DLD is­sues 0.5m real es­tate per­mits through ‘Trakheesi’

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pro­vided to res­i­dents of the emi­rate.

Sul­tan Abdullah Al Suwaidi, Chair­man of Shar­jah Eco­nomic De­vel­op­ment De­part­ment, SEDD, re­ceived Saif Hu­maid Al Falasi, Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Ofi­cer at ENOC Group, at the SEDD main head­quar­ters, to ex­plore ways of strength­en­ing ar­eas of co­op­er­a­tion avail­able in gen­eral and a strate­gic part­ner­ship with SEDD to op­ti­mise the vi­brancy of Shar­jah’s econ­omy and the im­por­tance of its mar­ket for the group.

The SEDD Chair­man em­pha­sised the im­por­tance of hold­ing such meet­ings which would en­hance co­op­er­a­tion and mu­tual co­or­di­na­tion and con­trib­ute to the sus­tain­able eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment of the emi­rate. The meet­ing was at­tended by the ENOC ofi­cials and oth­ers from SEDD.

The ENOC Group ex­pressed its ap­pre­ci­a­tion for the con­cerns placed by His High­ness Dr. Sheikh Sul­tan Bin Mo­hammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Coun­cil Mem­ber and Ruler of Shar­jah, and his di­rec­tives to cre­ate an in­vest­ment en­vi­ron­ment and in­ter­est in the eco­nomic as­pect. DUBAI: The Dubai Land De­part­ment (DLD), through the Real Es­tate Reg­u­la­tory Agency (RERA), an­nounced the is­suance of nearly 500 thou­sand real es­tate per­mits for real es­tate com­pa­nies through the ‘Trakheesi’ sys­tem.

Ali Ab­dulla Al Ali, Di­rec­tor of Real Es­tate Li­cens­ing De­part­ment at RERA, said: “Achiev­ing this num­ber relects the over­whelm­ing ap­proval of ‘Trakheesi’ and the ser­vices it pro­vides to cus­tomers in an easy, efi­cient, and pro­fes­sional man­ner. It al­lows cus­tomers to ob­tain a wide range of per­mits to as­sist with their trans­ac­tions in the high­est de­gree of trans­parency, and in har­mony with the reg­u­la­tions and leg­is­la­tions in this sec­tor.”

The elec­tronic ser­vice sys­tems in ‘Trakheesi’ are easy to use, al­low­ing for the im­me­di­ate is­suance of all types of per­mits at any time and with­out the need to go through RERA.

Cus­tomers may ob­tain 15 types of ap­proved real es­tate per­mits, in­clud­ing those for elec­tronic and or­gan­is­ing real es­tate ex­hi­bi­tions, and those re­quired for out­door and news­pa­per ad­ver­tise­ments, as well as for open days. ’Trakheesi’ also helps cus­tomers carry out pro­mo­tional cam­paigns and SMS, ve­hi­cle, and print ad­ver­tise­ments for their real es­tate projects, among oth­ers ac­tiv­i­ties.

One of the ser­vices of­fered by the sys­tem is also the is­su­ing of per­mits for clas­si­ied ads and bill­boards. De­vel­op­ers are re­quired to ob­tain per­mits from RERA to or­gan­ise project launches, pro­mo­tional cam­paigns and plat­forms, or to ad­ver­tise and or­gan­ise real es­tate sem­i­nars within the Emi­rate.

Al Ali added: “The new ver­sion of ‘Trakheesi’ was launched last year with up­dated and im­proved ser­vices to fur­ther fa­cil­i­tate and ac­cel­er­ate the pro­ce­dures needed by cus­tomers. The sys­tem con­trib­utes to the smart trans­for­ma­tion of ser­vices pro­vided to real es­tate com­pa­nies and is in di­rect re­sponse to the in­creas­ing de­mand from cus­tomers and in­vestors for a process that saves them time and ef­fort, al­low­ing them to com­plete trans­ac­tions as soon as pos­si­ble with­out the need to re­fer back to DLD.

‘Trakheesi’ also al­lows real es­tate bro­ker­age ofices and real es­tate bro­kers work­ing in the Emi­rate to com­plete their trans­ac­tions through DLD’S ofi­cial web­site, serv­ing all parts of the Real Es­tate Li­cens­ing De­part­ment.

One of the main beneits of ‘Trakheesi’ is the speed in com­plet­ing doc­u­ments re­lated to bro­ker cards, where the time re­quired for com­ple­tion is now ive min­utes in­stead of two busi­ness days.

Achiev­ing the num­ber of five mil­lion per­mits re­flects the over­whelm­ing ap­proval of ‘Trakheesi’ and the ser­vices it pro­vides to cus­tomers in an easy, ef­fi­cient, and pro­fes­sional man­ner.

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