MahaRERA website set to display complaints on promoters and projects


Homebuyers can check details of project and developer complaints on the MahaRERA website from Saturday (i.e., February 19, 2022). Officials from the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority said. This would help homebuyers make an informed decision before investing in the project. The official said 16,000 project and developer related complaints received by MahaRERA would be displayed on the website.

The project information on the MahaRERA website would allow customers to know the total number and status of complaints, if any, filed on projects, the number of non-compliance requests and other details. At the same time, information about promoters will also be useful for consumers.

Ajoy Mehta, MahaRERA chairperson, said there was a growing demand for these details from homebuyers. According to homebuyers it will help them make an informed decision about a particular project. All these details will be available in a separate category in the coming week. Details of projects and promoters will be available next week and will be available on the main page of the website.

Greater transparency-

The information regarding project complaints is currently available to complainants and concerned developers. Only final orders are available in the public domain. The real estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016, which enters into force on 1 May 2017, aims to ensure that transactions between builders and home buyers are regulated by the norms of efficiency, transparency and accountability.

Ramesh Prabhu, chairman of the Maharashtra Society Welfare Association said, “The new decision is a step towards greater transparency. The consumer must have all the information about the project. Homebuyers can know the status of projects and developers.”

State Credai (Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India) president Sunil Furde said, the deal would definitely benefit homebuyers as they get all the information they need.

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