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Serving as a regulatory body, AP RERA’s main aim is to enhance real estate investments in Andhra Pradesh. AP RERA also protects individual allottees and homebuyers from the unscrupulous activities of builders. This includes late delivery of the project, faulty structure, and more. 

RERA Andhra Pradesh Registration

Every real estate developer, builder or agent has to register with RERA Andhra Pradesh. You can find detailed rules for RERA registration on the official web portal of RERA at https://rera.ap.gov.in/RERA/Views/Home.aspx


The steps required for registration are as follows:

  • Step 1: Click on ‘Registration’ on the main page of the official website of Andhra Pradesh RERA 

  • Step 2: Select ‘Project Registration’ if you are a real estate developer and ‘Agent Registration’ if you are a real estate agent 

  • Step 3: Fill in your details in the relevant form and submit the requisite documents

  • Step 4: Proceed with verification to complete the registration process 




For doubts and queries, individual developers and agents can visit the registration guidelines or the user manual section on the official website. AP RERA has an extensive list of documents that developers and agents need to submit.


Developers must provide documents providing the company’s financial information along with complete details about the project. They also need to provide proof of identity and address along with their registered contact details.


Agents need to provide identity and address proofs along with their contact details. Along with the complete details of the enterprise, they also have to describe their past and existing litigations. 

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How to Register Your Project on AP RERA

If you are a real estate developer looking to register your project in Andhra Pradesh, follow the steps given below:

  • Step 1: Select ‘Registration’ on the official website (you have the option to register both new and existing projects)

  • Step 2: Fill in the required details and provide your PAN number

  • Step 3: Check the existing registered projects under your PAN number

  • Step 4: Provide your bank details and upload recent bank statements

  • Step 5: Enter promoter details, including your name, website, Aadhaar number, GSTN, etc.

  • Step 6: Fill in the required project details (Mention the complete details of your project. This includes its name, type, status, permission, validity, starting date, and layout. You will also need to give the plan number, cost of construction, details of the land and built-up area. Additionally, give details about the parking space, open area/s, estimated date of completion, and more. Here, you also have to provide the requisite information about the projects you have started in the last five years.)

  • Step 7: Upload the necessary documents

  • Step 8: Select the option of ‘Save and Continue’

  • Step 9: Pay the requisite fees and charges to complete the process

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RERA Timeline in Andhra Pradesh

To provide greater transparency and efficiency, AP RERA has established a timeline. Here is a look: 


Time required

Issuing registration certificate

30 days

Complaint redressal

30 days

Registration withdrawal

30 days

Complaint redressal by the appellate tribunal

60 days

Revoking of registration

30 days

Creating login ID for the registered projects

Same day

Change of professionals in the project ( information the by promoter)

7 days

Quarterly update (by the promoter)

7 days

Refund of the amount by the promoter (from the date of decision)

45 days

Filling up of the vacancy in RERA (of the chairperson or any other member)

Within 3 months

Promoter’s report to RERA, if allottee withdraws from the project

30 days

Rectification of structural defects by the promoter ( after notice by the allottee)

30 days 

Providing possession to the allottee (by the promoter)

2 months

Providing requisite documents to the allottee association (by the promoter)

30 days

Providing a response to the allottee’s notice (by the promoter)

Within 30 days

RERA Andhra Pradesh Complaint Registration Process

As an allottee of any AP RERA-approved project, you may have grievances about the promoter’s services. If so, you can register an online complaint with RERA Andhra Pradesh. Follow the steps given below:

  • Step 1: Select ‘Complaint Registration’ on the AP RERA official web portal

  • Step 2: Read the instructions to fill the form accurately and click on ‘Proceed’

  • Step 3: Enter complaint details in ‘Complaint Against’ and ‘Complaint By’ 

  • Step 4: Choose the details of the complaint and upload relevant documents 

  • Step 5: Check the box against the declaration statement

  • Step 6: Select the option to ‘Save and Continue’

  • Step 7: Preview the details and proceed to the payment section

  • Step 8: Complete the payment to register your complaint

RERA Andhra Pradesh Address Contact Information

AP RERA Helpline

6304906011 (accessible all working days from 10:00 AM to 5.30 PM)

AP RERA Address

D.No:60-5-1, Y Tower, Siddhartha Nagar 1st Lane,

Pinnamaneni Polyclinic Road, Vijayawada - 520010, Krishna District, A.P.

AP RERA Email 

helpdesk-rera@ap.gov.in or authority.aprera@gmail.com  


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FAQs on RERA Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh RERA is located in the city of Vijayawada. The address is D.No: 60-5-1, Y Tower, Siddhartha Nagar 1st Lane, Pinnamaneni Polyclinic Road, Vijayawada - 520010, Krishna District, A.P.

No, after the formation of a separate state of Telangana, the new state has its own regulatory authority. RERA AP and Telangana RERA have jurisdictional limits in their respective states.

Yes, obtaining the occupancy and completion certificate is essential for a promoter, according to section 2(q) and section 2(zf) of the RERA Act.

The Andhra Pradesh RERA website displays all the registered projects. Moreover, while marketing the project, the developer and other included parties must display the registration number issued by the authority.

As per section 59, it is mandatory for the promoter to register the project with the concerned authorities. If promoters fail to register, they need to pay 10% of their project’s estimated cost as a penalty. If promoters fail to comply consistently, they may face an additional penalty of 10% or imprisonment of up to 3 years or both.

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