UAE - The Dubai Land Department (DLD) and MBC Group have announced the launch of a TV programme titled 'Mohemma Akaria' (Real Estate Mission).
The TV show is aimed at attracting new real estate investment into Dubai and the GCC by highlighting the unique features that make Dubai and the wider region an attractive environment for property investors.
'Mohemma Akaria' will be aired once a week from February 17 (every Saturday) on MBC1 at 7.30pm UAE time.
Sultan Butti bin Mejren, director-general of DLD, said: "As the governmental entity responsible for regulating and promoting Dubai's real estate sector while also spreading knowledge and a strong real estate culture, the DLD is pleased to work in partnership with a leading media group like MBC. Our partnership will help us strengthen our promotion efforts, attract more investors and consolidate real estate awareness across the region."
Ali Jaber, group TV director of MBC Group, said: "We look forward to this pioneering television experience. This programme is the first of its kind in the region and features a unique combination of entertainment and education; we are confident that it will drive real estate investment in Dubai and across the GCC."
'Mohemma Akaria' includes 15 episodes and will conclude before the holy month of Ramadan.
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