The Real Estate (Regulation & Development Act) popularly known as RERA came into effect on 1st May 2016 after the government of India sought to promote discipline and transparency in the real estate sector of the country.
The government of Uttar Pradesh has notified the UP Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act (RERA) on 29 October 2016. Counting to regulate the real estate sector in the state, this disciplinary law mandates all the real estate developers to register their ongoing projects and real estate agents to register themselves with the UP RERA.
We all have heard a proverb “Tit for Tat” but it seems that this is not true when it comes to the RERA. Recently, we heard news stating that RERA fined developers for not registering their project on time with the authority.
We couldn’t be more excited to announce the recommencement of the “Campaign for RERA Awareness in India (CRAI)”, our nation-wide effort to bring awareness about the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) and revolutionize the country’s perception of the Indian Real Estate Industry.
The Indian property market has been an attractive place for the NRIs in terms of big investments. Owning a property in India makes them feel closer to their roots and natives.
The Campaign for RERA Awareness in India (CRAI) by APNA RERA has achieved its goal of imparting information related to Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act (RERA) among thousands of real estate stakeholders.
The government of India has introduced a game changing reform in the Indian real estate sector known as the Real Estate (Regulation & development) Act (RERA).
The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act alias RERA is a reality now. The government has mandated real estate developers to register their project with the RERA before 31st July 2017.
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Almost half of the Indian states have notified and implemented the Real Estate (Regulation & development) Act (RERA).
The Real Estate (Regulation & development) Act, (RERA) is a revolutionary reform by the Government of India in the real estate sector.
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A real estate developer can register his project by filling up the Application for registration of project (Form A) along with Self-assisted affidavit (Form B).
A real estate agent can register himself/herself by filling up the Form G.
The state governments are on the radar of doubts by the home buyers who believed that the government and would implement a neutral Real Estate (Regulation and development) Act, RERA
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