Dubai RERA resources

The Real Estate Regulatory Agency was established as a result of a law issued by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, in 2007. Supported by the Dubai Land Department, RERA plays a key and executive role in the regulation of Dubai’s real estate scene. Despite being a young entity and with the help of a qualified national staff, the RERA has managed to register all real estate development and brokerage companies in the emirate... read more about RERA

Dubai approved list of:

Broker's licenses types:

Green cards are issued under the developers licenses and brokers are allowed to sell the projects which is related to the developer's  only Green cards are issued under the developers licenses and brokers are allowed to sell the projects which is related to the developer's  only

 

Green cards are issued under the developers licenses and brokers are allowed to sell the projects which is related to the developer's

only

 

Blue cards are issued under the DED licenses and brokers are allowed to work in Dubai Blue cards are issued under the DED licenses and brokers are allowed to work in Dubai

 

Blue cards are issued under the DED licenses and brokers are allowed to work in Dubai

 

Yellow cards are issued under the free zone licenses and the brokers are only allowed to work in the areas which belong to that free zone Yellow cards are issued under the free zone licenses and the brokers are only allowed to work in the areas which belong to that free zone

 

Yellow cards are issued under the free zone licenses and the brokers are only allowed to work in the areas which belong to that free zone

 

Red cards are issued for brokers who are involve in selling time share units only Red cards are issued for brokers who are involve in selling time share units only

 

Red cards are issued for brokers who are involve in selling time share units only

 

 source of information is  - Dubai Land Department