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Dubai Land Department Launches eMart

18/11/2013

Dubai Land Department launched today a new online real estate portal known as eMart. It is an online portal for the auction, sale, and rental of properties and a simple and convenient exchange centre for real estate private and public real estate information.

Dubai Land Department launched today a new online real estate portal known as eMart. It is an online portal for the auction, sale, and rental of properties and a simple and convenient exchange centre for real estate private and public real estate information, that guarantees transparency and credibility in all data, in line with the vision of the Government of Dubai.

This is expected to influence various commercial sectors, since the success of Emartech in enhancing the attractiveness of real estate to investors will be advantageous to the overall economic situation of the emirate, through the global access eMart would provide to Dubai’s real estate.

eMart is considered novel in the world of real estate as the services offered to stakeholders in the market are unique and an implementation of the Government of Dubai’s vision to move towards smart government in all its institutions. All who wish to use eMart and benefit from its numerous services can find everything they need by browsing to emart.gov.ae.

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