Latest News on Real Estate Regulation And Development Act
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Dec 14, 2017
RERA should have come earlier to tame unscrupulous builders, says Narendra Modi in Ficci speechAs per RERA, builders cannot sell without registration, and projects for which completion certificate has not been issued cannot be considered as completed projects
Dec 01, 2017
Racold to tie up with Flipkart, expand to tier II and III towns to offset disruptions in construction sectorOn its tie-up with Flipkart, official says details being worked out and shortly, Racold products will be available on e-commerce site
Jun 23, 2017
RERA: New rules to make realty free of undesirable activity, says HDFC Chairman Deepak ParekhParekh said: "These regulators will be the confidence builders for consumers and watchdogs for compliance on the part of developers. Increased transparency benefits the entire housing ecosystem."
Jun 22, 2017
Rera: Do not advertise real estate projects without registering with regulator, clarifies govtEnding the 9-year long wait, the real estate law, which will regulate the realty sector involving over 76,000 companies, came into force from 1 May, 2017.
May 08, 2017
RERA: Consumer is the king in UTs, not really so in states. Here's whyA curious omission in RERA is that it seeks to regulate builders and developers, and also lays down rules for consumers.
May 03, 2017
RERA: With state govts diluting key provisions, can the Act protect buyers at all?The RERA is expected to make things better for the prospective home buyer, at least in theory. But in practice it’s off to a bad start
May 01, 2017
RERA comes into effect: Homes are now FMCG; builders may rip consumer off with frills, facilitiesIn the new scheme of real estate, builders can charge you more for landscaping, or a swimming pool or doing the maintenance work of a gated community
May 02, 2017
RERA likely to get diluted due to delayed notification, non-uniform rulesSo far, only seven states have notified the required rules. The absence of a regulator or appropriate rules can result in a regulatory vacuum and dilution of the Acts provisions
Dec 08, 2016
Maharashtra first state to implement new housing law: Here are some key featuresMaharashtra is all set to become the first state in India to implement the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016.