Dubai real estate brokers earn Dh1.8b in commission

Written by | January 26, 2014 | 0

Buoyant property sector helped earned Dubai real estate brokers Dh1.8 billion in commission last year, the Dubai Land Department (DLD) revealed in a statement on Saturday.

The figure encompasses the amount of commission earned by property brokers registered in the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (Rera), DLD’s regulatory arm, with the sum representing two per cent of the total value of recorded deals.

“We have seen these high commissions because of the increased activity in the real estate market and in other economic sectors across Dubai,” said Yousif Al Hashimi, deputy chief executive officer of Rera.

“The impressive figure is mainly due to the optimistic atmosphere among investors, particularly over the past few months period ….. that saw many regulatory initiatives launched by DLD and also witnessed Dubai’s winning bid to host Expo 2020,” he added.


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