Abu Dhabi's ADHA offers 30,632 housing loans worth $16.6bn
Since its establishment, the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority has provided 25,847 houses and land plots to UAE citizens
The government of Abu Dhabi through the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADHA) has offered 30,632 housing loans worth $16.6bn.
The initiative is part of the housing and infrastructure projects launched in line with the UAE leadership’s vision to provide decent living conditions to all citizens of the UAE.
The government entity’s acting director general, HE Bashir Al-Muhairbi, has also announced on the ADHA’s official Twitter account that 640 senior citizen beneficiaries have been exempted from housing loans worth $177.5m (AED652m) from September 2019 to date, and contacts have been made with the beneficiaries.
Since its establishment in 2013, the the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority has provided 25,847 houses and land plots to UAE citizens, according to state news agency, Wam.