Deciphering Mumbai Projects Registration under MahaRERA

Ramesh Nair - CEO & Country Head, JLL India By Accommodation Times Bureau Data for Maharashtra RERA project registrations presents a positive picture for residential real estate micro-markets across Mumbai   One Major Insight:   The total carpet area of projects registered under MahaRERA as per recent data available, was 84.62 mn. sq.ft., of which the total

More than 1000 registrations after deadline Of MahaRERA , Penalty imposed.

By Accommodation Times Bureau Mumbai: After the deadline for Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) lapsed, the number of online projects registered with MahaRERA on August 4 has touched 11,620 which is up by more than 800. Till July 31, the number of registrations within the three month deadline stood at 10,582. Whereas the committee made a decision of

Consumers seek RERA shield against unregistered builders in Maharashtra

By Accommodation Times Bureau Consumer forums in the state have urged the government to bring all unregistered builders under the MahaRERA ambit and slap penalty on them for any delay in registration. Even as the figures of developers registering with MahaRERA crossing the the 10,000-mark by late Monday evening, the consumers appeared quite concerned

Buyers baffled as builders allotting ‘closed parking’ after payment for open parking in many new housing projects.

By Accommodation Times Bureau Pune:Buyers in Pune are getting baffled by the builders, by allotting ‘closed parking’ after the payment for open parking in many of the new housing projects. Buyers are paying lakhs of rupees, to get an open space parking ahead of taking possession, while getting closed parking by prominent city builders.In

MahaRERA: Builders can advertise ‘Ongoing’ projects sans RERA registration till 31st July

By Accommodation Times Bureau Real estate developers in Maharashtra can continue to advertise and market their ongoing projects till July-end, but they will not be permitted to do so thereafter without registering themselves with the state's Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA). Although the central government has said that no real estate projects can