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HUDA Rohtak Sector 5 Scheme
December 31 2011 , 11:46 AM   #1
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HUDA Rohtak Sector 5 Scheme

Hi,

What are your views on HUDA new scheme in Rohatak Sector 5. What is the prevailing per Sq mt rate in that locality.

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January 2 2012 , 11:10 PM   #2
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Guys from Rohtak, plz reply on it
January 3 2012 , 11:24 AM   #3
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I would like to know the prevailing rate there.

One more thing, the rates mentioned against each size of plot is increasing as per the size of the plot. This is strange, in the open market the rates of larger size plots are below the small size plots.

Any idea what is HUDA's phyche while deciding the rates of the plots.
January 4 2012 , 04:05 PM   #4
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Hi Even I am intrested in this scheme

Same question what are the prevailing rates of rohtak 5 & 6 (Since 6 is already developed)

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January 4 2012 , 11:32 PM   #5
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Hi Gents,
I have simple query. Can a person once allotted a plot under residential scheme e.g HUDA and then sold it, apply again in new schemes. So technically now he doesn't own a plot or flat of HUDA.

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January 5 2012 , 12:33 AM   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sgverma
Hi Gents,
I have simple query. Can a person once allotted a plot under residential scheme e.g HUDA and then sold it, apply again in new schemes. So technically now he doesn't own a plot or flat of HUDA.

thanks in advance

sgverma
considering the present case of HUDA Rohtak plots scheme please note that you are eligible to apply only if
1)you have never been alloted a plot in any HUDA Rohtak plot scheme previously launched by authority in the past.this rule pertains to all general category candidates.however this implies that if you have already been alloted a plot in any other haryana district say (Hissar) even then you are eligible to apply under general category IN Rohtak.
2)in case of any reservation:the benefit of reservation can only be availed once i.e if someone has already been alloted a plot in any reserved category in any of HUDA schemes launched in past then he can apply in another scheme only in general category and that too not in the same district in which the plot has already been alloted .
3)selling an HUDA alloted plot doesn't makes you eligible for applying in another plot in same district in which you have been alloted a plot previously.
this is my POV........thanks
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sublimation
considering the present case of HUDA Rohtak plots scheme please note that you are eligible to apply only if
1)you have never been alloted a plot in any HUDA Rohtak plot scheme previously launched by authority in the past.this rule pertains to all general category candidates.however this implies that if you have already been alloted a plot in any other haryana district say (Hissar) even then you are eligible to apply under general category IN Rohtak.
2)in case of any reservation:the benefit of reservation can only be availed once i.e if someone has already been alloted a plot in any reserved category in any of HUDA schemes launched in past then he can apply in another scheme only in general category and that too not in the same district in which the plot has already been alloted .
3)selling an HUDA alloted plot doesn't makes you eligible for applying in another plot in same district in which you have been alloted a plot previously.
this is my POV........thanks
Thanks for your reply. So, its district based not authority based. Anyone who have faced this scenario in past. Further inputs, will be appreciable.
January 7 2012 , 11:06 AM   #8
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Online application process ????

Hi,
Does anyone know, how to apply to this scheme online. As in there advertisement its mentioned, we can apply online with application cost of Rs 50 /-

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January 7 2012 , 11:36 AM   #9
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Link will come under Services - New Schemes

Wait for few more days...
January 7 2012 , 12:22 PM   #10

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nkg Bhai, how good or bad does this scheme look from an perspective of an Investor, who may be looking to hold ( if he gets the allotment ) for say about 6 months to 1 year ?
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