The Tamil Nadu Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TNRERA) has decided to publish complaints registered against developers on its online portal. This new development will provide clarity to homebuyers in making an informed buying decision.
As of now, the regulatory authority has only been publishing the final orders of the complaints on the website. Officials have shared that the authority will start posting detailed information about the complaints. The details will be available for access on the 'complaints' link on the homepage of the website. The page will have all the details about the complaint including the complainant's name, information about the grievance, name of the housing project and also the developer's information.
The feature will be up on the website within 15 days or by the end of June 2019. The decision was taken to favour homebuyers by equipping them with the capability of choosing the right builder for themselves, devoid of any uncertainty. As of now, the authority has received over 750 complaints. Chennai recorded the lion's share in complaints, with 90 percent of all complaints having been filed against developers in and around this city. In the last two years, the authority has issued final orders for 40 of the 750 complaints.
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