DDA flats booking 2019: Over 18,000 houses on sale in Delhi - Check if you are eligible to buy

Here's good news for those looking to have a house in the National Capital, Delhi. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) launched its housing scheme on 25th March 2019 (today).

Mar 25, 2019, 21:03 PM IST
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DDA flats Booking 2019: Here's good news for those looking to have a house in the National Capital, Delhi. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) launched its housing scheme on 25th March 2019 (today). The scheme will provide an opportunity to own a DDA flat in Delhi as there will be 18,000 flats to be sold. According to the scheme, most of these 18,000 ready to sell flats are in Narela and Vasant Kunj regions of Delhi. 

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Total 18000 flats are available

Total 18000 flats are available

Out of 18,000 flats, 7,700 flats shall be assigned to the Economic Weaker Section (EWS) category and 8,300 flats shall be assigned to Lower Income Group (LIG) category. While for Middle Income Group (MIG) and Higher Income Group (HIG) category, 1,550 flats and 450 flats shall be assigned respectively. Here is the eligibility criteria for the same. (Image: DDA official Twitter)

 

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Citizen of India:

Citizen of India:

The first eligibility is that a person would require to meet to book a flat under DDA Housing Scheme 2019 is that he/she must be a citizen of India. (Image: DDA official Twitter)

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No flat in Delhi under your name:

No flat in Delhi under your name:

If he/she already owns a DDA flat, then they can't apply for the scheme as no person is allowed to book a flat, if he/she owns one already in Delhi. (Image: DDA official Twitter)

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Applicant and wife should not own a flat in Delhi:

Applicant and wife should not own a flat in Delhi:

Another eligibility that is required to meet is thatr the applicant and his/her spouse should not own any residential house in Delhi. (Image: DDA official Twitter)

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No land or joint plot above 66.9 sq ft

No land or joint plot above 66.9 sq ft

The applicant or home buyer should not own a joint plot or land more than 66.9 sq ft in order to book a flat. (Image: DDA official Twitter)

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