AP RERA Application process for Real Estate Agent 2020
About APNA RERA
Andhra Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) was set up under the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016. The State Government has already published the Andhra Pradesh Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2017, the full copy of which can be found on the official Andhra Pradesh RERA website. All builders, developers, and real estate agents are required to follow the rules mentioned in the act and failure to do so may result in strict actions taken against them.
All real estate builders, developers, and agents are required to register with the Andhra Pradesh RERA. The procedure and documents required for the same can be found on the official website at http://www.rera.ap.gov.in/RERA/Views/Home.aspx.
If you are an agent, then you need to select ‘Registration’ followed by ‘Agent Registration’.
All the rules have been published on the official AP RERA site and the list of relevant documents needed can be found there. It is suggested that you go through them carefully to understand the requirements before proceeding with the registration process.
For any further queries, you can also browse through the ‘User Manual’ and ‘Guidelines for Registration’ available on the official site or get in touch with the officials.
Document required for agent registration with RERA
To register as an agent with Andhra Pradesh RERA:
Every real estate agent required to register under sub-section (2) of section 9 of the Act should make an application in writing to the Authority in Form “G‟ along with the following documents, namely:-
- Brief details of his enterprise including its name, registered address, type of enterprise (proprietorship, societies, partnership, companies, etc. ;
- Particulars of registration including the bye-laws, or memorandum of association and articles of association, etc. as the case may be;
- Photograph of the real estate agent if he is an individual and the photograph of the partners, directors, etc., in case of other entities;
- Authenticated copy of the PAN Card;
- Income tax returns filed under the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (Central Act 43 of 1961) for three financial years preceding the application or in case the applicant was exempted from filing returns under the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961 for any of the three years preceding the application, a declaration to such effect;
- Authenticated copy of the address proof of the place of residence and business; and such other information and documents, as may be specified by the Authority in regulations.
RERA Andhra Pradesh Fee for real estate agents
Agent Registration fee
The real estate agent is an individual or other than an individual who has to pay a registration fee as prescribed, at the time of application for registration by way of a demand draft drawn on any scheduled bank or as may be specified by the Authority.
Fee for the renewal of the registration of real estate agent/s
Real Estate agents/s can renew their registration by filling up and submitting the application for renewal of registration "Form J" along with a demand draft drawn on any scheduled bank to the authority. The applicant has to pay a sum of rupees as prescribed in case of the real estate agent being an individual or rupees as prescribed in case of the real estate agent being anyone other than an individual.
RERA Andhra Pradesh Fee for filing a complaint
Fee for filing a complaint with the Regulatory Authority
Any aggrieved person may file a complaint with the Regulatory Authority for any violation under the Act by filling up "Form M" along with a fee of Rs. 1000 paid using a demand draft drawn on a nationalized bank in favor of regulatory authority and payable at the main branch of that bank at the station where the seat of the said regulatory authority is situated.
Fee for filing a complaint with the Adjudicating Officer
Any aggrieved person may file a complaint with the Adjudicating Officer for compensation under section 12, 14, 18 and 19 by filling up "Form O" along with a fee of Rs. 1000 paid using a demand draft drawn on a nationalized bank in favor of regulatory authority and payable at the main branch of that bank at the station where the seat of the said regulatory authority is situated.
Fee for filing an appeal with the Appellate Tribunal
An appeal can be filed with the Appellate Tribunal by filing "Form L" in triplicate along with a fee of Rs. 1000 paid using demand draft drawn on a nationalized bank in favor of the Appellate Tribunal and payable at the main branch of that bank at the station where the seat of the said Appellate Tribunal is situated.
Note – The information available above is as per the RERA notification by the Andhra Pradesh government. The documents required for the registration of real estate agents may vary from state to state.