Mumbai: To attract more developers to register their projects on the Real Estate Regulatory Authority website, the authority has now provided a new window for making corrections in the submitted project. Earlier, developers were not allowed to make any corrections once they submitted their detailed project data which has resulted in less number of registrations.
A senior RERA official said that out of the 9,000 developers across Maharashtra, only more than 400 are registered on the MahaRERA website since May 1, when the RERA act was rolled out. The deadline for registration is July 31. The official said, “The developers have provided a window for making corrections of obvious errors in the submitted project. Typographical errors and name correction can be edited through the window.”
The official added that the earlier blockage to such provisions deterred developers from uploading their project details. According to RERA authorities, developers are rechecking and reverifying their project details that are to be submitted on the website to avoid any kind of errors. However, now they will not have to worry about the corrections as the special window will allow them to edit their errors even after submitting their projects.
More than 3, 500 real estate agents have registered themselves on the website. Since the deadline for RERA registration is just three weeks away, the authorities have decided to include the correction window so that the developers don’t avoid registering themselves under RERA.
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