The Noida Authority has uploaded details of realty projects, which have been granted completion certificates in recent months, on its website, www.noidaauthorityonline.com. The move aims to benefit home buyers facing constant problems owing to late delivery of flats by builders. Completion certificates granted to 38 projects between August 25, 2015, and March 10, 2016, have been uploaded on the website. Homeowners can now click on the link, ‘property details’, on the homepage and get the required information, officials said.
According to officials, the move follows repeated complaints by homebuyers about their inability to procure information about the status of real estate projects in Noida. “We have been getting complaints from several homebuyers saying that the builders were misguiding them about the status of completion certificates issued by us,” said P K Agarwal, additional CEO, Noida Authority. “We have also received information that many builders are giving possession of property to homebuyers without the requisite completion certificates,” he said.
Agarwal urged the homebuyers to look up details of their respective project on the website before they take possession of their property or before investing in any property. “Details include whether full completion or part completion has been granted to the developer. Where we have given only part completion, the number of units which are covered are also mentioned for the respective projects,” the ACEO said. “We have also mentioned which tower and block have been granted completion. The location of the project, plot number, its sector and date of completion have also been uploaded,” he said.
Source: ET Realty