Emiratis get to tweak their dream homes with Teyaseer

emiratis, teyaseer, dream homes

Abu Dhabi - The launch of Teyaseer took place during the opening of the Customer Happiness Centre and show village in Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi.



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Ismail Sebugwaawo

Published: Thu 27 Feb 2020, 10:04 PM

Last updated: Fri 28 Feb 2020, 12:08 AM

A new government initiative to provide home design and building guidance to citizens has been established in the Capital.
Sheikh Khalid bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Member of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office, launched Teyaseer - a non-profit subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding Company (ADDH) - to provide optional advisory services to all UAE nationals benefiting from the Emirati National Housing Scheme in Abu Dhabi.
The launch of Teyaseer took place during the opening of the Customer Happiness Centre and show village in Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi. The centre will provide premium guidance services and example villas allowing customers to visualise their dream home and make it a reality with their selected design consultant. Teyaseer will provide a suite of modern and traditional customisable designs, which are both approved and accredited by the Department of Municipalities and Transport - Abu Dhabi.
The launch of Teyaseer supports Ghadan 21, a Dh50 billion development plan for Abu Dhabi to accelerate emirate's competitiveness and its residents' living standards.
Teyaseer will additionally enable Emiratis to more easily obtain modern homes that suit their requirements, in line with the vision of UAE leaders to foster familial and societal stability in UAE society.
Sheikh Khalid highlighted the importance of Teyaseer in providing services that offer citizens a high quality of life, in line with the ambitions of the Abu Dhabi government. He also emphasised the importance of continuously improving the housing services offered to Emirati families, thereby sustaining a high standard of living for them and meeting their needs and requirements while streamlining their day-to-day lives.
Under Ghadan 21, around 6,000 new housing loans have been introduced to ensure that all Emiratis have access to safe and affordable housing and services, with Dh11.6 billion worth of houses and land distributed.
"The government of Abu Dhabi aims to provide housing for Emiratis that is tailored to their specific design tastes, and Teyaseer meets that aim. Through this initiative, beneficiaries of the Emirati National Housing Scheme in Abu Dhabi can use a streamlined process when building their dream home," said Bashir Khalfan Al Mehairbi, acting director-general of the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority.
For participants of the scheme, Teyaseer representatives will recommend qualified design experts, supervision consultants, and construction contractors who are specialized in property development, based on global best practice.
ismail@khaleejtimes.com


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