai’s official sales price index, working to improve and expand it to become an annual, quarterly, and monthly index that includes the Q1 2020 index

Dubai Land Department, DLD, has successfully introduced a new registration system for real estate transactions, which allows real estate owners to complete sales transactions for their properties remotely from anywhere in the world.

Dubai Land Department (DLD), in cooperation with Smart Dubai and the Department of Finance (DOF), launched remote payment services to facilitate the process of real estate registration through the Dubai Pay portal.

Dubai Land Department, DLD, through its Real Estate Regulatory Agency, RERA, announced that it will continue to provide all support services to its customers and ensure business sustainability in the current exceptional circumstances.

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