Oman grants 9,692 residential plots of land in first six months of 2020

The Al-Dhahirah governorate acquired 33% of the total lands granted during the month of June, with 418 residential plots

Oman grants 9,692 residential plots of land in first six months of 2020
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Oman grants 9,692 residential plots of land in first six months of 2020

The Sultanate of Oman granted 1,268 residential plots of land to its citizens to facilitate home ownership in June 2020, bringing the total plots of land granted in the first six months of the year to 9,692, down from 14,524 plots of land granted in H1 2019.

The Al-Dhahirah governorate acquired 33% of the total lands granted during the month of June, with 418 plots; the governorate of South Sharqiya acquired 19.6% with 248 residential plots of land; and the governorate of Muscat claimed 15.9% with 201 plots of land.

In the first six months of 2020, the total number of residential plots granted in the North Sharqiyah governorate reached 1,975 plots of land, compared to 2,199 plots granted in the same period last year.

The Muscat governorate witnessed 2,572 plots handed over in H1 2020, while 1,490 plots were handed over in the Al Dakhiliya governorate during the first six months of 2020.

In the South Al-Sharqiya governorate, 651 residential plots were granted between the start of January 2020 and the end of June 2020, while 504 plots were granted in the South Al-Batinah governorate during the same period.

Meanwhile, the Al-Wusta governorate granted 152 plots in H1 2020, including 24 plots in June 2020, and the Musandam governorate awarded 146 plots in the first six months of the year, including 32 residential plots in June.

The Al-Buraimi governorate granted 123 residential plots in the first six months of 2020, compared to 1,127 plots during the same period in 2019.

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