A new group of real estate brokers takes the oath

Doha: A new batch of licensed Qatari real estate brokers was sworn in before the Justice Ministry’s Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee yesterday.

The batch consisted of 34 brokers, including individuals and real estate brokerage firms, bringing the number of licensed brokers since the new law came into effect to 289 Qatari real estate brokers licensed and registered with the Department of Real Estate Brokerage.

The authorization of this lot, since the start of the Ministry of Justice to activate Law No. 22 of 2017 to regulate the work of real estate brokerage, falls within the scope of the procedures for implementing the provisions of the law, and pushes real estate brokerage towards an organized legal environment ready to keep pace with the country’s economic and urban renaissance and the great expansion of the real estate sector, including the reconfiguration and organization of the real estate system to achieve the objectives of Qatar National Vision 2030 This move is part of the efforts of the Ministry of Justice to reorganize the real estate brokerage profession, and to work in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 22 of 2017 regulating the work of real estate brokerage in the service of the national economy, develop working mechanisms in the real estate market, and qualify brokers including office owners and brokers Qataris.

The ministry emphasizes the need to deal with ministry-licensed real estate brokers to avoid violations.

The license for this batch came about after following the regulatory procedures specified in accordance with the provisions of the law, which include interviewing candidates for the profession, inspection of their offices, verification of their compliance with the requirements of the practice of the profession and participation in specialized training. course at the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies.

The Ministry’s Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee is responsible for receiving and sorting applications and organizes the required training in coordination with the Training Department of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, in order to ensure that the applicant meets to all professional and legal requirements to fulfill its role in this sector.

The Real Estate Brokerage Department has begun to implement an integrated plan that includes training, activating the executive procedures of the law, including the organization of visits to offices working in the sector and the appointment of candidates for the exercise of the profession for training courses subject to licensing controls.

Kristan F. Talley