DARI – the digital real estate ecosystem – provides you with many lease-related services, through which you can register, renew, amend or cancel a property management agreement securely and smoothly. As an owner, you can issue a property management agreement by following these steps:

First: Property management agreement issuance (for a property management company)


Step 1: Determining the agreement type

  • Login to DARI using your unified number (UN), UAE pass or Emirates ID (EID) number
  • Click on “Services” from the home page
  • Select “Lease” from the Services list

  • Choose the type of the agreement > “Property management company” > click “Next”



Step 2: Specifying the property type

  • Select the properties allowed to list in the agreement > click “Next”
  • Specify the property type (building or unit) > click “Next”

Note: you can use the filters to identify the units from the building, their area and uses


Step 3: Selecting the properties


  • When choosing the properties (building or unit), the following will appear:
  • All units
  • If there were any blocked units, you will get the following message: “These units are blocked; you cannot complete the transaction. You can cancel the transaction or complete it choosing units that are not blocked.”


Step 4: Properties’ details

  • The system will show you the details of the properties you selected. Here, you can continue with one of the following two options:
  1. Add a property
  2. Delete a property, in which case the following message will appear: “Are you sure you want to delete unit number 1234 of the selected properties?” You will then be able to confirm the deletion or cancel it

Step 5: Agreement details (Company details?)

  • Fill in the required agreement details
  • Enter the trade license number to fetch the company’s information


  • The company needs to have active commercial activities
  • The second party must not be blocked

Step 6: Agreement details

  • In this step, you can select the permissions, such as:
  1. Collecting rent on behalf of the owner
  2. Terminate the agreement
  3. Allowing the first party to view the agreement’s details


  • You can also determine the agreement duration and value
  1. Allowing the first party to view the agreement’s details
  2. Determine the agreement duration and value (the value can be a percentage or a fixed AED amount)


  • The agreement value is the average of the fees agreed on by both parties (it is in percentage form only)
  • Agreement duration must not be less than 3 months or more than 4 years

Step 7: Appendix and documents

  • Add your notes if needed in the “Terms and conditions” section
  • Upload your documents
  • Review the documents you added > click “Next”


Step 8: Review

  • Review the agreement
  • If the agreement is complete, approve issuing it

Once the second party accepts or rejects the agreement, as a property agreement issuer, you will have the following options:

In the case that the second party has accepted the agreement:

  • Login to DARI using your unified number (UN), UAE pass or Emirates ID (EID) number
  • Click on “Applications” from the home page
  • Click on “Open” to review the agreement > Click on “Accept”
  • The agreement has been issued successfully, and you will receive a copy to download”