DLD signs partnership agreement with Chinese institute ‘DX Broker Training & Services’ to provide real estate training

DUBAI: Dubai Land Department (DLD), represented by the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA), has partnered with the Chinese institute ‘DX Broker Training Service’ to enhance awareness in the Dubai real estate sector.

This collaboration seeks to create an outstanding real estate training environment, improve service efficiency, enhance customer satisfaction, and elevate services to meet the highest standards and best practices.

The agreement was signed by Saif Juma Al Suwaidi, Director of the Real Estate Licensing and Enablement Department at RERA, DLD, and John Hue, Founder and Trainer of DX Broker Training and Services.

Saif Al Suwaidi emphasised the RERA’s commitment to enhancing its partnership with the private sector in line with wise leadership’s directives.

He expressed RERA’s eagerness to cooperate with the DX Broker Training and Services Institute by innovating initiatives and developing training programmes and educational courses. These programs aim to raise awareness among employees and st
akeholders in all real estate activities, enhance their understanding of rights and responsibilities, and improve smart and digital services in the real estate sector in the emirate.

‘We are honoured to sign a collaboration agreement with the Dubai Land Department. DX Broker Training and Services is committed to maintaining the highest quality in our real estate brokerage training courses. Additionally, we will focus on organising seminars and workshops for real estate investors to improve their understanding of Dubai’s real estate rules and regulations. We look forward to bringing positive impacts to the Dubai real estate industry,’ said John Hue, Founder and Trainer of DX Broker Training and Services.

The areas of cooperation outlined in the agreement include promoting a culture of continuous learning and professional real estate training, fostering innovation, and contributing to the development of professionals in the real estate sector to achieve excellence and sustainable development. Additional
ly, the agreement aims to raise awareness among real estate investors, owners, and stakeholders through awareness plans and dissemination of real estate knowledge.

The agreement also aims to develop, implement, and update diverse real estate training programs to qualify employees and stakeholders, including developers and others involved in various real estate activities, according to the best local and international standards and practices. Additionally, it includes organising seminars, workshops, and real estate conferences to discuss topics related to the real estate market and shed light on the sector’s current state.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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