Are you interested to buy a property in DHA but don’t know how to buy property in DHA?
DHA (Defence Housing Authority) is a name of quality and luxurious living that needs no sugar-wrapped introduction. It is providing the epitome of luxury with amazing and attractive amenities. So it’s not wrong to say that all the above-mentioned things attract the people for a quality residence in DHA so that’s why we see a raise in the demand.
In this blog, we’ll be sharing some information regarding buying property in DHA.
VERIFICATION OF PROPERTY
Some property purchasers want to verify the property in some detail. The verification process is compulsory yet easy to do by collecting a verification form from the head office of DHA. You can get this form by paying a small token amount of some hundred. After collecting the form, you’ll need to fill this out and submit it back to the office along with the following documents:
- Copy of Allocation/ Allotment Letter.
- Copy of Computerized National Identity Card of Property Owner.
- Original paid Voucher of Verification Fee.
- Copy of Property Dealer’s Registration Card (if applied through Property Dealer).
NDC (NO-DEMAND CERTIFICATE)
Now comes the NDC part after verifying the property ownership by the seller. Basically, NDC is the first step toward the property transfer process in DHA. While this procedure the seller has to pay the remaining dues and clear outstanding objections to selling the property to the new owner.
By submitting the following documents to the authority, you can further proceed:
- Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
- Copy of Allocation/ Allotment Letter.
- Copy of the Site Plan (For the plots located in possession areas).
- Property Tax receipt and clearance certificate.
- No Objection Certificate (NOC) for Armed Forces Personnel in case of Service Benefit Plots/ Plots allotted out of Defence quota from GHQ AG’s Branch.
The issuance of the certificate can take 5 days if non-possession property is underselling process. 8 days can be taken if the possession is done.
So after this, you’ll get the Transfer Fee Voucher and remaining dues vouches to clear the dues before selling the property to the new purchaser.
TRANSFER AFTER NDC
Here after receiving the NDC from the DHA Authority, now the next step is to get an appointment with the Customer Service Representative of the DHA authority.
The following mentioned documents will be required for the transfer of the property:
- Transfer Document (Forwarding Letter) giving the details of plot or house, name of the purchaser, and another document under the seller’s three signatures
- Original Allotment/ Transfer Letter so that a new Letter is issued in the name of the new property owner
- Neat copy of Computerized National Identity Card of Seller and Purchaser (duly attested by Oath Commissioner)
- No Demand Certificate
- Membership Form (Available at DHA Office for Rs350)
- Membership Fee paid by the new owner (Rs22,830)
- 2 Passport size photographs of the new owner (Duly attested by Oath Commissioner)
- Transfer Fee Voucher (Duly Paid)
- Assurance by the buyer
- 3% Stamp Duty of DC Value (Varies in every phase)
- CVT (Duly Paid)
- Original transfer/ Sale Deed along with affidavits of seller and purchaser for surrendering, if the plot is registered
- Cantt Board Taxes
Let us tell you that the buyer and purchaser both will have to visit the transfer branch for property transfer to the new owner. There, the officer will collect the documents and will hand over a receipt.
Most probably within a month or 30 days of property transfer, the new property owner can visit the office with the receipt and original computerized Identity Card by the given date to collect the Allocation letter from the DHA office.
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