Thursday, 9 December 2010

DDA housing scheme 2010 - 16000 new flats from Delhi Development Authority

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is inviting application for the newly launched housing scheme named “DDA housing scheme 2010”. Under this scheme the D.D.A provides 16, 000 flats in Delhi. The flats are located in Mukherjee Nagar, Dwarka Area, Rohini Area, Vasant Kunj, Nagar and Motia Khan Etc. At the present condition the vlaue of flats are skyrocketing the investment in these flats will be a valuable investment.

The sale of application forms for DDA Housing Scheme 2010 already started on 24th November, 2010 and the closing date of application is 24th December, 2010.

There are some guidelines issued by DDA for the eligibility for applying the housing scheme

1.      Only an Indian citizen can apply for the scheme.

2.      The applicant should have completed 18 years of age, when submitting the application.

3.      The applicant or his/her spouse or minor or dependent children must not be an owner of any residential flat or plot or a portion of same on lease hold or free hold in Delhi or New Delhi.

4.      Both husband and wife can apply for the flats, but if both of them are successful only one shall be allotted the flat.

5.      One person can submit only one application.

6.      Those who have already been allotted a plot or house/flat of DDA or any other land owning department cannot apply for the flat under this scheme.

7.      There are no any criteria of income for applying for the Scheme. Those who can afford can apply for the scheme.

8.      Only those have an account in any bank can apply for the scheme and it is assumed that the bank followed KYC norms in respect of such accounts.

9.      The applicant should have Permanent Account Number (PAN) as per Income Tax Act and the same must be quoted in the application form.

The application forms are available at various branches of Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI Bank, HDFC bank, SBI and Union Bank with a price of Rs.106, including surcharge. Those who are eligible as per the above mentioned norms and also wish to apply for the DDA Housing Scheme 2010 can approach their nearest branches of any of the Banks to get the form. You can download the application form from DDA website (www.dda.org.in) also.

The registration fee for the 1BHK, 2BHK, 3BHK flats is Rs. 1.5 Lakhs and for Janta flats is Rs. 50,000. You can apply with the copies of PAN (Permanent Account Number), residence proof and bank statement.  The applicant must be PAN card holder and should need a Bank account.

Some banks are providing the registration fee as loan with a nominal charge including interest. If you don’t have enough liquid cash to apply for this DDA Housing Scheme 2010, you can approach these banks and can apply through them. You have to pay the interest in advance and only if you got the allotment, you should pay the registration fee to bank, unless the registration money will be refunded to the bank and your loan account will be closed.

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15 comments :

  1. Hi, I m interested to purchase a 2 BHK flat but i live in Meerut. but i m not delhi resident. Plz tell me the condition to apply.

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  2. First you determine your finacial goals and how much amount can be invested by you in monthly or quarterly. You can deposit any safe deposit schemes, mutual funds or shares according to your experience and risk bearing capacity, But ultimately you should take the decissions yourself, because it is your hard earned money.

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  3. Please suggest me Janta Flat is about how much sq.ft. and 1 BHK is also.

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  4. Application Form for Housing Scheme 2010

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  5. The plinth area of janata flat is around 20-25 sq. mtr and one BHK is from 31 sq.mtr to 61 sq mtr. it is differ from area to area. For a detailed list just download the brochure

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  6. Kindly clarify how much registration money to bedeposited for one bed room flats

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  7. Rs. 50000 is the application money for ORT flats

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  8. INDU KALRA( APPLICATION-1268457)6 March 2011 at 00:44

    WHICH STAGES THIS NO
    APPLICATION NO 1268457

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  9. shanti prakash Mukhi14 March 2011 at 07:39

    may i know the status u/m applications forms

    0077639

    0077641

    with regards
    s p mukhi

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  10. i want to buy those dda flats , is it too late for it ? or tell me when new projets a comming in delhi or in other states.
    thanks
    chetan

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  11. Dear Chetan

    You can buy DDA flats any time from the alottees or owners of DDA flats. But if you want to buy directly From DDA you have to wait till the next allotment notification from DDA. As per the conditions of DDA the present allottees cannot sell their allotment immediately

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  12. GOURI SHANKAR SINGH3 June 2011 at 05:57

    may i know the status u/m applications forms No.09131790

    with regards

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  13. can one buy a dda flat from the buyer / allottee under the DDA housing scheme 2010 i.e. recently allotted flats no. 16000, which are probably free hold and what will be the amount at which the said property can be bought from the allottee and can the same be registered in favour of the buyer from the allottee or is there any restriction under the above scheme that an allottee cannot sell the said flat for a certain period or if permission is required from DDA for selling the flat to the allottee?
    2. Can a flat allotted under a reserved category i.e. physically handicapped etc. be sold by the allottee under the recently scheme or any other old scheme in which the flat has been allotted under PH category by the person holding the flat without taking permission from DDA or if the said person has already sold the same to any other through a registered sale deed, in that case, can one buy the said flat without any reference to the DDA and if one buys the same without any reference to the DDA through a registered sale deed, is there any hindrance which can be created by the DDA or will that transaction be valid in the eyes of law or DDA?

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  14. i want to buy a flat in delhi, but i am staying at dubai country i am from india, tell me the procedure ,thanks

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