Table of Contents
- Haryana RERA for home buyers
- How to search for registered projects on Gurugram RERA?
- How to check your agent on Haryana RERA?
- How to register a complaint on the Haryana RERA portal?
- Haryana RERA for builders
- How to register a project on Haryana RERA?
- How to register as an agent on Haryana RERA?
- Latest developments in the Haryana RERA
- FAQs on Haryana RERA
After Parliament passed the central version of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016, states started introducing their own version of the real estate law, keeping the basics laid in the Union version.
The Haryana Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Rules, 2017, came into force on July 28, 2017, while the Haryana RERA portal was launched on October 4, 2018. Here’s what you need to know about the Haryana RERA.
Haryana RERA for home buyers
How to search for registered projects on Gurugram RERA?
Go to the homepage www(dot)haryanarera(dot)gov(dot)in, and click on the ‘Project Registration’ tab for ‘Search projects’. Developers can also use this facility to register their project.
Now, select the project authority whether RERA Gurgaon, RERA Panchkula or the Haryana Real Estate Apellate Tribunal – do note here that the RERA Haryana has separate jurisdiction in Panchkula and Gurugram. Enter the project number and project year. Enter captcha to search for projects.
How to check your agent on Haryana RERA?
Dealing with a real estate agent for a property transaction? There are chances that you may fall into the trap of a dubious person. As a precaution, you can access the list of registered agents on the Haryana RERA website. There are 557 registered agents on the portal as of February, 2020. Details about their district, registration certificate, etc., are also available online. Home buyers should use such details to their advantage.
How to register a complaint on the Haryana RERA portal?
Have a complaint against a project, builder or agent? Here are steps to register your complaint. Before filing a complaint, make sure you go through the rules.
Step 1: Go to the homescreen and opt for registering the complaint.
Step 2: Fill in the form and follow all the steps as directed.
Step 3: Once you fill the form and submit it, you will receive an online complaint number. Keep it handy for future use.
Step 4: Make the payment. At present, the fee is Rs 1,000 per complaint. An added cost of Rs 10 per annexure is also levied. Payment can be made by way of demand draft in favour of the the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority.
Step 5: After payment, print the acknowledgment page for reference.
Step 6: You will also need to print outs of the Performa B. This will be the detailed form. You can make five copies of the same.
Step 7: Annex a copy of a certificate declaring that a self-signed copy of a complaint has been sent to the respondent directly and attach that certificate with the complaint.
Step 8: Physically deliver three copies of the set comprising Complaint Registration Form and Annexure and Demand Draft of Fee Paid and Detailed Typed Complaint and Self-declared and signed certificate in the office of Authority by hand or by post at the address.
Step 9: You can check the status of complaint regularly on the portal.
Haryana RERA for builders
How to register a project on Haryana RERA?
Step 1: Click on the Project Registration tab and signup to register the project.
Step 2: Basic details about the project, applicant details, will be required
Step 3: Save each page and continue.
Step 4: Fill up Form A and pay the requisite fee.
Step 5: You can also preview this form. Once you are sure of the details entered, submit the information. A temporary project ID will be saved.
Step 6: Keep handy a few copies of this registration form. Three of these will be submitted to the authority.
Step 7: Keep handy all necessary documentation such as bank draft, licences, approvals, renewal letters, ownership documents, bilateral agreement with DTCP, copy of LC-IV, power of attorney wherever necessary, zoning plan, building approvals and other such documents mentioned on the Haryana RERA website.
Step 8: Number all the documents and prepare them as per Haryana RERA regulations
Step 9: You can submit these documents online. One hard copy should be submitted to the authority.
Step 10: A receipt will be generated and the project will be live.
How to register as an agent on Haryana RERA?
Agents will need to provide details of their company and its type, whether held individually, as a society, proprietorship. You will also be required to provide the registered address. PAN card, proof of address, photographs, contact details, particulars of registration, bye-laws, etc., are required to complete the registration online.
Latest developments in the Haryana RERA
Resolutions and penalty: Gurugram RERA Chairman KK Khandelwal has said that the authority has been able to resolve 70 per cent of all the complaints ─ that is 6,598 complaints ─ so far. About 509 penalty notices have been sent and penalties worth Rs 40 crore have been imposed on erring developers so far.
Brokers under scrutiny: Strict action might be taken against brokers who have registered but not taken the licence. Going forth, the chairman has said that their registrations might be revoked. As per the RERA rules, brokers cannot charge more than one per cent as commission, split between both buyer and seller.
FAQs on Haryana RERA
How can I complain in Haryana RERA?
Go to the Complaint Registration section on the Haryana RERA portal, and follow the steps to successfully register your complaint. At present, the fee is Rs 1,000 per complaint. An added cost of Rs 10 per annexure is also levied. Payment can be made by way of demand draft in favour of the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority.
What is HARERA?
The HARERA or the Haryana RERA is the real estate authority in the state. It was set up on July 28, 2017, and the web portal was launched in October 2018.
How to check RERA-registered projects in Haryana?
If you are searching for RERA-registered projects on the official website, go to 'search for projects' under 'project registration'. If you find a project elsewhere, look for the RERA ID. If it is registered with the state authority, it will have an ID.