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Better Home decides to abolish expenses of unit’s ownership transfer

The board of directors of the Better Home Group company issued a decision to abolish expenses of transferring units’ ownership in the company’s projects, estimated at about 6% of the total value of the residential unit, as a facilitation for customers. The company pointed out that the board of directors decided to abolish these expenses …

Shaimaa Al-Aees

Palm Hills, NUCA sign 205 feddan mixed-use development agreement

Palm Hills Developments announced, on Sunday, that that its subsidiary, Arkan Palm for Real Estate Investment Company, of which Palm Hills owns 40% stake, signed a mixed-use co-development agreement with the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA) on a revenue sharing basis. The project will be built over 205 feddan in Sheikh Zayed City. It will …

Daily News Egypt

Metallurgical Holding Company, NUCA sign cooperation protocol to develop 1m sqm land plot in New Cairo

The Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Assem El Gazzar, and the Minister of Public Enterprise Sector, Hesham Tawfik, witnessed the signing of a cooperation protocol between the Metallurgical Holding Company, affiliated to the ministry of public enterprise sector, and the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA), affiliated to the ministry of housing, in order …

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NUCA, HDBEG join forces to introduce City Edge Developments

Mostafa Madbouly, minister of housing, utilities, and urban development, attended the launch of the newly established City Edge Developments that revealed the company’s unique and distinctive vision in penetrating the real estate market. City Edge Developments, a partnership between the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA) with 60%, the Housing and Development Bank (HDBEG) with 38%, …

Daily News Egypt

Government policies commodify housing: 10 Tooba

The government has been actively commodifying housing, says the latest report by 10 Tooba for Applied Research on the Built Environment. The independent institution says the government is advancing the pattern, whether directly, through investing in large-scale, higher-end housing, or through the continued market deregulation, encouraging speculative buying. The report noted that government policies further …

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