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Request to Register the Sale of a Mortgaged Property

This service allows customers to submit a request to restrict a mortgaged property until due payments in favour of the bank are made, in order to ensure the preservation of rights between the parties, provided that the sale procedure is completed after bringing the mortgage release letter from the bank.

Sale of Mortgaged Property Form

Individuals
1- Debit certificate or a letter from the developer with remaining amount
2- Emirates ID Card of the buyer & seller (For identification only, no photo is taken)/ copy of valid passport copy for Non-residents
3- Manager’s cheques as follow:
- cheque in the name of the bank/developer with debt amount
- cheque in the name of seller with remaining amount (if any)
- cheque in the name of Dubai Land Department with 4% as sale fees
4- Power of Attorney in case they are appointing someone on their behalf

Companies
If the company is not previously registered, it must be registered by applying for the registration of a company

For companies:
If the company is not previously registered, it must be registered by applying for the registration of a company

AED 1,000 for Restricting the Property
AED 10 Knowledge fees
AED 10 Innovation fees
Registration Trustee Fees: AED 525
Mortgage release fee: AED 1,290
Registration trustee fee to release the mortgage: AED 315

For the sale procedure (4% of sale value)
Registration trustee fees for the sale procedure is according to the value of the property. If the value is less than AED 500,000, the fees will be AED 2,100; if it was equal to or above AED 500,000, the fees will be AED 4,200
Issuing a map: AED 100 for lands, AED 250 for buildings and apartments
Title deed fee: AED 250
AED 10 Knowledge fees
AED 10 Innovation fees

Mortgage fee (if any) - 0.25% of the mortgage value
Title deed issuance fee: AED 250
Issuing a map: AED 100 for lands, AED 250 for buildings and apartments
AED 10 Knowledge fees
AED 10 Innovation fees

NOTE:
The registration trustee's fees will be exempt if the mortgage is registered on the same day. But, if the mortgage is registered on the next day or after, the trustee's fee will be charged at AED 4,200

Via the service centre
Step 1: The parties concerned with the transaction (the seller and the buyer) visit one of the real estate registration trustee offices to restrict a property for sale
Step 2: The customer submits the required documents to the real estate registration trustee employee and ensures they are complete and stored on the digital safe.
Step 3: The transaction data is entered into the system and verified by the employee.
Step 4: The customer pays the fees and receives a receipt via email.
Step 5: Following the verification of a DLD audit officer, a link (real estate registration certificate) is sent to the seller and buyer by email, and a check for the bank’s debit certificate is delivered to the seller to complete their procedures with the bank to extract the mortgage release certificate.
Step 6: After the parties (seller or buyer) submit the mortgage release letter, the property registration procedure is completed (mortgage release procedure, sale procedure and mortgage procedure, if any).

ePay
Dubai Pay
Noqodi
Manager Cheque to Dubai Land Department

Real Estate Registration Trustees offices (outside)

Restriction certificate
Fee Balances

15-20 Minutes