May 21, 2024
Real Estate

Emaar Properties To Cover Repair Costs For Homes

Affected By Dubai’s Recent Severe Weather

In response to the severe rainstorm that swept through Dubai Emirate in the United Arab Emirates starting on April 16, 2024, Emaar Properties has announced an initiative to alleviate the burden on its affected community residents.

The real estate giant has pledged to shoulder all expenses associated with repairing homes within its communities, ensuring residents face no financial strain in the rainstorm’s aftermath.

Emaar’s dedicated teams sprang into action from the moment heavy rainfall began, working tirelessly on the ground. They swiftly collaborated with local authorities to assess and address damages, demonstrating Emaar’s commitment to community welfare.

Mohamed Alabbar, founder of Emaar Properties, said: “At Emaar Properties, we are deeply committed to the well-being and safety of all our residents and stakeholders.”

He announced the company’s decision to repair all properties within its Dubai communities affected by the recent rains at Emaar’s expense.

Alabbar reaffirmed Emaar’s commitment to supporting the community during times of need, ensuring swift and seamless restoration for affected residents.

Emaar’s proactive approach is comprehensive, extending to coordinating with local authorities and initiating assessments and repairs for all damaged properties. Regardless of age, all homes that have reported storm-related damages and registered through Emaar’s call centre are eligible for this complimentary service.

Emaar Properties, listed on the Dubai Financial Market, is a global real estate developer renowned for its premium lifestyles. With a significant presence across the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia, Emaar boasts a land bank exceeding 1.7 billion sqft in the UAE and key international markets.

Since 2002, Emaar Properties has delivered approximately 108,000 residential units worldwide, solidifying its reputation for timely project delivery.

The company’s portfolio includes iconic landmarks such as the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, and Dubai Fountain, alongside a diverse range of shopping malls, hospitality, and leisure destinations.

Featured image: Emaar Properties has built several communities in Dubai. Credit: Emaar Properties

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