Dubai: Dubai Land Department (DLD), through the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA), issued a circular confirming the implementation of the new electronic service, Madmoun.
Accessible through the Trakheesi System, this service is represented by a quick response code (QR Code) issued for any real estate advertisement permit as part of DLD’s ongoing efforts to modernise and develop real estate governance procedures and enhance investor confidence.
Effective April 24, all real estate companies are expected to feature the QR code on their print and audiovisual advertisements. The code allows customers to quickly and easily verify the advertisement’s authenticity and validity, ensuring that it has been approved by RERA. Additionally, customers can access DLD’s website to view the complete advertisement information, including details about the advertising company and the property’s condition and specifications. The link can be secured to prevent any modification to the data.
DLD customers can scan the QR code on each real estate advertisement to get a glimpse of the property’s authorised details and establish if it has been sold or rented.
Real estate companies can activate the QR code through the Trakheesi system. RERA confirms that real estate companies must adhere to this service to prevent being subject to any violations resulting from it.
In addition, DLD strongly advises all customers and investors to only engage with real estate advertisements that feature the QR Code to ensure the protection of their rights and prevent their exposure to any fraudulent or unreliable transactions.