DDA’s First-Come, First-Serve Housing Scheme Hits Record 25% Booking Within a Week


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    The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has reported an overwhelming response to its ongoing housing scheme, with approximately 25% of the 5,500 flats on offer being booked within a span of just 10 days since the scheme’s launch on June 30. Operating on a first-come, first-serve (FCFS) basis, the housing scheme encompasses flats across all categories at various locations in Delhi.

    The booking window opened on DDA’s website at noon on July 10, and within hours, more than 650 flats were snapped up by eager homebuyers. Notably, all 50 flats in Dwarka were completely sold out on the first day itself, underscoring the high demand for affordable housing in the city.

    As part of the scheme, 1-BHK flats are being offered in Narela, Siraspur, Rohini, and Loknayak Puram; 2-BHK flats in Narela and Dwarka; and 3-BHK flats in Jasola. According to officials, as of July 21, over 1,400 flats have been booked, with Rohini and Narela emerging as the most sought-after locations, accounting for 670 and 625 booked flats respectively. Encouragingly, there has also been a positive response in other locations, with 23 flats booked in Jasola, 14 in Siraspur, and 33 in Loknayak Puram.

    The recent proposal by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to extend the metro line to Kundli, encompassing sectors 34 and 35 of Rohini and Narela, has further bolstered the attractiveness of the ongoing housing scheme. The extension is expected to provide additional connectivity to the neighboring state of Haryana, benefitting prospective homebuyers.

    In light of the encouraging response and to accommodate the increasing demand, officials at DDA are planning more camps and stepping up publicity efforts. They are also ensuring that the registration and booking process remains seamless and efficient through the DDA’s website. In a bid to streamline the process, the DDA has committed to issuing the demand-cum-allotment letters online within 24 hours to all successful applicants.

    The scheme has garnered immense interest, resulting in heavy traffic on the DDA website. On July 10, the website recorded over 11 lakh hits within the first six hours of the booking window opening under FCFS phase-IV. This number escalated to over 17 lakh hits by late night, as prospective buyers eagerly explored available options.

    With such a remarkable response, the DDA’s housing scheme stands as a promising initiative to provide affordable housing opportunities to residents of Delhi. As the booking process continues, many hopeful buyers are optimistic about securing their dream homes through this transparent and efficient FCFS scheme.


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