Dubai Land Department (DLD) announced that the emirate’s services centres have served more than 39,000 investors during the first six months of 2018, helping them complete their investments worth of AED 131 billion.
Dubai’s service centres witnessed 42,000 transactions in H1-18, distributed between 24,000 ownership transfer transactions and 18,000 deals for providing excellent services to investors, according to Dubai’s state-run utility.
“The demand for service centres is evident due to the completed transactions of more than 39,000 investors, valued at more than AED 131 billion. This confirms the success of this project, which aims primarily to provide the department’s services throughout Dubai to achieve the strategic vision of the Dubai Plan 2021,” DLD’s director general Sultan Butti bin Mejren commented.
In a bid to help customers to find various solutions to their needs, DLD opened 23 centres offering full-fledged services to the public, comprising 16 real estate registration trustees and seven real estate services trustee offices.