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Rain Damage Relief: Dubai Developers Pledge For Free Repair

Posted by Kelt&corealty on April 23, 2024

Developers in Dubai have come forward to extend their support to affected ones and restore normalcy. Given the effects of unprecedented rains this week that caused massive damage to vehicles and properties, real estate development companies have decided to offer free repair to rain-damaged properties.

The UAE has experienced its heaviest rains in 75 years. Because of torrential rains, it faced widespread damage to commercial and residential properties. The heavy rains turned roads into waterways. Many parts of the Emirates are still underwater despite a massive-scale operation.

Real estate companies such as Emaar Properties have decided to repair damaged homes within their communities. 

The Founder of Emaar stated, “In response to the challenges posed by this adverse weather and heavy rains that Dubai has experienced in the past few days, I am pleased to announce that Emaar will undertake the repair of all properties within our communities that have been damaged by the recent rains at its own cost to ensure that our residents can return to their daily lives as swiftly and smoothly as possible.”

He further added, “All homes, whether old or new, that have reported damages directly resulting from the recent rainfall and registered through Emaar call center are eligible for this service.”

The CEO of MAG Lifestyle Development also stated, “In light of the unprecedented weather conditions experienced in the UAE earlier this week, it is incumbent upon us to stand by our customers during these challenging times. The resilience demonstrated by our residents, coupled with the supportive measures enacted by the wise government, serves as inspiration for us to extend our assistance to those in need,” said Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah, CEO of MAG Lifestyle Development.

Damac Properties, a premium real estate developer in Dubai, has also committed to ensuring thorough coverage for residents. The developer further stated that in a bid to restore normalcy in rain-hit communities, it worked with local authorities. Mohammed Tahaineh, general manager of projects at Damac stated “As we work towards welcoming normality, I would like to express my thanks to our community for their patience.”


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