Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is going to launch its new housing scheme 2017 for the allotment of 13,000 residential flats. After the approval of the scheme, it will be launched in mid of June. DDA officials say that the brochure is ready for this and soon it will be launched in partnership with partner banks.
According to the sources, the proposal has been approved by the Deputy Governor Anil Baijal. However, DDA new housing scheme 2017 was to be launched in February, but it was delayed due to the incomplete work like road connectivity and street light installation and now it will be launched in mid-June. He said that the draft of the brochure is currently being read-proof.
Besides, DDA has started inspection of these 13,000 flats to be offered in DDA new housing scheme 2017. Before the launch of the scheme, these flats will be inspected by the six teams of engineers.
This decision was taken by the authority because in this scheme mostly flats are old which were surrendered by the allottees of 2014 scheme due to the small size of flats and lack of basic facilities.
The land owning agency will be offering around 13,000 flats under its housing scheme, of which 350 are two-room Middle Income Group flats, while about 11,000 are either one-bedroom Lower Income Group Flats flats or Janta flats.
This time, DDA has come up with new rules to prevent non-serious buyers and market speculation.The official said that if a buyer decides to cancel the application before the withdrawal date, then its application fee will not be deducted. If a buyer withdraws his application before the draw date but before issuing a demand letter, then 25 percent registration fees will be seized.
Apart from this, he said that after issuing demand letter but within 90 days the flat is returned then half fees will be seized. If there is anything like this after 90 days then the full registration fee will be seized.
There are mostly flats in Narela, Vasant Kunj, Rohini, Dwarka and Jasola in this scheme. In the scheme of 2014, 10000 vacant flats and 2000 second vacant flat are included in this scheme. Together with a total of 12000 flat are available for people. The registration fee for LIG category has been fixed at Rs one lakh, while
Rs 2 lakh fees for MIG and HIG category.
For this, DDA has entered into an agreement with SBI, Kotak Mahindra, HDFC, Axis Bank, IDBI, Canara Bank, Bank of Baroda, Central Bank and ICICI Bank for transactions related to the sale of the application form and the scheme. Before buying the flat, people can visit the areas where they are present in the flat and can see the flat. For this, the lock-in period has been removed.
Under this scheme, Both the husband and wife can apply for a flat. However, in the case of flat allocation, one of the two will have to return the flat. The applications will be invited through the both online & offline mode.
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