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WB RERA (West Bengal Real Estate Regulatory Authority) makes the buying and selling of property an extremely transparent process in West Bengal. With WB HIRA (West Bengal Housing Industry Regulatory Act) provisions were made for quick and efficient resolution of disputes which may arise between property developers and homeowners.

Key Aspects of WB RERA

Here are some services offered by RERA West Bengal:

  • Helping register new projects in the state

  • Improving transparency in the selling and buying of properties across West Bengal

  • Ensuring the process of buying homes in West Bengal is free from fraud

  • Helping verify project details submitted by real estate promoters and developers

Steps to Register a Real Estate Project with WB RERA

You can follow the steps below to register your real estate project on it:

  • Visit the official website of WB RERA and log in using your username and password

  • Click on ‘Application for Registration of Project’ 

  • Enter the name of the project on the project registration page

  • Provide the location details of the project, including street, state, pin code, etc.

  • Enter the information of the applicant, including name, organisation, district, block, etc.

  • Enter the details of PAN and banker, including bank name, bank address and PAN number

  • Select the project type and provide its details

  • Upload the required documents

  • Make the payment according to your selection to complete the registration

Documents Required

Here are some of the essential documents to submit:

For Promoters

  • Photocopy of the PAN card

  • Copy of the title deed

  • ITR for the last 3 financial years

  • Audited balance statement for the last financial year

  • Legal restrictions or conditions associated with the property

  • Total parking spaces available in the real estate project

  • A declaration stating that the promoter will never discriminate against any allottee

  • Information about the existing project, such as the status, total built-up space and total area

For Real Estate Agents

  • Photocopy of the PAN card

  • Information about the company, including its name, types, and address

  • The by-laws and MOA are included in the details of the registration

  • Photographs of the real estate agent, partners and directors 

  • ITR over the last 3 financial years

  • Legal documents related to land

  • Copy of the address proof of the business

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How to File a Complaint with WB RERA

Like operating the rest of the website, filing a complaint on WB RERA is extremely simple as well. Here are the steps you need to follow:

  • Visit the official portal of WB RERA and open the sign-up form

  • Select the ‘Complaint’ option

  • Log in using your username and password and click on ‘Complaint to Authority’

  • Fill out details including name, father’s name, district, pincode, etc.

  • Select the Respondent Type (Project/Agent) against whom you want to file a complaint in the ‘Respondent Details’ section

  • Provide details regarding your complaint and upload documents to support it

  • Submit the form and make the payment

 

Alternatively, you can also send a complaint to WB RERA via the post to their registered address.

 

WB RERA offers ease and transparency while dealing with real estate. If you plan on purchasing a property in West Bengal or any other state, you can consider getting a home loan to finance your purchase. On Bajaj Markets, you can explore various lenders and choose the one that matches your requirements.

FAQs on WB RERA

When was WB RERA implemented?

The West Bengal Housing Industry Regulatory Authority (WB RERA) was introduced in 2016.

Can I file a complaint against a real estate agent on WB RERA?

Yes, you can complain about a promoter or a real estate agent on WB RERA.

Is there a difference between RERA and WBHIRA?

The West Bengal Housing Industry Regulatory Authority (WB HIRA) is the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) of West Bengal. It was introduced to regulate the real estate sector in West Bengal.

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