The Dubai Land Department said its online real estate portal eMart is set to conduct its third auction featuring five high-end commercial and residential properties worth Dh190 million ($51.7 million).
Sultan Al Akraf, senior dire
EMart, an online portal run by the Dubai Land Department, sold seven commercial and residential properties worth Dh27.6 million ($7.5 million) at its second auction recently.
Auctioneers gathered in the hall reserved for them by t
eMart, an online portal run by the Dubai Land Department, has announced a second auction set for January 12, opening bidding for 11 new commercial and residential properties.
Sultan Al Akraf, director of First Registration at Duba
eMart, Dubai’s new online portal for real estate transactions which was launched in November, has attracted 29,000 visitors so far with new visitors joining every day, said a top official.
“We are delighted to reveal t
EMart, the online portal for Dubai real estate market, has fetched Dh74.6 million ($20.3 million) in sales from its first online auction of 11 residential and commercial properties.
The portal was launched by the Dubai Land Depart
Dubai Land Department said its smart real estate portal 'eMart' has put up 17 key properties (both residential and commercial projects) across the emirate for an online auction on December 4.
A first portal of its kind in