Qatar Ministry of Justice has launched a real estate brokerage system intending to provide a portal for self-services to real estate brokers. The new system serves as a direct channel of communication and contributes to the provision of real estate brokerage services electronically, without actually contacting the administration.
Assistant Undersecretary for Real Estate Registration and Authentication Affairs at MoJ Saeed Abdullah Al Suwaidi said that “the launch of this programme represents a qualitative shift in the provision of services to the real estate sector electronically in general, including the real estate brokerage profession, and to facilitate customers’ access to exemplary services in accordance with the latest regulations in this sector.”
He added that “a comprehensive digital transformation plan has been developed and is currently being implemented in coordination with the Information Systems Department at MoJ aimed at developing and updating all real estate registration and documentation services.”
The Ministry explained that the real estate brokerage system in Qatar is based on two gates.
The first one is the external public for realtors containing self-services through which services can be obtained electronically, and they can also automatically apply to the department after registering with the system.
The second specializes in providing electronic services to management staff specializing in administrative, technical and logistical procedures from receiving applications to sorting and approving them or returning them to the applicant in the event of a shortage of application attachments.
Director of the Information Systems Department at the Ministry Hissa Ali Al Sulaiti said that “this system strives to provide the needs of the real estate brokerage department and update the service systems in the Ministry and provide the latest electronic services to the public.
It also reduces the time and effort consumed by the reviewer in terminating their transactions, particularly those related to a legal professional.”
“A comprehensive review of all services provided to lawyers, mediators and experts, which contribute to facilitating their work, as well as providing the legal support required for the judiciary and other stakeholders and beneficiaries of the legal services provided by the Ministry of Justice,” she confirmed.