Generic FAQs for Haryana Affordable Housing Policy
- All Income Groups
- First Preference to one who has not been allotted any flat / plot in any HUDA developed colony / sector or any licensed colony in any of the Urban Areas in Haryana, UT of Chandigarh and NCT Delhi.
- An applicant can make only one application
Yes, NRIs & PIO are eligible to apply in such projects.
The eligibility for any future project will depend on the prevailing policies of the government at that time.
No, the applicant will not be allowed as he had been already allotted the property by the government but he chose to surrender it. The preference will be given to other applicants.
No, he won’t be issued a duplicate copy, though he can request the developer to share his application number.
No, an applicant can only submit one application in one project. Though he is entitled to apply in as many projects he wishes to.
No, the applicant cannot withdraw his application before the draw.
The date of draw is not pre-decided. Usually, it takes place within 3 months from the last date of application to the project.
Yes, the applicant needs to carry his copy of acknowledgement to the venue as it is the official receipt of application.
The Draw is completely transparent as it is conducted openly in presence of all applicants and certain high ranking state govt. officials and auditors (Third Party). The applicant can also take part in the entire process of draw. The entire event is video-graphed for transparency.
The draw will be separate for each category. The categories can’t be merged at the time of draw.
Yes, the applicant is eligible for 10% interest on his booking amount for the duration exceeding 90 days.
The result of the draw will be published in the same newspapers in which the project was advertised for applications. The successful allottees will be informed personally by the developer via email and postal letters. Moreover, the result will also be declared on the project website.
No, the applicant has to choose any one apartment and surrender the other.
The developer will maintain a waiting list of 25% of the applicants for 2 years. If a wait-listed applicant wishes to withdraw from the list, he can withdraw and his booking amount will be refunded.
The payment can be made by Cheque/Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque/NEFT/RTGS. Cash payment is not accepted by the developer.
A period of 15 days from the date of allotment is given to the allotte to make the next payment.
The DTCP is the nodal authority and the customer can approach DTCP for all concerns regarding affordable housing projects.
The unsuccessful applicants get the booking amount through cheque which is either delivered to their correspondence address via registered post or can be collected from the developer office after furnishing all valid documents.
Depending on the developer, a grace period can be given. If the applicant still fails to make the payment, his allotment stands cancelled.
5% of the security deposit out of 15% will be released by the government only after developer gets occupation certificate, remaining 10% will be released only after 5 years from possession as the developer has to maintain the project for 5 years. Any delay by the developer will eventually result in his financial loss as the margins are wafer thin on such projects.
The developer stands to lose his security deposit of 15% of the project and cancellation of his license. Also, he gets blacklisted for future.
An RWA will be formed after 5 years and it will take care of entire maintenance of the project.
Yes there is provision of Power Back up in affordable housing projects but that is provisional.
Though it is mandatory for the developer to provide ONE free two-wheeler parking with each unit, the peripheral or open area in the project can be used for car parking. The said area can’t be sold or leased to any occupant. It is free and open to all.
The entire construction of the project will be monitored by DTCP and the developer is mandated to use predefined materials which are approved by the government. Therefore, the quality of construction will be superior.
The construction will start after getting all statutory clearances from various departments.
Yes, the applicant can withdraw from the project. Only Rs 25000/- may be deducted from the amount he has paid to the developer and the rest will be refunded and the said apartment will be offered to the wait listed applicants.
No, all affordable housing projects fall under the privy of Department of Town & Country Planning (DTCP), Government of Haryana.
- EWS flats are below 300 Sq.Ft. areas and are meant for Lower income group people, whereas Affordable apartments have carpet area between 350 – 750 Sq.Ft.
- EWS apartments are located on fringe areas of the city whereas affordable housing projects are coming up across good locations.
- EWS apartments are basic apartments with no facilities whereas Affordable housing projects have common facilities like 50% Area, Community Hall, Crèche.
- EWS apartments are Low Rise whereas Affordable housing projects are High Rise apartments with elevators