The Delhi Development Authority's (DDA) 2014 housing scheme kicked off on Monday, 01st Sep 2014 with over 25,000 flats on offer.
The Delhi Development Authority on Monday started accepting application for its much-awaited housing scheme with over 25,000 flats on offer across the national capital.
The agency has allowed online application for the housing scheme. Below is web URL for the same.
DDA Flat Website:
However, the applicants can go to the website of the following 13 banks to download the brochure of the scheme: Kotak Mahindra Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, IndusInd Bank, Union Bank of India, IDBI Bank, ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, HDFC Bank, Corporation Bank and the Central Bank of India.
These banks have also authorized by the DDA to accept paper application forms.
Online applicants can pay the registration money of Rs.1 lakh through NEFT, RTGS or net banking, DDA said. Payment through cheques, multiple bankers' cheque or multiple demand draft, credit or debit card is not acceptable.
Paper application forms for the housing scheme can also be bought from designated branches of these banks.
The last date of application is October 9, 2014. More than 90 per cent of the flats are one-bed room apartments located mainly across Rohini, Dwarka and Narela.
10 things you must know about DDA flats registration 2014
1. To apply, one has to be at least 18 years of age.
2. The applicant should not have any property in Delhi in his name. He/she should not be holding any joint property as well. Here is the link
3. To apply, you will have to deposit Rs.1 lakh as registration amount which will be returned if the flat is not allotted. The registration amount for EWS flats is Rs.10,000.
4. The registration can also be done online this time to ensure transparency in the process. The brochures are also available on the DDA website. The craze is so high that barely hours into the registration on Day 1, the website has crashed.
5. For the sale of brochures with registration forms and payment of the registration amount, the DDA has tied up with 13 banks. However, many bank branches are yet to receive the brochures. Read: DDA website crashes as 2014 housing scheme kicks off
6. At the time of filing applications, no document other than a copy of PAN Card is required to be submitted. Only one application form with Rs.1 lakh is to be submitted.
7. These flats - most of them single-bedroom units, popularly called LIG flats - are primarily located areas like Rohini, Dwarka and Narela.
8. Registrations for a total of 25,034 units opened and will go on till October 9.
9. The draw will be held within 15 to 20 days after October 9 and possession will be given latest by March 2015.
10. Unlike previous schemes where applicants could give a choice of flats in five categories/areas, the 2014 housing scheme gives only three such options.