RERA Haryana is a regulatory body that oversees and promotes the real estate sector in this state. Similar to any other Real Estate Regulatory Authority board across India, RERA Haryana ensures transparency in the real estate sector and protects buyers against unethical practices. RERA Act Haryana is implemented across two branches – HRERA Panchkula and HRERA Gurugram.
Read on to learn more about RERA Haryana fees and charges, how to register online, documents required and contact details.
On 27th April, 2022, the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in Haryana has ruled that registered and unregistered properties sold by promoters on the basis of super area would be considered fraudulent. Properties must be sold on the basis of carpet area only. Conveyance deeds must also be on the basis of carpet area. Promoters and agents violating these directions would face penal proceedings. Also, strict action will be taken against agents who have registered but do not have a license. Agents cannot charge more than 1% as commission, split between buyers and sellers.
Listed below are various fees and charges for Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority:
|Type of Agent||Renewal Fee||Registration Fee|
|Individual||Rs. 5000||Rs. 25,000|
|Other than Individual||Rs. 50,000||Rs. 2,50,000|
|Type of Complaint||Fee|
|Filing an appeal before the Appellate Tribunal||Rs. 1000|
|Filing complaint before the Authority||Rs. 1000|
|Per Annexure||Rs. 10|
|Additional Affidavit||Rs. 20|
|Category||Medium/Low Potential||Hyper/High Potential I & II|
|Cyber Park/ Commercial||Rs.10 per square meter||Rs.20 per square meter|
|Industrial/ Residential||Rs.5 per square meter||Rs.10 per square meter|
Follow these steps to register on RERA Haryana online:
Click on RERA Haryana.
Select RERA Panchkula/ RERA Gurugram/ Appellate Tribunal listed on the top. Navigate to the ‘Project Registration’ drop-down menu and select ‘Signup to register a project’. You will be redirected to another page.
Fill in all required basic information related to the project, then save and continue. You will get redirected to an ‘Applicant Details’ page.
Click on the applicant details icon, select the appropriate applicant type, enter all necessary fields and then save and continue.
On the next page, fill up Form A and pay the requisite fee according to the rules of RERA. After completing this registration procedure, you may opt to preview your filled-up form.
Submit the filled-up online form after previewing the details entered. Following that, you will receive a system-generated temporary project ID which you must save for future reference.
After completion of all these steps, you have to take 4 print-outs of the HRERA registration form –3 of these have to be submitted to the authority along with hard copies of several documents. After successfully submitting all necessary documents, a receipt will get generated, the project will be live, and further procedures will continue.
Listed below are various documents that are necessary for RERA Haryana registration:
If you have a complaint against the builder, project or an agent, follow these steps to register a complaint online:
Step 1: Visit RERA Haryana website.
Step 2: Select RERA Panchkula/ RERA Gurugram/ Appellate Tribunal listed on the top.
Step 3: Click on ‘Registration of Complaint with HRERA Authority’.
Step 4: Fill the form and submit it.
Step 5: Make the payment on the website.
Step 6: Print the acknowledgement page.
Step 7: Take the printout of Performa B from the HRERA portal. Make 5 copies.
Step 8: Attach HRERA Certificate with the complaint.
Step 9: Send by post three copies of the HRERA Complaint Registration Form, Annexure, Demand Draft of the fee paid, complaint details and self-declared signed certificate.
To check the status of complaint status on HRERA portal, go to the HRERA website. Click on ‘Search Complaint’ under the section ‘Complaint Registration’. Enter the complaint number, case appeal authority, case year and captcha. Press search and you will get the status of the complaint.
To safeguard yourself from fraudulent activities, you can check the list of registered agents on the RERA Haryana website. You can get the name, registration certificate, etc. Follow these steps to check a listed agent:
Thus all concerned individuals (promoter, home buyer or real estate agent) should keep these above-mentioned details related to RERA Haryana in mind. They must also note that HRERA extends a provision to file complaints with the authority for a range of issues.
Ans: No, it is not safe to purchase such an unregistered building. This is because the buyers may face financial consequences and can even be misguided. They won’t be able to receive any assistance or seek grievance redressal in case of any issue.
Ans: The charges for RERA registration in Haryana can depend on the type of application. For instance, the registration fee amounts to Rs.25000 for an individual real estate agent. You can check the official site of HRERA for any clarification on charges and fees.
Ans: To file a complaint with HRERA Gurugram or HRERA Panchkula, individuals need to visit the web portal of RERA Haryana and click on ‘complaint registration’. Following that, they can file a Haryana RERA complaint online either with adjudicating authority or real estate authority.
Ans: The fee for filing a RERA Haryana complaint with the authority is Rs.1000 per complaint. Additionally, an extra Rs.10 per annexure will be levied on that. Also, the fee for filing a complaint with the appellate tribunal amounts to Rs.1000.
Ans: Individuals can check whether or not a project is registered with RERA Haryana by visiting the HRERA web portal. On the RERA Haryana website, they need to select the project registration option, choose ‘search projects’ and then fill in all necessary details.
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