This idea was initiated by the Government of Uttar Pradesh through setting a special committee for resolving the issues related to home buyers in Noida and Greater Noida. The committee was developed under the chairmanship of Mr. Mishra. Indeed, it was brought to notice that nearly 2.5 lakh housing units in Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Express Highway areas have been affected because of the stalled projects. It has been noted that, with stress funds, the builders will be able to their stalled housing projects. And this will be a good thing for the home buyers, who have been eager to own their residential properties.
Taking note of the matter, a report has been sent to the Government of Uttar Pradesh in the wake of guarding home buyers’ interests. Furthering in this matter, the special committee has managed to propose recommendations with RBI guidelines enabling banks to reduce the fund gap for completing stalled projects. Apart from this decision, the ministry has suggested for the development of Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in Noida and Greater Noida for addressing the issues of home buyers in areas such as Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida.
Another recommendation by the ministry talks about giving permission to the affected home buyers for getting their tittle deed registered on stamp duty at the same rate as per the committed date of completing the project. The purpose of suggesting recommendations is to provide extensive monetary benefits to the home buyers. Definitely known the investors have been affected badly because of the stalled projects and developed a sense of betrayal among them. And this affects the connectivity between buyers and developers.