The Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016 mandates that builders register all new projects on the state website. This registration certificate serves multiple purposes, such as inclusion in promotional and branding materials for selling the project. It acts as tangible evidence of RERA registration, offering buyers insight into their rights and responsibilities, including delivery timelines and payment schedules. Through the information provided in the RERA certificate, buyers can actively track the ongoing project's progress, ensuring transparency and accountability.
Real estate agents, too, are mandated to apply for registration to operate their business. Buyers should demand to see an agent’s RERA registration certificate before starting any dealings.
What does a RERA registration certificate look like?
Check out a sample of the RERA registration certificate issued by the state authorities for promoters and agents:
Details in the RERA registration certificate
- Builder’s name
- Project’s name
- Project’s address
- Project’s registration number
- Terms and conditions to be met by the builder
- Issuance date
- Issuance place
- Name and signature of the signing authority
Details to view and download the RERA registration certificate
A builder/agent should provide the following details to view and download their RERA registration certificate from the state RERA website:
- Login credentials
- Registered mobile number
- Project registration number
How can a homebuyer check a builder/broker’s RERA registration certificate?
Buyers and investors have the option to verify a builder or broker's RERA registration certificate through the official RERA websites of the respective state. This verification process involves entering the project registration number and the type of registration certificate. As an example, on the UP-RERA web portal, individuals can scrutinize a builder or agent's RERA registration certificate by furnishing specific details.