Both real estate agents as well as brokers will be able to use the new system.
- Clients can complete their applications without visiting the DLD
- The app will allow agents and brokers to apply for and renew certificates
- The system can be accessed via the DLD’s website
With so much interest in the Dubai property market it is unsurprising that the Dubai land department (DLD) want to make it easier for people to obtain licenses and fill out their applications. The DLD have now introduced an e-license programme which will enable clients to complete their transactions without having to go to the DLD’s office which not only simplifies the entire process, it also saves time and effort and will relieve some of the business in the department.
Sultan Butti Bin Mejren, Director General of the Land Department, said: “This new electronic programme comes in line with the Land department’s adopted strategy to offer premium services to the real estate sector so the Dubai market becomes a regional model for real estate standards.”
The aim of the license system is to save customer’s time and effort by embracing this new modern technology and each RERA-licensed estate agent as well as those registered in the Land Registration system (TABU) can apply for a username and password from the DLD in order to access the application and submit applications.
The licenses can also be applied for by real estate brokers for the purpose of requesting a broker ID card, apply for renewal, replace a lost card, update information or renew their certificates. Accessing the site from a real estate firm means that you can issue or renew a certificate, update information or print and cancel the firm’s current certificate.
The system can be accessed through the DLD’s official website ready for real estate agents to start to reap the benefits.