RERA Uttar Pradesh

The Real Estate Regulation and Development Act, 2016 aims at protecting the home purchasers and boosts the real estate investments. The RERA Act can brought in effect on May 1, 2016.

UP RERA Fees and Charges

Registration Fee for Real Estate Agents

Type of Real Estate AgentRegistration FeeRenewal Fee
Other than IndividualRs.2,50,000Rs.50,000

Registration Fees for Promoters

Type of ProjectArea
Up to 1,000 Sq. m.Exceeding 1,000 Sq. m.
Residential ProjectRs.10 per Sq. m.Rs.500 per 100 Sq. m.
Commercial ProjectRs.20 per Sq. m.Rs.1,000 per 100 Sq. m.

Other Charges

Any kind of appeal subsection (1) under Section 44Rs.1,000
Complaint feeRs.1,000
Withdrawal of application of registrationRs.50,000 or up to 10% of the registration fee, whichever is higher.

How to Register Projects under Uttar Pradesh RERA

Step 1: Visit the UP RERA official website

Login to the website

Step 2: Click on ‘Registrations’ in the menu bar and then click on ‘Projects’ from the pop-up menu.

Select Registration

Step 3: Select the type of user i.e. Promoter or Agent. Enter your User ID/Email ID and Password along with the Captcha code.

Step 4: Click on ‘Login’ to redirect you to the project registration webpage.

Step 5: Fill in the required details and upload the supporting documents of the project being registered.

Step 6: Complete the registration process by paying the registration fees and clicking on ‘Confirm’.

Documents Required for Registration of Projects under UP RERA

Documents to be submitted by the promoter

  • PAN Card copy.
  • Balance sheet for the previous financial year.
  • Income Tax Returns for the last 3 financial years.
  • Total number of parking areas (open) included in the project.
  • Title deed indicating the title of the promoter on the property/land on which the real estate project is proposed.
  • Encumbrance Certificate of the land or property on which the project is proposed.
  • Copy of collaboration agreement, joint agreement or any other supporting document in case the promoter is not the owner of the land/property.
  • A written application in the format mentioned in sub0section (1) under Section 4 as per Form A.

Documents to be submitted by the agent

  • PAN Card copy.
  • Details of the real estate agent enterprise (Name, registered address, enterprise type i.e. proprietorship, societies, partnership, company, etc.).
  • Registration particulars (including bye-laws).
  • Memorandum of Association.
  • Articles of Association.
  • Income Tax Returns for the last 3 financial years.
  • In case you had been exempted from filing income tax returns during any of the last 3 financial years, please submit a declaration explaining the same.
  • Proof of address of the business entity.

UP RERA Contact Details

Office Address:

Naveen Bhavan, Rajya Niyojan Sansthan, Kala Kankar House, Old Hyderabad, Lucknow – 226007

Email ID:

News About RERA Uttar Pradesh

  • UP-RERA seeks direction from state government to end flats registration dead lock Thousands of homebuyers in New Delhi are still looking to register their flats as deadlock between promoters and authorities continues to exist due to unpaid dues. The Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) has sought guidelines and directions from the Uttar Pradesh state government to bring an end to the delay in flat registration. It is estimated that more than 50,000 homebuyers are in line to get their flats registered. Due to an absence of a payment plan by the local authorities, there is a huge problem in getting the dues cleared by the developers because of which registration process is taking time to be completed.29 April 2021
  • 18 builders in Agra get notices by UP-Rera for pending realty projects The UP Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-Rera) via the Agra Development Authority (ADA) has now issued notices to 18 promoters and builders as they have pending residential projects. It was under the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act, 2016 that these notices had been issued. The deadline for these projects had been April 2020. RK Singh, who is the chief town planner had said that the promoters and the builder will have to submit a complete report with UP-Rera prior to the last date of declared by them.27 October 2020
  • UP’s RERA proposes lower interest rate linked to SBI MCLR for home buyers The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in Uttar Pradesh has proposed that home buyers, group housing societies, and promoters be charged a lower rate of interest that is linked to State Bank of India’s (SBI) Marginal Cost of funds-based Lending Rate (MCLR) by the housing boards and development authorities. This proposal was put forward to the state government and if approved, could help promoters and home buyers to be able to afford to repay their loans on account of the economic downturn due to the corona virus pandemic.  The SBI MCLR is considered as a benchmark for home loan interest rates by other banks in India. The MCLR is revised monthly and determines the interest rate on loans. While the interest rate followed by the RERA in UP is 9.35%, the SBI MCLR is currently at 8%.  While the Supreme Court had earlier directed the Greater Noida and Noida authorities and promoters to charge interest rates based on the MCLR from 1 January 2020, RERA is proposing that it be extended to the rest of the state as well. However, if buyers defaulted on repayments based on the MCLR rate too, then they could be charged the higher rate that is listed in the agreements. The penal rate would be the MCLR plus 1%. 26 August 2020