These homebuyers of current projects that are registered with MahaRERA have complained about issues including delay in delivery and builders not signing agreement with them
NEW DELHI: Homebuyers filing complaints against realty developers has picked up, and the total number of such complaints filed with the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has now risen to 55. The authority has started hearing these complaints and rulings in two cases are expected within the next few days, said a top MahaRERA official.
“We have received total 55 complaints from homebuyers of projects registered with MahaRERA so far. Out of these, six complainants have taken it to the next stage by sharing hardcopies of documents required for the same,“ MahaRERA chairperson Gautam Chatterjee told ET.“We have already concluded hearings of two complaints and the final hearing will be done by the end of this month.“
These homebuyers of current projects that are registered with MahaRERA have complained about issues including delay in delivery and builders not signing agreement with them.
The number of complaints aga inst projects registered with MahaRERA had touched 30 until August 18.
The regulator has already received around 13,000 applications for registration of ongoing projects. Of these, MahaRERA has already processed and registered over 8,000 projects. Information on all these registered projects will be available on the MahaRERA portal from September 1.
Apart from this, the regulator will also be looking into complaints of those developers whose projects need to be registered, but have not done so until September 1. The regulator has also suggested that homebuyers can send emails about ongoing projects -which need to be registered but have not done yet -directly to the regulator.
Chatterjee has already warned that MahaRERA is planning to take strict action against those realty developers whose ongoing projects remain unregistered even after September 1.