After receiving applaud from the Central Government, Now MahaRERA will soon guide representatives of six other states for the proper implementation of the RERA rules and policies in their respective areas. It is said that the representatives of six states — Goa, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, and Karnataka have sought a detailed outline from the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) for implementing the law effectively.
Confirming the news, MahaRERA secretary Vasant Prabhu said, “Representatives of the states had discussions with the MahaRERA officials. A workshop would be arranged for these states on September 10 at Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration to showcase the functioning of MahaRERA. The minister of housing and urban affairs Hardeep S Puri would attend it.”
Prabhu further said that in the past two years, we have been able to not only get more than 17,000 projects registered but also issued several orders, mainly for the delay in completion of projects which has helped the customers.
A housing department official said that the ratio of registrations and addressing grievances is much higher and more effective in Maharashtra than other states. Also, the developers were also displaying their MahaRERA registration numbers in their projects’ advertisements and more than 80% of the buyers were being addressed at the primary level.
In a recent report, it has been revealed that Maharashtra alone is topping the list with a maximum number of projects registered under RERA. The report says that out of the total 31,500 projects, around 17,125 projects have been registered under MahaRERA. Other states in the list are Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh.