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Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA)



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The Real Estate Regulatory Authority – Building a strong real estate regulatory environment
The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) was formed to improve regulation and encourage increased investment in the real estate sector. RERA will provide a strong regulatory framework for all stakeholders including buyers, owners, developers, valuers, property managers and brokers and will improve real estate transaction standards.
RERA will promote confidence in the real estate market by implementing professional standards and raising the levels of performance in the sector primarily through its Continuous Professional Development Programme for all real estate service providers.
RERA has introduced new regulatory requirements for off-plan sales by project developers. All developers must obtain a Property Developer License, an Advertising License, and a Development License from RERA.
RERA has set a six-month transition period (from 1 March 2018 to 30 August 2018) for brokers, developers and sales agents to adjust to the new regulatory environment. After that date, the law will be enforced, and penalties for non-compliance will be applied. License applicants can apply online through the RERA website. Visit www.rera.gov.bh for further information.

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