Inspection campaigns to monitor and regulate real estate advertisements in Ajman
His Excellency Eng. Omar bin Omair Al Muhairi, Director General of the Department of Lands and Real Estate Regulation in Ajman, confirmed that a specialized inspection team affiliated with the Department has launched a wide inspection campaign with the aim of monitoring real estate advertisements in the Emirate and the extent of compliance of real estate development companies, real estate offices and real estate owners with the legislation and laws in force in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 2 for the year 2020 regarding the regulation of real estate development in the Emirate of Ajman, which aims to create a safe investment environment, provide transparency and enhance the Emirate’s competitiveness in the real estate sector.
Al-Muhairi explained that the Department of Lands and Real Estate Regulation is keen to carry out its regulatory and supervisory role to the fullest in order to create a suitable environment for investors, preserve the rights of owners and traders, and regulate the relationship between the seller and the buyer, calling on all concerned parties to cooperate with the department by adhering to the regulations and legislations enacted by the government for them, and for a bright future for the real estate sector in the Emirate of Ajman.
He added that the Department provided, through its digital portal, a “real estate advertisement permit” service that does not exceed 5 minutes, which allows real estate developers, real estate offices, and real estate owners to obtain a permit to promote their real estate legally and avoid any kind of violations, through simplified procedures and steps represented in submitting the service application supported by the required documents, and then the application is reviewed and approved by the concerned departments in the department. After paying the specified fees for the service and final approval of the transaction, the applicant receives the approval of the advertisement permit via e-mail.