DDA housing scheme 2023: According to senior DDA officials, EWS and LIG are being given more priority in this housing scheme. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Friday will open the online registration procedure for over 5,500 flats as part of its Phase IV housing programmed. Under the scheme, registration will be open for 40 High Income Group (HIG) flats in Mazola, 200 Middle Income Group (MIG) flats in Dwarka and Narelle. At the same time, along with 900 Economically Weaker Section (EWS) flats in Narelle, registration can be done for a total of 4,400 Low Income Group (LIG) houses in Loknayak Puram, Rohini, Sir spur and Narelle, according to a report be Live Hindustan. According to senior DDA officials, EWS and LIG segment are being given more priority in this housing scheme. Flat prices have been fixed for these with discounts. Applicants for booking and registration of EWS flat will have to provide income certificate of the entire family for less than ₹10 lakh.
According To The Report, The Potential Flat Buyers.
would be given a five-day window after July 10, to tour sample flats at each location and book their preferred unit. According to the DDA official, EWS category people can book the flat by giving ₹50,000 as booking amount, LIG in ₹1 Lakh, MIG in ₹4 Lakh while, HIG can book the flat in ₹10 Lakh. Cost of flats:
The price of HIG flats in Jasola Vihar ranges from ₹2.08 crore to ₹2.18 crore. The price of MIG flat in Dwarka ranges from ₹1.25 crore to ₹1.35 crore. While the cost of LIG flats in Narelle and Rohini is ₹15 lakh, ₹17 lakh in Siraspur and ₹30 lakh in Lok Nayakpuram. How to apply for the DDA Housing Scheme:
Visit the Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) official website at www.dda.gov.in. Fill out the online application form with personal information. Upload the required documents with the application form. Pay the application fee after completing the form and uploading all the documents. Once the payment is done, note down the application number for future references.