To apply for a new DDA flat under the DDA Housing Scheme 2019, you need to pay a refundable deposit of  ₹25,000 for EWS flats,  ₹1 lakh for LIG and  ₹2 lakh for MIG and HIG flats. (HT)
To apply for a new DDA flat under the DDA Housing Scheme 2019, you need to pay a refundable deposit of 25,000 for EWS flats, 1 lakh for LIG and 2 lakh for MIG and HIG flats. (HT)

DDA Housing Scheme 2019: How to apply online for flat allotment in Delhi's Vasant Kunj

  • Under DDA Housing Scheme 2019, the most expensive flat is in Vasant Kunj, where a 3-BHK HIG flat comes at a price of 1.7 crore
  • The DDA is accepting applications for allotment of flats in Delhi only through the online mode

You can now apply for allotment of a newly-built DDA flat in Delhi's Vasant Kunj and Narela residential areas where the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has put up about 18,000 flats on sale under the DDA Housing Scheme 2019. The application process that began from this Monday will continue till 10 May.

Under the new housing scheme, the most expensive flat is in Vasant Kunj's block F, where a 3-BHK HIG flat of about 115 sq metre area will make you poorer by more than 1.7 crore. The cheapest flat is in Narela where a 29.77 sq metre flat under EWS category comes at a price of 10.42 lakh.

How to apply:

The DDA is accepting applications for allotment of flats only through the online mode. The authority has issued a detailed set of instructions, a layout plan of flats and price list in its brochure available on the DDA website.

To apply you need to pay a refundable deposit of 25,000 for EWS flats, 1 lakh for LIG and 2 lakh for MIG and HIG flats.

You can go to the DDA website and register for buying a flat as per your choice and eligibility by submitting your details.

Application forms can be accessed online on websites of 13 empanelled banks including the State Bank of India (SBI), HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI Bank, Yes Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, etc.

Eligibility criteria:

For the purpose of DDA flat allotment under the EWS (economically weaker section) category, the applicant's annual income should not be more than 3 lakh a year. If you apply for buying LIG (low-income group), MIG (middle-income group) and LIG (low-income group) flats, then there is no income criterion unless you want to avail credit linked subsidy scheme under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). If you are availing interest subsidy against a home loan, then the income criterion of the PMAY scheme will be applicable to you.

The beneficiary family should not own a house anywhere in Delhi. The DDA also allows both the husband and the wife to apply for flats separately, but only one of them will be allotted the flat if both are successful.

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