Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority : 6,214 participants for MHADA’s housing lottery draw so far

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Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority : 6,214 participants for MHADA’s housing lottery draw so far

The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has so far obtained 6,214 confirmed participants in the lottery draw for its housing scheme. These participants have paid the minimum deposit amount for the selected scheme of houses, as a total of 13,650 people have registered so far, said MHADA.

This shows that at least three persons are competing for one house, officials said, adding that the number would go up further.

The last lottery draw held by the Mumbai board of MHADA, held in 2018, has recorded more than 1 lakh applications. Following this, the Mumbai board stopped lottery draws as it was out of enough housing stock.

This year, the authority has called for the lottery draw for a total of 4,083 houses across the city. This year’s lottery draw will be held at Bandra’s Rangsharda Hall, at 11 am on July 18.
Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority
The houses would only be available for people from the economically weaker section (EWS), besides lower and middle income groups. Those interested need to register for the lottery draw by submitting Aadhar card, PAN card and residence proof as primary documents, and thereafter, pay the deposit amount. The last date for payment for different house schemes is set on June 28, and registration deadline for the same till 11:59 pm on June 26.

MHADA has made the application process completely online, eliminating human interference, this year. The new system would prevent duplication of houses as it will automatically identify the winners, and people who have already won homes through the lottery draw earlier would not be able to apply again, enabling MHADA to achieve its ‘Housing For All’ mission — led by the Union government — successfully, said officials.

Meanwhile, the cost for homes have been set from Rs 34 lakh for a small apartment in Vikhroli to Rs 4 crore for large flats in Juhu, and Rs 7 crore in Tardeo — costliest house offered by MHADA under the high-income category.

The houses available are in prime areas of Mumbai, including Pahadi Goregaon, Lokmanya Nagar Dadar, Antop Hill-Wadala, Goregaon, D N Nagar Andheri, Pantnagar Ghatkopar, Kannamwar Nagar Vikhroli, Charkop, Malad, Kandivli, Borivli, Mulund, Tardeo, Juhu, Mankhurd among other places.


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