Purchase Instructions

With UCI, purchasing land in Palestine has become a simple process. As the largest developer of residential housing units in Palestine, UCI is highly experienced with the process of transferring ownership of land in Palestine. UCI’s dedicated team has created a process that allows its customers to purchase land in Palestine from anywhere around the world. Once you have selected your land and completed your down payment, all you have to do is complete UCI’s simple Land Purchase Limited Power of Attorney and UCI will take care of the rest.


Step #1: Select Your Land 


Placing a reservation can be done via telephone or in person with a TABO Sales Representative. If the customer would like to make an on-site visit to the TABO lands, he or she can simply make an appointment with a TABO Sales Rep who will proceed to take the customer to the TABO land using a company vehicle.


All available master plans can be viewed online through our interactive website www. TABO.ps where customers can see the master plan designs, plots available for sale, and view 3D panoramas as if they’re actually standing in the master plan themselves.


Customers can view the details of each plot, then afterwards add the desired plot(s) to the Price Request List and submit it along with their contact information.


Step #2: Down Payment 


After completing the reservation of the plot, the down payment  (20%), and providing the monthly cheques, the plot becomes fully reserved to the buyer and it’s changed from the color orange “Pending Reservation” to the color blue “Reserved” and becomes unavailable for sale. The customer may proceed to build on the land and use it during the financing term. UCI will only transfer title deed when all monthly payments are completed.

Step #3: UCI Land Purchase Limited Power of Attorney


In order to complete the land purchase process for its customers, UCI requires a Land Purchase Limited Power of Attorney (LPOA) to be provided by all its customers. The LPOA includes a standard text in English and Arabic that allows an officially registered local attorney to represent UCI’s customers during the land ownership transfer process. This is a necessary and very important document that is required to facilitate the land ownership transfer process to the name of the customer.


Step #4: Payments


All our customer can utilize our direct interest free financing for a period of five years:


1. Resident customers must pay a Down Payment of 20% and provide monthly post-dated cheques from a local Palestinian bank.


2. Non-resident customers must pay a Down Payment of 20% and wire transfer 20 equal quarterly payments to UCI’s bank account.




Foreigners (non-West Bank/Gaza ID holders) purchasing land or property in Palestine must receive a Buyer’s Permit Approval. The Buyer’s Permit Application will be submitted by UCI on behalf of its customers to the Palestinian Authority (PA) for review, as required by Palestinian Authority law. The Buyer’s Permit review process could take between 3 - 4 months for approval.


The Title Deed Process with the Palestinian Authority is the process of creating title deeds for land in Palestine.
The Title Transfer Process with the Palestinian Authority is the process of transferring title of a land from UCI’s name to the name of the customer.