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Sami Al Qamzi

Sami Al Qamzi

As director general of Dubai’s Department of Economic Development (DED), he can be easily connected to various important figures in the emirate.

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June 7, 2009 5:54 by



In December last year, DED signed an agreement with Dubai’s Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Rera) to facilitate all licensing procedures related to the real estate sector. Under the agreement, DED will issue business licenses related to real estate activities according to the procedures applied by Rera.
Bin Ghalita, the CEO of Rera said at the time that the objective of the agreement was to “develop a unified organizational structure that supports the interests of real estate investors and customers.”
The real estate activities covered under the deal include real estate development, consultation, brokerage in buying, selling and renting, rental services, buying land and real estate, organizing public auctions, timeshare residential units rental services, timeshare residential units rental brokerage and real estate pricing services.



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