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Dubai Municipality offers drone surveys

Posted by DPS on 22/07/2017

Real estate in the city of Dubai is moving with the times. Innovative technology is developed to keep up with customer demand. The traditional real estate market has relied on photographs and descriptions. Over the last ten years or so floor plans and videos have also appealed to buyers. When marketing to an international audience, Dubai real estate must be cutting edge. The latest drone technology is coming online to help the market move to the next level. People want to know what their property looks like and where it lies in order to make a purchase decision.

Surveying form the air gives better data

Dubai Municipality has embraced this technology and can now offer aerial survey by drone. This gives the real estate industry the opportunity to show their potential clients what a new home or development looks like. It is an exciting development. As part of the Happy Dubai initiative, the people who buy property will be more satisfied with the information they are offered. Dubai is re-establishing itself as a global property hotspot. Developments such as this will only help to cement this place at the top table of world real estate. The information is accessed via a smartphone app and is used to promote and assess property and land.

It can also speed up the process

The time taken to assess in a transaction can slow down and even scupper transactions. This is a negative of the Dubai property market that is now addressed. This new system will take many of the time delays out of the process. People who own land and government departments can access information quickly and provide to their legal teams. The future looks brighter for the Dubai property market with new innovations such as this leading the way. Developers and real estate brokers will see a great benefit from this and the app is proving popular already.

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