I am still struggling to get registry paper, says a Capetown resident
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I am still struggling to get registry paper, says a Capetown resident

Varnit Bisht, a resident purchased his flat tower number CS 9, Supertech Capetown

I am still struggling to get registry paper, says a Capetown resident

For some, purchasing a home at skyscrapers is a lifetime venture and in this manner, they hope to get what they pay for. Varnit Bisht, a  resident purchased his flat tower number CS 9 Supertech Capetown, Noida  Sector 74, in April 2019, but the registry of their flat is not done yet.

Varnit Bisht lives with his wife Arushi Bisht, “In the year 2019, my wife and I decided to buy a flat. We were looking for flats in many places and then we took a look at this flat and we decided to buy it.  At that time we were not aware of the condition of the society and  registry of the flats was also being done,” Bisht said

He added, “We took possession in resale. The ex-flat owner had registry papers of the flat and we have been trying for three years but no one has listened to us. When we were buying this flat SBI bank declined our application for the home loan. We tried in other banks and it was very tough for us to get approval for a home loan.

“We also filed a complaint in the Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory  Authority (UP RERA)  with the help of AOA of our society. The online hearing was also being held in society in which the officials asked for justification from the Supertech. We also wrote a complaint on  JanSunwai UP  but there is no feedback from that side. We have sent an email to the Noida authority but we never received any response from the authority side. We also sent an email to Supertech  and from the last three years, they all said that it will take two or  three years.” Bisht Shared.

Bisht shared that he was not aware of the maintenance charge while purchasing this flat. He shared that “The water quality is very bad in society, due to this water purifier not working properly. Society  water is not drinkable and we are purchasing purified water from the  market.”

Bisht said, “We just want to live peacefully. The registry is not the only problem in society. Basement 2 is not completed and we are not able to park our vehicle. Builder sold the green belt area of the society for parking. More than 4700 families live here and most of the time  residents are fighting to park their vehicles.”

Varnit Bisht and Arushi Bisht are IT professionals who work in Gurgaon.