MHADA the state’s housing body has put a total of 24 homes on lottery. Of which 12 are for Lower Income Group and 12 for Middle Income Group.
By Varun Singh
Owning a house is the dream of every common man. However, buying them in the open market is not what all can afford.
MHADA has been assigned the task to meet the demand of the rising housing need in the state. In order to cater to this, a lottery of 24 homes will be held on August 10, 2020.
Of the 24 homes, 12 are for Lower Income Group (LIG) and 12 for Middle Income group (MIG).
The LIG homes are 1 BHK measuring between 41.96 – 43.75 sq mts. While the MIG homes are 2 BHK with an area of 60.09 – 60.14 sq mts.
Price for the LIG homes has been pegged between Rs 13.47 -14.05 lakh. While that of the MIG homes are Rs 20.23 – 20.24 lakh.
Applications for the lottery are being accepted from June 29 to July 30, 2020. The building where these 24 homes are located has six floor and a parking.
For people to apply under LIG they have to have a monthly income between Rs 25,001-50,000. While that of MIG the applicant should have an income of Rs 50,001-75,000 per month.
The MHADA building in which these flats are being sold via lottery is located in Kalanagar, Nashik.
The lottery will be held on August 10, at the Nashik office of MHADA.
Mumbaikars will have to wait some more time for their turn. Meanwhile, the housing body has got homes in some good locations in Mumbai.
In September 2019, eight flats with two car parks each landed in MHADA’s kitty.
These flats are located in Tardeo area of Malabar Hill Division. Each flat measures around 1,500 sq ft.
Another four flats in Juhu were also received by the housing body last year.