The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has opened its real estate registration and authentication office at Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), a leading onshore financial and business center in the region, paving the way for real estate investment trusts (REITs) to flourish in Doha's market. Among an array of other facilities, the office will offer real estate registration and authentication services to investors at QFC, making it easier for them to access the related services in a timely manner. The opening of the office builds on both QFC’s and MOJ’s continuous efforts to support investors during their entire business journey.
Nasser Al-Taweel, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Legal Officer at QFC said, "This is a significant step in the development of a more cohesive business ecosystem in Qatar in line with the government’s efforts to make it easier to do business in the country. The main services that will be provided by the office are real estate registration and authentication services to QFC entities. It is such partnerships and integration that stand as a witness to the initiatives of the government to attract and retain investors".
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