Dwarka & Vasant Kunj flats most sought after in DDA housing scheme 2021 – ET RealEstate

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NEW DELHI: Two-bedroom and three-bedroom flats in Dwarka and Vasant Kunj have emerged the most sought among the 1,354 offered by Delhi Development Authority in its Housing Scheme 2021. Tuesday was the last day to apply to buy the flats and till midnight, DDA received 22,551 complete applications with security deposits. The draw of lots is expected to be held in the first week of March and will be live streamed to ensure transparency in the process.

Applicants can choose flats of any category in any particular location as their first choice and then have a second, third or fourth choice. Successful applicants can get a flat of their choice. If all available flats in the location of their choice have already been allotted, they get the flat marked as their second, third or lower priority depending on availability.

The flats marked as first choice by the largest number of applicants are two-bedroom middle income group (MIG) flats in Dwarka’s Sector 16, priced at Rs1.2 crore each. Sources said that the flats in that location are of premium quality and are well-located close to the Delhi Metro’s Blue Line (Dwarka-Vaishali/Noida Electronic City). Another reason for their popularity is the availability of 348 flats there, which makes the chances of a successful appliction higher.

The second most sought after flats are three-bedroom higher income group (HIG) flats in Vasant Kunj’s Blocks F and A priced at Rs1.4-1.7 crore. In this case, however, the location seems to be the clincher as the total number of flats is just 13, for which 2,060 people have applied. Third on the list are the Rs1.2 crore MIG flats in Dwarka, but in Sector 19, for which 2,035 people have applied. In fact, the 352 flats on offer there along with the 348 in Sector 16 saw every fifth applicant selecting them as the first choice.

The 215 HIG flats at Jasola’s Pocket 9B were the costliest ever for a DDA housing scheme with a price tag of Rs. 1.9-2.1 crore and saw 1,677 applicants opting for them as the flat of choice. HIG flats at Dwarka’s Sector 18B, at Rs 1.1-1.2 crore, were the first choice of 1,064 applicants even though there were just six of these flats.

The only lower income group (LIG) flats that were the first choice of 1,743 applicants were the 25 one-bedroom flats in Dwarka’s Sector-23B, priced between Rs22.3 lakh and Rs22.7 lakh.



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DDA receives 30,979 applications for housing scheme on the last day – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) received 30,979 applications for its Housing Scheme 2021 offering 1,350 flats on Tuesday, the last day for submission of applications.

Out the total applications, the DDA received payment from 19,972 applicants, a senior official told IANS.

Under its new housing scheme, the DDA is offering flats in Dwarka, Jasola, Manglapuri, Rohini and Vasant Kunj.

As per the information, a total of 254 HIG (higher income group) flats are on offer, majority of which are located in Jasola.

Pocket 9B flats in the HIG category are available in the price range of Rs 1.97 crore to Rs 2.14 crore while 13 flats are on sale in Vasant Kunj in the price range of Rs 1.43 crore to Rs 1.72 crore.

As many as 352 MIG (middle income group) flats located in Dwarka Sector 19-B, 348 in Dwarka Sector 16, and four in Vasant Kunj are on sale under the scheme while as many as 276 EWS flats in Dwarka’s Manglapuri area are being offered.

When asked whether the last date would be extended, the official said, “No, as of now.”



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Over 26,000 applications in for DDA housing scheme, last day today – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: If you have been planning to apply for Delhi Development Authority’s Housing Scheme 2021, today is your last chance. Tuesday is the last day to apply for the 1,354 flats on offer, for which the draw of lots is scheduled to be held on March 5.

DDA received total 26,365 applications till around 8 pm on Monday for the scheme that was launched on January 2.

A DDA official said that “out of the 26,365 applications it has received, 15,103 applicants have also made the final payment of application fee. DDA has received most of the payment for 10,147 HIG and MIG flats, 1,711 final payments for LIG flats and 3,245 for EWS flats. The application fee is Rs 2 lakh for HIG and MIG flats, Rs 1 lakh for LIG flats and Rs 25,000 for EWS flats.”

The draw of lots will be webcast and applicants who are unsuccessful in landing a flat will be refunded the application fee.

The scheme offers 254 higher income group (HIG) flats with prices ranging between Rs 69.6 lakh and Rs 2.1 crore and 757 two-bedroom, middle income group (MIG) flats priced between Rs 40.6 lakh and Rs 1.4 crore. The number of one-bedroom flats is on the lower side with just 52 lower income group (LIG) flats with price ranging between Rs 17.7 and 35.5 lakh, apart from 291 flats for economically weaker sections (EWS).

For its 2019 Housing Scheme, DDA had received around 45,000 applications for the nearly 18,000 flats on offer. With a large number of these flats not finding any takers, DDA finally carried out draw of lots for around 10,000 flats.

DDA officials said that the response to the housing scheme has been satisfactory and as seen in previous schemes, the number of applications see a spike in the last few days. Between January 2 and February 7, DDA had received 15,361 applications, out of which 6,488 applicants had made the final payment.



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DDA receives 15,000 applications for housing scheme 2021 offering 1,354 flats – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: With less than 10 days remaining for home aspirants to apply for Delhi Development Authority’s Housing Scheme 2021, the land-owning agency has received 15,361 applications till date for the 1,354 mostly two-bedroom and three-bedroom flats on offer.

The draw of lots to select successful applicants for the housing scheme is slated for March 5.

The scheme, which was launched on January 2, saw DDA’s website getting nearly 10 lakh hits on the first day itself. The housing scheme offers 254 higher income group (HIG) flats, with prices ranging between Rs 69.6 lakh and Rs 2.1 crore, and 757 two-bedroom middle income group (MIG) flats priced between Rs 40.6 lakh and Rs 1.4 crore.

The number of one-bedroom flats is on the lower side with just 52 lower income group (LIG) flats on the plate, with price ranging between Rs 17.7 and Rs 35.5 lakh. Apart from this, 291 flats for people from economically weaker sections are also there.

Aspirants have time till February 16 to apply for the scheme. The draw of lots, scheduled for March 5, will be webcast.

A DDA official said that while a total of 15,361 applications have been received so far, 6,488 applicants have already made the final payment of the application fee. The land-development agency has received payment for 4,147 HIG and MIG flats, 872 LIG flats and 1,469 EWS flats.

The application fee is Rs 2 lakh for HIG and MIG flats, Rs 1 lakh for LIG flats and Rs 25,000 for EWS flats. Applicants who are unsuccessful in landing a flat at the draw of lots, are refunded the entire amount.

For its 2019 housing scheme, DDA had received around 45,000 applications for the nearly 18,000 flats on offer. However, a huge number of these flats were in the LIG category with the majority located in Narela. With many of these flats not finding any takers, DDA finally carried out a draw of lots for around 10,000 flats.
DDA receives 15,000 applications for housing scheme 2021 offering 1,354 flatsKeeping its previous experience in mind, the authority had decided to keep one-bedroom flats to a minimum and only around 140 flats of various categories in the scheme this time are old, unsold flats. “We have kept mostly two-bedroom and three-bedroom flats, as most people are applying for the HIG and MIG categories,” an official said. “The total number of applications might not seem too high at the moment when compared to our previous schemes but we know through experience that the rush of applications suddenly peaks a few days before the closing date,” he added.

The official claimed that the reason more applications have been received for HIG and MIG flats is because they are at prime locations, including those in Jasola, Dwarka, Vasant Kunj, etc, and are in close proximity to Delhi Metro corridors. “What has made this scheme more attractive for applicants is the construction quality, which is at par with the best private developers,” he said.

Of the total inventory of 1,354 units, 757 MIG category flats are located in Dwarka, Rohini, Vasant Kunj, Jahangirpuri and Madipur, while the 252 HIG units on offer are in Jasola, Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Nasirpur, and Rohini.



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