DDA Buyers Get a Chance to Inspect the Flats Before Buying
In order to avoid the rejection of flats again like 2014, DDA has decided to let the buyers visit those 13,000 flats which were either surrendered or rejected in DDA Housing Scheme 2014. As DDA is going to bring back these flats again in the upcoming housing scheme.
DDA’s Vice Chairman Udai Pratap Singh informed that the buyers will be able to inspect the houses before they book them to ensure transparency as people would be able to see for themselves the facilities being provided to them.
Most of these flats were one bedroom (1 BHK) flats. These were either surrendered or rejected by the allottees due to their smaller size. A lack of roads and streetlights and inadequate water supply were the other complaints.
The houses are put back on sale by the city’s land developer under the banner of the 2016 housing scheme. The draw could be held in April.
On Thursday, DDA housing department principal commissioner JP Agarwal said that the improvement work on infrastructure such as approach roads is running and it would be completed within two months.
Aggarwal said that they would print two as well as three-dimensional pictures of the apartments on brochures and the website to give people a better idea of “their future homes.
The buyers will be given a month to complete the formalities and submit applications, the scrutiny of which would take another month.
He said that the agency may start giving possession around July-September by which the unfinished civil work and services in the colonies will be completed.
These flats are located in the city such as Sarita Vihar and Jasola in south Delhi, Dwarka in the southwest, Pitampura, and Rohini in the northwest, Dilshad Garden in the northeast, Paschim Vihar in the west and Mukherjee Nagar in the north.
Out of these 13,000 flats, 350 are two-room middle-income group (MIG) flats. The remaining are either lower income group flats (LIG) flats or Janata flats.
News Source: http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/customers-to-get-a-chance-to-look-at-rejected-dda-flats-before-buying/story-S0677R4O3Cf5GhFxqYSqcL.html