Harbor Real Estate supports “Yadul Khair Committee” with AED 150,000 to assist the needy in paying the rent

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Harbor Real Estate supports “Yadul Khair Committee” with AED 150,000 to assist the needy in paying the rent

May 18
17:17 2020
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Dubai, UAE – May 18, 2020 – Harbor Real Estate donates AED 150,000 to support ”Yadul Khair Committee” that was launched by the Rental Disputes Center (RDC), the judicial arm of Dubai Land Department (DLD) to help families, affected by judicial rulings issued by the RDC.

Harbor Real estate, a leading real estate service provider offering holistic real estate services to individual and institutional clients and has achieved the gold ranking for a third time in a row, is among the companies who contributed to support the ”Yadul Khair Committee”. It is also worth mentioning that Harbor Real Estate is an ISO certified customer service and an award-winning agency, which has received various prestigious awards and recognition from government entities across the UAE.

Mohanad Alwadiya, Chief Executive Officer of Harbor Real Estate, said, “This initiative and the ’10 million meals’ campaign are in conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan and the year towards the next 50 to support insolvent tenants in a meaningful way”.

He added that, this initiative aims to reinforce social solidarity and cohesion that the UAE has established in us. As we are part of the UAE real estate society, we need to sustain Dubai’s real estate environment by supporting the relations between tenants and landlords.

Alwadiya underlined that the initiative that was launched by Rental Disputes Center (RDC) that seeks to support needy individuals and families, embodies the values of tolerance, solidarity and cooperation inherent in the UAE society.

“One of our key objectives at RDC is to secure stable relations between tenants and landlords in order to sustain Dubai’s safe real estate environment,” said Judge Abdul Qader Mousa, RDC chairman.

He added that there are three underpinning factors to humanitarian situations considered by the RDC. First, individuals going through humanitarian cases must apply to “Yadul Khair Committee”, and the committee carefully scrutinizes their cases in order to provide assistance with the financial assistance cap set at AED 30,000.

Second, the Judgment Execution Department operating within the Rental Disputes Center that carries out eviction, forwards humanitarian cases for the ”Yadul Khair Committee” to take into account, as there are some evictions linked to humane aspects, such as the presence of children, patients, or elderly people. Furthermore, there are humanitarian cases raised by the RDC bailiffs through submitting a report for the “Yadul Khair Committee” to consider them with its parameters and standards fit for assistance.

Finally, the humanitarian aspect appears in the event of the defendants being imprisoned and deprived of their freedom, their problems are solved without asking for any paper work from them – going through application process.

For all such cases, the RDC has established the ‘Yadul Khair’ committee, which comes to the rescue of the afflicted, he added.

Judge Moosa added, “The money will be used solely for paying the dues, in line with the charitable and humanitarian aspect of the center’s operations. RDC has assembled specialized committees to oversee these cases and study the situations of families to determine their conditions.”

RDC Judge Abdulaziz Abdulrahman Ali Anwahi, president of ‘Yadul Khair’ committee, said that many of rental lawsuits were associated with humanitarian aspects, which should be taken into account out of empathy. Some of these cases may have been affected by the RDC verdicts issued against defendants in rental cases because of their own existing humanitarian conditions.

Judge Anwahi said RDC has developed a system to determine all humanitarian cases, which deserve special care and attention. Those who seek help must send an application to the committee, supported by a report detailing their social condition.

About Harbor Real Estate

Harbor Real Estate is a fully integrated real estate service provider based in Dubai and part of an established world class group of real estate companies in Australia.

Over the last few decades, the Harbor Real Estate services have evolved from traditional real estate brokerage of merely bringing buyers and sellers together to innovative world-class end-to-end real estate services. Harbor’ services include: Research & Investment Advisory Services, Marketing, Sales & Rental Services, Property Asset Management Services, and Handover and Project Management and Development Supervision Services.

Harbor has an extensive clientele base that consists of public and private entities, major developers, private and institutional investors and owner-occupiers. Harbor Real Estate has a dedicated team of award-winning realtors and consultants who are renowned for their expertise, high level of professionalism and insight into local and international markets. The company is committed to providing its customers with effective and efficient real estate solutions. Harbor Real Estate was also ranked among the top 5 real estate firms by Forbes magazine in 2017 and was voted as the best property management firm in the UAE by Property Times magazine.

For more information, please visit www.harbordubai.com

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