Dubai Land Department introduces 'my e-licenses' programme for real estate brokers
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, October 16 - 2012 at 16:33
- PRESS RELEASE
The Government of Dubai Land Department (LD) has launched the real estate e-licenses programme. The programme is part of service package introduced by the department during Gitex Technology Week 2012.
Sultan Butti bin Mejren, the Director General of the Land Department, said, "This new electronic programme comes in line with LD's adopted strategy to offer premium services to the real estate sector so Dubai market becomes a regional model for real estate standards."
He noted that Dubai is striving to develop its public services and enhance efficiency while focusing on customers. The goal of "My licenses" is to save customers' time and effort by utilizing this modern e-technology. Each real estate firm licensed by RERA and registered in the Tabu (land registration system) can apply to get a username and password from the LD in order to access "My licenses" and register to submit applications electronically and easily.
Bin Mejren pointed out that real estate brokers can access the e-licenses as well, for example to request the issuance of real estate broker ID card, apply for renewal, cancelation, replacement of a lost card and request data modification in the brokers register.
The real estate firm can apply to issue real estate office certificate, renew expired certificate, modify the information of the firm, cancelation and ability to reprint the firm's certificate.
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