Chandigarh, June 1
Two three-bedroom flats in Sector 51 and 63 have fetched greater than Rs1 crore every in opposition to a reserve worth of Rs 86.24 lakh within the second section of e-auction carried out by the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) right here right now.
The CHB had invited e-bids for 79 built-up residential items on freehold foundation from Might 17 to Might 31. Nevertheless, the board had acquired 97 e-bids for 27 dwelling items in Sectors 63, 51, 49 and 38 (West). These included 1, 2, 3-bedroom flats and MIG and economically weaker part (EWS) properties. The entire reserve worth of the 27 items was Rs20.89 crore whereas the overall highest bids acquired in opposition to these items was Rs22.58 crore. On a mean, the utmost bids have been greater than eight per cent above the reserve worth of those items. The most important distinction between the reserve worth and the best bid was Rs18, 81,102 for a three-bedroom flat in Sector 63.
Within the first section, the CHB had acquired 105 bids for 36 dwelling items. A 3 bed room flat in Sector 63 had fetched Rs1.05 crore in opposition to a reserve worth of Rs86 lakh within the public sale. The CHB had earned Rs29.41 crore from the public sale of 36 dwelling items although it had supplied 109 properties for public sale.
The very best bidder should deposit 25 per cent of the bid quantity (after adjusting the earnest cash) inside 5 working days of the closure of the bid. In case of default, the earnest cash deposited by the bidder will probably be forfeited. Additional, the bidder will probably be barred from bidding for any property of the CHB in future. — TPR