How do I contact DEWA?

Customer Care Center DEWA has launched a round-the-clock contact center to serve you even better. You can call us at anytime of the day on the following number: +971-4-601-9999.

How much is Sewa deposit in Sharjah?

Sharjah: Expatriate residents in Sharjah will have to pay water and electricity deposits from between Dh3,000 to Dh4,500 depending on the size of the flat and consumption.

What DEWA means?

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)

How do I complain to DEWA?

Inform us by email on [email protected] or phone on +971-4-601-9999.

What is housing charges in DEWA bill?

The Dubai Municipality charges a housing fee for its services, which is to be paid along with the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) monthly bill. The Dubai Municipality housing fee for tenants and homeowners is set at 5% of the property’s annual rent and is paid in monthly instalments.

How do I cancel my DEWA and get deposit back?

Online Procedure

  1. Step 1: Log in with User Id and password.
  2. Step 2: Select the contract account.
  3. Step 3: Select refund option.
  4. Step 4: Enter required information.
  5. Step 5: Submit request.

Is sharing accommodation legal in Sharjah?

As such, there is no rules for sharing accommodation in Dubai that restricts single women or men to share an apartment with people of their own gender. However, landlords sometimes do not let out their property to a group of men and/or women, especially in family-friendly residential areas.

How much is SEWA cancellation fee?

(AED 100.00 as disconnection fee – AED 100.00 as urgent Refund fee for deposit in case not exceeding AED 10,000.) Cancellation stamp on Tenancy Contract by the Economic Department.

What is DEWA housing fee?

Now with the law in full effect, everyone’s going to have to pay 5% of their rent towards the housing fee. If you own a property, you’ll be charged 5% of its rental value as per the RERA rental index. If you’re shifting homes or moving into a new place, your housing fee will be billed from the first DEWA bill itself.

How much is DEWA deposit?

Security Deposit: AED 2,000 for a Flat (Residential Premises). AED 4,000 for a Villa (Residential Premises).

How are housing fees calculated?

The municipality fee is calculated as five per cent of the annual rent. It is collected in 12 equal monthly instalments that appear in the monthly Dewa bill. For example, an annual rent of Dh55,000 should incur a monthly housing fee of Dh230.

Do owners pay DEWA housing fee?

Q: Do I have to pay a housing fee if I’m an owner and living In the property? A: The housing fee in Dubai applies to everyone, renters and homeowners alike. The housing fee is usually collected by DEWA. It is calculated as 5% of the annual rent.

How to view your Dewa bill in Dubai?

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What does Dewa stand for in water and electricity?

Unique programme enabling customers to check, compare and monitor electricity and water consumption in comparison with efficient similar homes. are the new characters that symbolize for electricity and water, that aims to establish the concept of conservation among the younger generations.

Who is the water and Electricity Authority of Dubai?

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What do you need to know about Dewa Shams?

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