Draw For More Than 600 flats To Be Conducted by DDA

By : 360 Realtors

21 September, 2021

The DDA is likely to carry out draws for more than 600 flats for applicants who are presently on the waitlist. This is for the Housing Scheme of 2021, according to the officials. These housing units are a part of the leftovers of inventories after several allottees have surrendered their apartments. However, the price range of these apartments has not been disclosed by DDA yet.

On March 10, the DDA (Delhi Development Authority) had allotted as many as 1,353 apartments as a part of the housing scheme. This was carried out online through a draw of lots. It was on January 2 that the Housing Scheme for 2021 was launched. The applications were received till 16th February. DDA had more than 1,354 flats on the offering. It should be noted that these flats came under several categories. Moreover, they were located across localities such as Jasola, Manglapuri, Dwarka, Rohini, and Vasant Kunj.

Out of these flats, the most expensive was priced at INR 2.14 crore. This was in the HIG (High-Income Group) category. In the MIG (Middle-Income Group) category, as many as 757 apartments were being offered. This is the highest among all the categories.

It should be noted that the DDA has planned to carry out a draw for the allotment of apartments as per the Housing Scheme 2021 to the waitlisted applicants. This will take place through random number generation. There would be independent observers present during this time. The observers would include a senior officer of the Indian government and a retired judge. The process would be streamed online for the general public to take a look at the proceedings.

Often people surrender apartments considering problems like lack of civic amenities, issues in accessibility, connectivity, safety, or transportation. Nevertheless, this would boost the real estate industry in India significantly.