RERA Karnataka came to fruition in 2017 with The Department of Housing under the Government of Karnataka implementing the act. Although the primary intention of RERA in Karnataka is to ensure transparency, accountability, and financial discipline, this authority also protects homebuyers’ rights and prevents fraudulent activities in the realty sector. According to the RERA rules, for every ongoing project, promoter and real estate agents have to be registered under RERA.
Here are the functions and services extended by RERA –
Here are some of the tables drawn for your reference where you can understand the associated fees and charges based on RERA Bangalore registered projects –
|Proposed land area for development should not exceed 1,000 sq. meters||Rs. 5/sq. meter|
|Proposed land area of Karnataka RERA approved projects which are more than 1,000 sq. meters||Rs. 10/sq. meter (maximum amount of Rs. 5 lakh)|
|Proposed land area for development must not exceed 1,000 sq. meters||Rs. 10/sq. meter|
|Projects in which land area for development is more than 1,000 sq. meters||Rs. 15/sq. meter|
|Proposed land area for development is not more than 1, 000 sq. meters||Rs. 20/sq. meter|
|Projects of land area for development is more than 1,000 sq. meters||Rs. 25/sq. meter (maximum of Rs. 10 lakh)|
Note: For plotted development projects, the charge is Rs. 5 sq. meter of the total area with a maximum fee of Rs. 5 lakh. Moreover, the RERA agent registration fees in Karnataka are approximately Rs. 25,000 (individual). However, for non-individuals, the fee is around Rs. 2 lakh.
As per RERA Act Karnataka, here is the list of documents that promoters, real-estate agents and other entities are required to produce for the registration.
For registering projects through real estate regulatory authority Karnataka, here is the checklist of documents presented by the promoter –
However, there are also additional documents that need to be submitted by the individual during registration.
For individual real estate agents
The following documents are provided by the individual real estate agents for RERA registration in Karnataka –
For society, development authority, partnership firm, company, trust, or proprietorship firm
As per RERA Karnataka Act, here are the documents that need to be provided:
Documents to be uploaded for payment
Here are the documents that need to be provided while making RERA registration fees in Karnataka –
Follow these steps to log in to the RERA Karnataka portal.
Step 1: Visit the official website of RERA Karnataka. Go to Log in. From the dropdown menu, select ‘Public Login’. You will be redirected to
Step 2: You will be redirected to the log in page. Select ‘New User’.
Step 3: Fill in the mandatory fields and click on ‘Register’.
Once completed, you can use your log in credentials to log in to RERA Karnataka portal.
As per RERA Karnataka rules, every real estate agent functional in Karnataka or Bangalore needs to register his/her business with RERA mandatorily. It could be at an individual or entity level. Here is a step-wise guide to the process
Go to the “Registration” section on the menu bar and click on “Agent Registration” from the dropdown menu.
You will be redirected to a new page. Select Individual or Societies / Company/Partnership firm /Proprietorship Firm /Development Authority /Trust. Provide your email ID and click “Next”.
You will be redirected to another page where you have to fill up personal and other details that are applicable and mandatory.
Once done, upload documents like PAN, Affidavit and address proof on the portal and click “Next”.
Here you can preview all the details provided by you. Check your details carefully and make corrections if required.
Click on online payment. You will be redirected to Treasury Unified Gateway.
RERA accepts only e-payments. Select e-payment and go to netbanking and select your bank. Once selected, you will be directed to the banking partner portal.
On successful payment, this page will appear. Note down the reference number.
On successful payment, you will be redirected to RERA Karnataka portal. Click “Redirect” to complete registration.
Here are the steps to register RERA Karnataka project list –
Step 1: Visit the official website of RERA and select ‘Project Registration’ option from the drop-down menu
Step 2: You will see a dialogue box appearing on the screen with certain links to different checklists, and you should check them before proceeding with an online application
Step 3: Choose ‘Promoter Type’, input email ID and click on ‘Next’
Step 4: Enter promoter details and click ‘Next’
Step 5: Submit project details and tap on ‘Next’
Step 6: Upload PAN card and address proof
Step 7: Select payment mode and pay registration fee
After this, wait for the confirmation notification.
Here is a step-wise guide to how real estate buyers can lodge a complaint under RERA Karnataka –
Step 1: Visit Karnataka RERA complaint registration portal
Step 2: Fill in the form with personal details such as name, contact number, email address etc.
Step 3: Input details of the respondent
Step 4: Input the facts that you need to disclose and upload documents as a complaint proof
Step 5: Pay Rs. 1,000 and upload challan as payment proof
Step 6: Click on declaration and submit your complaint
Follow these steps to check unregistered projectes under RERA Karnataka:
Step 1: Visit the official website of RERA Karnataka
Step 2: Click on Unregistered Projects from the menu bar
Step 3: You will be redirected to a page where you can see all the unregistered projects
Follow these steps to check complaint status for RERA Karnataka:
Step 1: Visit the official website of RERA Karnataka
Step 2: Go to Services section and click on “Complaint Status” from the dropdown menu
Step 3: Fill in details pertaining to project name, promoter/company/firm name, temporary complaint number and complaint number
Step 4: Click on search to check complaint status
Follow the steps below to check RERA Karnataka project extension status:
Step 1: Visit the official website of RERA Karnataka
Step 2: On the home page, click on ‘Services’
Step 3: Select ‘Project Extension Status’ from the dropdown menu
Step 4: You will be redirected to another page with four tabs – Applied for Extension Applications, Extension Applications
Approved, Extension Applications Rejected, Extension Applications under Process and Completion Date.
Step 5: Except for the first tab, where you have to enter project name, application number and registration number to view the status of your application for extension, you can view the exact status of project extension through the other four tabs.
Real Estate Regulatory Authority, Karnataka, 2nd Floor, Silver Jubli Block, Unity Building, CSI Compound, 3rd Cross, Mission Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka- 560027
Also, you can reach out to RERA through RERA Karnataka contact number- 080-22249798/22249799.
However, if you are unable to visit RERA office Bangalore address, you can connect with the helpdesk and address your queries.
RERA Karnataka aims to maintain transparency between homebuyers and developers. Here are certain benefits for homebuyers under RERA Karnataka:
With the above explanation, you can understand the significance of RERA Karnataka for homebuyers, developers and real estate agents. Apart from ensuring proper regulations in the realty sector, it also maintains stable investments with reliability. Moreover, it strictly monitors the activities and addresses grievances from all the involved parties.
Ans: As per the boundaries of the RERA Act, there is no discrimination between an ongoing and future project which means both are covered under this Act. As per Section 3(1) first proviso states that promoters of all ‘on-going projects’ which have not received a completion certificate must register their project with RERA within 3 months of its initiation.
Ans: According to Section 4, the registration validity granted to a project shall be the period decided by the promoter as per Section 4(2)(I)(C) during the time of making application, within which the promoters would need to finish the project.
Ans: As per Section 31 of this Act, the aggrieved can lodge a complaint to the authority. However, the form, manner and payable fees for raising a complaint are to be stated by the rules by a particular Government.
Ans: According to Section 66, if the concerned real estate agent fails to adhere to the Appellate Tribunal orders, he/she will be charged with a penalty of Rs. 10,000 for each day of default. This can be extended up to 5% of the cost of the apartment or plot that they helped to sell.
Ans: The registration fee of the projects is based on the type of development, and the amount is evaluated on the basis of carpet area. However, the payment can be made through demand draft, banker’s cheque or via online mode.
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