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Frequently asked questions

What preferential services are offered to Senior Citizens?

  1. DHA has introduced multipurpose Senior Citizen Card for entry in DHA parks, library, parking in Mosques, commercial areas and clubs.
  2. DHA Club offers 50% rebate on membership fee, monthly subscription, sports facilities and designated space in car parks.
  3. DHA Medical Centre offers special discounted rates for outdoor/indoor treatment and complete medical checkup. A special 10% discount at CSH Pharmacy is also offered on every visit.

What are MAAN ESTATE office hours?

Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:30 to 6:00

For more information feel free to call +923334023007, +923217777733

What are DHA office hours?

Public hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Lunch hour: Monday to Thursday 1:00 to 2:00 and on Friday 12:30 to 2:00

* SOP’s applied for all visitors

Can generator be placed at residential /commercial building ?

Yes, the following conditions are applicable for permission:

  1. Generator set to be installed in basement/front lawn 5 ft away from common boundary wall.
  2. Generator set must be installed with sound proof canopy.
  3. Maximum capacity of generator is 25KVA.
  4. Generator set will not be used as prime supply but only in failure of WAPDA/LESCO power supply.

Note: For placement in Commercial building kindly visit Facilitation Desk

How to get my house/plot transferred ?

Transfer Procedure

Verification of Property
No Demand Certificate (NDC)
Regular Transfer
Hiba Transfer
Legal Heir(s) Transfer
Foreign Transfer (Seller Abroad)
Foreign Transfer (Purchaser Abroad)
Out Station Transfer
Issuance of Allocation / Intimation / Allotment/ Transfer Letter(s)
Issuance of Duplicate Allocation / Intimation / Allotment/ Transfer Letter(s)
Change of Name
Preparation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA)
Cancellation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA)
Grant of Regular Membership (Defence Personnel Only)
Registration of Property Dealers

Verification of Property

    

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Verification of Property24 HoursRs 2000/-Resident desk

Documents Required

  1. Copy of Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer Letter(s).
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  3. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card of Authority Holder.
  4. Original paid Voucher of Verification Fee.
  5. Copy of Property Dealer’s Registration Card (if applied through Property Dealer).

Procedure

  1. Verification form is available at DHA Office Reception. (Download)
  2. Submit the Verification Form along with the documents mentioned above at DHA Office Reception.
  3. Customer/ Authority Holder will collect Verification Performa from DHA Reception next day.

No Demand Certificate

No Demand Certificate is the first step for transfer in which the owner has to clear all outstanding objections and dues.

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No Demand CertificateSubject to Plots/House, Phase and Transfer typeNilNDC vouchers to be collected from Finance branch on due date

Documents Required

  1. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  2. Copy of Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer Letter(s).
  3. Copy of Site Plan for the plots (if possession is open). If not held, will apply along with No Demand Certificate.
  4. Copy of Completion Certificate (House / Building).
  5. TIP Paid receipt and Clearance Certificate from Walton / Lahore Cantt Board (Constructed Property). In case of exemption, Exemption Certificate be attached.
  6. Property Tax receipt and clearance certificate from Walton / Lahore Cantt Board.
  7. No Object Certificate for Armed Forces Personnel in case of Service Benefit Plots / Plots allotted out of Defence quota from GHQ AG’s Branch (W&R Directorate).
  8. Photocopies of Pension Book, Discharge Certificate and Form ‘B’ in case of Retired Junior Commissioned Officers / Non Commission Officers and Next Of Kins of Shaheed / Deceased (duly attested by District Arms Services Board).

Procedure

  1. No Demand Certificate request form is available at DHA Office Reception. (Download)
  2. Submit the No Demand Certificate along with the documents mentioned above to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Centre, DHA Office.
  3. If the required documents are complete, the Customer Services Officer will issue receipt of documents to the customer.
  4. Customer will come on the date provided on the receipt to collect Payment Voucher from Finance counters, DHA Office.
  5. After paying the voucher in the bank, customer submits the copies of Vouchers of all dues including Transfer Fee along with IT-5 Form and Paid Voucher of Advance Tax (if applicable) at NDC counters.
  6. In case of House or Open Possession Plot, customer will have to coordinate with Building Control Branch for Surveyor visit and dues clearance.
  7. In case of Constructed Building, customer has to clear the TIP Tax of Walton / Lahore Cantt Board and Water Bill.
  8. Submits the complete Transfer Documents after fulfilling the above requirements to Customer Service Officer for the transfer appointment.

Note:

  1. Original Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer Letter(s) to be surrendered to DHA at the time of transfer.
  2. Original Paid challan of Transfer Fee and other dues (if any) to be submitted at least two working days before Transfer.
  3. Validity period of NDC.
    • Constructed building (House/Plaza) – 30 days
    • Possession/Non-Possession – 90 days

Regular Transfer

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Regular TransferAfter No Demand Certificate ClearanceDepends on the Phase, Size and Plot / Building Type. (Click Here for Schedule of Charges)Transfer Branch

Documents Required

1. Forwarding letter giving the details of the plot / house, name of
purchaser and documents under Seller’s three Signatures.
2. Original Allotment / Transfer Letter so that new letter is issued in
the name of transferee.
3. Affidavit typed on Stamp paper worth Rs.50/- duly attested by Oath
Commissioner.
4. No Demand Certificate (NDC).
5. Undertaking by the purchaser.
6. Photocopies of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) of
both Seller and Buyer duly attested by Oath Commissioner.
7. 2 x Passport size photograph duly attested by class one officer.
8. Associate Membership Registration Fee Rs.45,000/- of new Owner.
9. Cost of Associate Membership Registration Form Rs.1,000/-.
10. 3 % Cantt. Board transfer Tax of DC Value.
11. Original Transfer / Sales Deed along with affidavits of seller and
purchaser are to be surrendered in case of registered plot.
12. CVT-1 & IT-5 Form
13. Transfer Fee according to the size of plot.
14. Tax to be paid after Transfer activity:
a. Stamp Duty Tax.

Transfer Documents set specimen available at DHA Office Reception. (Download)

Procedure

  1. Apply for No Demand Certificate.
  2. Customer to visit Transfer Branch for Transfer appointment.
  3. Both Seller and Purchaser will visit Transfer Branch for transfer.
  4. Customer will submit Transfer Documents along with all paid Government charges and Membership fee of DHA within 30 days of Transfer at Customer Care Centre.
  5. Customer Services Officer will endorse/receive the documents and issue receipt.
  6. Customer will bring the receipt and original Computerized National Identity Card on the given date, to collect the Allocation / Intimation / Transfer Letter(s) from Transfer Branch, DHA Office.

Note:

  1. Urgent Transfer can be done after paying Urgent Transfer Fee with the approval of Director Transfer & Record on Stamp Paper of Rs 50/-.
  2. Urgent Transfer Fee is Rs 34,000/-

Hiba Transfer

Property gifted to the blood relatives (Parents to Children, Children to Parents, Husband to Wife, Wife to Husband).

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Hiba TransferAfter No Demand Certificate ClearanceDepends on the Phase, Size and Plot / Building Type. (Click Here for Schedule of Charges)Transfer Branch

Documents Required

1. Forwarding letter giving the details of the sale / transfer documents.
2. Original Allotment / Transfer Letter for cancellation.
3. Declaration of oral gift on stamp paper worth Rs.50/-, duly attested by the Oath Commissioner.
4. No Demand Certificate (NDC) after clearance of all the dues and transfer fee.
5. Undertaking by the Donee regarding variation fee.
6. Acceptance by Donee on stamp paper worth Rs.50/- duly attested by the Oath Commissioner.
7. Photocopies of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) of Donor, Donee and two Witnesses duly
attested by the Oath Commissioner / class one officer / regular member.
8. 2 x Passport size photograph of the Donee (Blue Background) duly attested.
9. Associate Membership (AM) Form (Available at Finance counter for Rs.1,000/-)
10. Paid Challan of Associate Membership (AM) Fee Rs.45,000/- of Donee.
11. Original Transfer / Sales Deed along with affidavits of seller and purchaser regarding surrender of the deed (In
case of registered plot).
12. CVT-1 and IT-5 Forms
13. Transfer Fee according to the size of plot.
14. Tax to be paid after Transfer activity:
a. Stamp Duty Tax.

Hiba Transfer Documents Set Specimen available at DHA Office Reception. (Download)

Procedure

  1. Apply for No Demand Certificate.
  2. Customer will bring the Transfer Set to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Counter DHA Office, to obtain Transfer Appointment.
  3. Both donor and donee along with 2 x witnesses will visit Transfer Branch section for Transfer.
  4. Customer will submit Transfer Documents along with all paid Government charges and membership fee of DHA within 30 days of Transfer at Customer Care Centre.
  5. Customer Service Officer will endorse/receive the documents and issue receipt.
  6. Donee will bring the receipt and original Computerized National Identity Card on the given date to collect the Allocation / Intimation / Transfer Letter(s) from Transfer Branch.
  7. Note:
    1. Urgent Transfer can be done after paying Urgent Transfer Fee with the approval of Director Transfer & Record on affidavit of Rs 50/-.
    2. Urgent Transfer fee is Rs 34,000/-.

Legal Heir(s) Transfer

After the death of the owner, property is transferred to the legal heir(s).

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Legal Heir(s) TransferVaries per case(Click Here for Schedule of Charges)Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Legal Heir(s) Transfer Documents Set available at DHA Office Reception. (Download)
  2. Original Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer letter(s).
  3. Declaratory decree in respect of Legal Heir(s) issued by the Civil Judge having competent Jurisdiction.
  4. Death Certificate (duly attested).
  5. Copies of the Computerized National Identity Card of all Legal Heir(s) (duly attested).
  6. 2 x Passport Size photographs (blue background) of each Legal Heir (duly attested by Gazetted Officer).
  7. Advertisement regarding death of the owner/member with photograph in 2 x National Newspapers i.e. Urdu & English (Download Specimen).
  8. Membership Form of Legal Heir(s).
  9. Original Paid Challan of membership and Transfer fee.
  10. Court verification fee.

Procedure

  1. Submit the documents to Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Centre DHA office after filling in the required information.
  2. Customer Service Officer will issue the receipt against the documents.
  3. Transfer Branch will issue a confirmation letter.
  4. After receiving the confirmation letter, Legal Heir(s) along with their original Computerized National Identity Card will visit Transfer Branch to collect the Allocation / Intimation / Transfer Letter.
  5. In case any one of the Legal Heir is abroad, he / she can authorize any other Legal Heir to receive the letter on his / her behalf. Authority Letter has to be attested by the Pakistan Embassy / Consulate.

Foreign Transfer (Seller Abroad)

If the Seller is abroad and can not appear for transfer.

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Foreign TransferVaries per caseDepends on the Phase, Size and Plot / Building Type.Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Complete Transfer Document Set along with No Demand Certificate Request Form and Site Plan (if required). (Download)
  2. Documents will be signed by the owner and attested by the Embassy / Consulate.
  3. Attested copy of owners Computerized National Identity Card from concerned Embassy / Consulate.
  4. Attested copy of Passport and Visa with Exit and Entry Stamps from concerned Embassy / Consulate.
  5. Authority letter for submission of Transfer Papers on Stamp paper of Rs 50/-.
  6. Documents are submitted in DHA office Customer Services Centre.

Procedure

  1. Authority Holder submits the documents to Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Centre, DHA Office.
  2. Customer Service Officer will issue the receipt of the documents.
  3. Transfer Branch will verify the transfer documents from concerned Embassy / Consulate and Owner.
  4. After receiving the Confirmation Letter from the Embassy / Consulate and individual, Authority Holder will follow procedure mentioned in Regular Transfer Section.

Foreign Transfer (Purchaser Abroad)

If the Purchaser is abroad and can not appear for transfer.

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Foreign TransferOn completion of requirements / documentationDepends on the Phase, Size and Plot / Building Type.Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Copy of Purchaser’s Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC).
  2. Attested copy of Passport and Visa with Exit and Entry Stamps.
  3. 2 x Attested Passport size Photographs.
  4. Undertaking on Rs.50/- Stamp paper by Purchaser’s representative. (Download Specimen)
  5. All documents required in Regular Transfer

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR FOREIGN TRANSFER – (ABROAD PURCHASER)

Procedure

  1. As per Regular Transfer.

Out Station Transfer

If Owner is unable to appear at DHA Lahore for transfer due to Illness / Disability.

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Out Station TransferOn completion of requirements.Outstation Transfer Charges i.e Rs 11,000/-Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application from the Seller for Outstation Transfer along with Medical Certificate.
  2. All Documents required in Regular Transfer.

Procedure

  1. The Owner will submit an application requesting for Outstation Transfer along with Medical Officer / Doctor’s Certificate clearly mentioning the medical reason for inability to travel.
  2. After approval by the Competent Authority, the Seller will adopt procedure mentioned in  Regular Transfer Section.
  3. Transfer will be executed at the station requested
  4. Purchaser transfer formalities will be carried out in DHA Office, Lahore.

Issuance of Allotment Letter

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Issuance of Allotment Letter25 working daysNilTransfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application to DHA Secretary or Director Transfer & Record for the issuance of Allotment Letter.  (Download)
  2. Original payment slip of latest installment.
  3. Photo Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  4. 2 x recent Passport size photographs (blue background).
  5. Photo Copy of Intimation Letter.

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Center, DHA Office.
  2. If the documents are complete, the Customer Service Officer after endorsing will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Customer will receive the allotment letter at the given date.
  4. Note:
    1. Urgent Transfer / Intimation / Allocation / Allotment letter and Allocation against land affidavit can be obtained after the approval of Director Transfer & Record on affidavit of Rs 50/- Stamp Paper. (Download Specimen)
    2. Bring Original CNIC, Allocation Letter and Intimation Letter to receive Allotment Letter.
    3. Allotment Letter will only be prepared after deposit of Associate Membership form along with registration fee if already not deposited.
    4. Urgent Transfer / Allotment letter fee (all phases) is Rs 10,000/-.
    5. Urgent allocation letter against land fee is Rs 33,000/-.

Issuance of Duplicate Allocation /Intimation /Allotment/Transfer Letter(s)

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Duplicate Allocation /Intimation /Allotment/Transfer Letter(s)25 working daysRs 16,000/-Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Affidavit duly attested by Oath Commissioner.
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card (Duly attested).
  3. First Information Report Regarding Loss of Allotment / Transfer / Intimation/ Allocation letter.
  4. Advertisement in two news papers (English & Urdu). The advertisement should be in two columns (5 x 2) complete newspapers to be attached.
  5. Forwarding Letter requesting for issuance of Duplicate Letter.
  6. Paid Voucher of Issuance of duplicate Allocation/ Intimation/ Allotment letter.
  7. 2 x Passport size photographs (blue background) (duly attested).
  8. Registration Form is available for Rs.1000/- at DHA finance counter.
  9. Photocopies of Pension Book, Discharge Certificate and Form ‘B’ in case of Retired Junior Commissioned Officers/Non Commissioned Officers and Next Of Kins of Shaheed / Deceased (duly attested by District Arms Services Board).
  10. Complete List of Documents  (Download)

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Center, DHA office.
  2. If the documents are complete in all respect, the Customer Services Officer will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Customer will receive the Duplicate Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer Letter(s) at the given date.

Change of Name

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Change of Name15 working daysNilTransfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application to Secretary DHA for the change of name.
  2. Affidavit regarding Change of Name on Stamp Paper worth Rs. 50/- duly attested by Oath Commissioner. (Download Specimen)
  3. Photo Copy of old and new Computerized National Identity Card.
  4. Photo Copy of Husband / Father Computerized National Identity Card (if applicable).
  5. Photo Copy of Allotment/ Transfer letter.
  6. Photo Copy of Nikkahnama  / Divorce Certificate.
  7. Advertisement regarding Change of Name in 2 x Nationwide Newspapers (English & Urdu) as per specimen (Ad size: 5′ x 2′ column) complete newspaper to be attached.
  8. Marriage Certificate (Nikkah Nama) if status is changed from unmarried to married.
  9. In case of Armed Forces Personnel, verification from CORO GHQ.

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Center, DHA office.
  2. If the documents are complete, the Customer Services Officer will give receipt to the customer.
  3. Documents will be sent to the Transfer branch for processing.
  4. Original Allocation / Intimation / Allotment / Transfer Letter(s) will be brought at the given date for Correction of name.
  5. Note: Please bring along Original Allocation/ Intimation/ Allotment/ Transfer letter after due date either by owner or representative for necessary amendment of name.

Special Power of Attorney

If the owner is abroad or not available for construction purpose, he / she can give Special Power of Attorney (SPA) to another person for construction only.

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Special Power of Attorney (SPA)15 working daysRs. 10,000/-Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application to Director Transfer & Record requesting for Issuance of Special Power of Attorney.
  2. Original Special Power of Attorney on Stamp Paper worth Rs 1200/- and duly attested by Notary Public along with 3 x photocopies of Power of Attorney duly attested by Oath Commissioner. (Download Specimen)
  3. Original Paid Challan of Stamp paper fee Rs 1200/-.
  4. Photo Copies of Computerized National Identity Cards of owner attorney & witnesses (duly attested by Oath Commissioner).
  5. 2 x Passport size photographs (blue background) of the attorney (duly attested by Oath Commissioner).
  6. Original Paid Challan of Special Power of Attorney fee Rs 10,000/-.
  7. Photo Copy of Allotment / Transfer Letter.

Procedure

  1. Customer will submit the documents to Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Centre, DHA office.
  2. Customer Service Officer will issue a receipt of documents.
  3. Customer will visit to Transfer Branch at the given date, along with the receipt issued and original Computerized National Identity Card to collect the Special Power of Attorney (SPA) document.

Note:

  • Name, Signature, Thumb Impression and CNIC # of Owner and Attorney must be on each paper of stamp paper.
  • Attorney will come to Transfer Branch on the given date, along with the acknowledgement issued by the DHA
    Lahore and original CNIC to collect the Special Power of Attorney (SPA) document
  • Special Power of Attorney has to be cancelled by the owner before starting the Transfer procedure.
  • If owner is abroad all documents will be attested by the concerned Pakistani embassy/ Consulate.

Cancellation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA)

Special Power of Attorney (SPA) has to be cancelled before starting the transfer procedure.

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Cancellation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA)NATransfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. An application addressed to Director Transfer & Record for cancellation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
  2. Computerized National Identity Card copies of both Owner and Attorney.
  3. Undertaking regarding cancellation of Special Power of Attorney (SPA) on Rs 100/- Stamp Paper by the Owner. (Download Specimen)
  4. Original Special Power of Attorney (SPA) issued by DHA.

Note: In case of loss of Original Special Power of Attorney (SPA), Owner will submit 2 x National Newspapers advertisements and undertaking on Rs 100/- Stamp Paper regarding loss of Original Special Power of Attorney (SPA) and Police report.

Procedure

  1. Customer will get the required documents from the DHA reception. (Download Specimen)
  2. Submit the documents to Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Centre, DHA office.
  3. Customer Services Officer will issue a receipt of documents.
  4. After 2 x weeks Special Power of Attorney (SPA) will stand cancelled. Owner can then start the Transfer Procedure.

Amalgamation of Plots

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Amalgamation of PlotsDepends upon size of plots. (Click Here for Schedule of Charges)Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application by the Owner to Director Building Control for the amalgamation of Plots.
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  3. Undertaking on Rs 50/- Stamp Paper for the amalgamation of plots.
  4. 2 x Passport size photographs.
  5. Original Allotment letters of both plots.
  6. Original Site Plans of both plots.
  7. Paid Voucher of amalgamation fee.
  8. Ammonia prints in case of building.

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer (Transfer) at Customer Care Center, DHA office.
  2. The Customer Services Officer after endorsing will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Customer will collect the new Allotment letter at the given date.

Subdivision of Plot

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Subdivision of PlotDepends upon size of plots. (Click Here for Schedule of Charges)Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application by the Owner to Director Building Control for the Subdivision of plot.
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  3. Undertaking on Rs 50/- Stamp Paper for the Subdivision.
  4. 2 x Passport size photographs.
  5. Original Allotment Letter of plot.
  6. Original Site Plan of plot.
  7. Paid Voucher of Subdivision Fee.
  8. Ammonia prints in case of building.

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Service Officer (Transfer) at Customer Care Center, DHA Office.
  2. The Customer Service Officer will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Customer will receive the new Allotment Letter at the given date.

Regular Membership

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Regular Membership15 working daysRs. 20,000/-Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. An application to Director Transfer and Record. (Download Specimen)
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  3. 2 x Passport size photographs.
  4. Original Paid Voucher.
  5. Proof of Service.
  6. Copy of Release  / Retirement Order / Discharge Certificate in case of Retired Officer.
  7. Note:
    1. Retired Officers involved in Property Dealing / Real Estate Business can not apply for Regular Membership.
    2. Duplicate Membership Card can be obtained after paying duplicate charges Rs. 1000/-
    3. Urgent Regular Membership card fee Rs. 2500/-

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Center, DHA office.
  2. The Customer Service Officer will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Duplicate Membership is sent to applicant at the given date or can be collected personally from Transfer Branch.

Registration of Property Dealers

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Registration of Property DealersOn completion of formalitiesRs. 60,000/-Transfer Branch

Documents Required

  1. Application to Director Transfer and Record, DHA.
  2. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card (duly attested).
  3. 2 x Passport size photographs (blue background).
  4. Original Paid Voucher.
  5. Certificate of Registration issued by Excise and Taxation Department.
  6. NTN Certificate
  7. Undertaking on Stamp Paper worth Rs 50/-. (Download Specimen)
  8. Recommendation of President DHA Estate Agent Association (Registered) with DHA Lahore.

Procedure

  1. Customer submits the required documents to the Customer Services Officer at Customer Care Center, DHA Office.
  2. The Customer Services Officer will give a receipt to the customer.
  3. Note: Renewal fee for Registration of Property Dealer is Rs 20,000/- per annum.

How can we receive a duplicate copy of the water bill ?

ou have to visit DHA main office at counter # 1 and request for a duplicate water bill.

Can non-members use facilities offered by different clubs in DHA ?

Kindly visit the Club or J Block website or contact:-

  1. DHA Club- J block: Tel # 042-39264413, 35723984-5
  2. DHA Club- R block: Tel # 042-35892143
  3. DHA Club FF block: Tel # 042-35743450-1

How to get membership in DHA clubs ?

Kindly visit the Club or J Block website or contact:-

  1. DHA Club- J block: Tel # 042-39264413, 35723984-5
  2. DHA Club- R block: Tel # 042-35892143
  3. DHA Club FF block: Tel # 042-35743450-1

Can DHA inform us on market property prices ?

For assistance on the property prices, kindly contact DHA property exchange for the updated information.

Contact – +92-333-4023007

How to book a ground or marriage hall for function ?

Kindly visit DHA Service Company at K-94, phase-I for the availability of plot details.
Contact – 042-35749045-47

How to get approvals for placing signboards in DHA ?

Send a written request to Director Marketing DHA Lahore for permission of placing signboards in DHA.
Contact – + 92 42 111 – 342 – 547 (111DHA-LHR)

How to enroll as a property dealer ?

Submit the following documents:-

  1. Dealers registration form.
  2. Photo Copy of Computerized National Identity Card duly attested.
  3. 2 Photographs 1×1.
  4. Challan form for Rs.40,000/- for first time & Rs.10,000/- in case of renewal.
  5. Certificate of registration issued by Excise & Taxation.
  6. National Tax Number (NTN).
  7. Undertaking on stamp paper worth Rs.20/-
  8. Recommendation of President DHA Estate Agents Association (Reg) Lahore Cantt.

Note: Kindly submit completed documents at DHA office.

How to register as an Architect ?

Submit the required documents with the architect’s profile for its approval at Customer Care Centre.

  1. Copy of Bachelor Architecture Degree.
  2. Registration with Pakistan Council of Arts & Town Planners.
  3. Copy of Card Issued by Pakistan Council of Arts & Town Planners.
  4. Computerized National Identity Card of the Chief Executive Officer /Principal Architect.
  5. List of Architect team with bio-data of each individual.
  6. Registration with other departments/authorities.
  7. Company Profile.
  8. Specimen signatures on letter head paper with stamp.
  9. Pay order/Bank Draft for Rs.5, 000 (Rupees five thousand only) in the name of DHA Lahore, as processing fee.
  10. Certificate of M.Sc. Structural Engineer.
  11. National Tax Number (NTN) certificate.

Note: All documents must be attested for the endorsement.

Reference from https://dhalahore.org/

How to apply for a duplicate completion certificate ?

To apply for the duplicate completion certificate, kindly submit the following and receive the requested document within 12 working days:-

  1. A signed application to Director Building Control requesting for the issuance of duplicate completion certificate.
  2. 1 photocopy of Computerized National Identity Card.
  3. 1 photocopy of paid voucher for the duplicate completion certificate Rs: 650/-.

Reference from https://dhalahore.org/

How to apply for duplicate site plan certificate ?

For the issuance of duplicate transfer/allotment letter, kindly submit the following documents and receive the duplicate letter after 30 working days:-

  1. Covering Letter requesting for issuance of duplicate letter.
  2. Affidavit (duly attested by Oath Commissioner).
  3. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card (Duly attested by Army / Civil Gazetted officer /Regular Member).
  4. I. R regarding Loss of Allotment / Transfer letter.
  5. Advertisement in 2 news papers (Urdu + English).
  6. Paid challan for duplicate transfer/allotment letter of Rs. 10,500/-.
  7. Two recent photographs, duly attested.
  8. Associate Membership Form available for Rs.350/- at the Finance window-5A, DHA Office

What are DHA construction Bylaws ?

Construction related Rules and Regulations in DHA

DHA allows the construction of houses & commercial buildings according to defined parameters, to create safe and environment friendly infrastructure.

For further details please download the Rules & Regulations Book. HERE

How to apply for a duplicate transfer / allotment letter ?

For the issuance of duplicate transfer/allotment letter, kindly submit the following documents and receive the duplicate letter after 30 working days:-

  1. Covering Letter requesting for issuance of duplicate letter.
  2. Affidavit (duly attested by Oath Commissioner).
  3. Copy of Computerized National Identity Card (Duly attested by Army / Civil Gazetted officer /Regular Member).
  4. F. I. R regarding Loss of Allotment / Transfer letter.
  5. Advertisement in 2 news papers (Urdu + English).
  6. Paid challan for duplicate transfer/allotment letter of Rs. 10,500/-.
  7. Two recent photographs, duly attested.
  8. Associate Membership Form available for Rs.350/- at the Finance window-5A, DHA Office

What is the difference between a real estate agent and a real estate broker?

Most states require real estate sales professionals to be licensed by the state, so that they can control education and experience requirements and have a central authority to resolve consumer problems.

The terminology used to identify real estate professionals varies a little from state to state. Brokers are generally required to have more education and experience than real estate salespersons or agents.

The person you normally deal with is a real estate agent or salesperson. The salesperson is licensed by the state, but must work for a broker. All listings are placed in the broker’s name, not the salesperson’s.

A broker can deal directly with home buyers and sellers, or can have a staff of salespersons or agents working for him or her.

Why should I use a real estate salesperson?

A real estate salesperson is more than just a “sales person.” They act on your behalf as your agent, providing you with advice and guidance and doing a job – helping you buy or sell a home. While it is true they get paid for what they do, so do other professions that provide advice, guidance, and have a service to sell –such as Certified Public Accountants and Attorneys

The Internet has opened up a world of information that wasn’t previously available to homebuyers and seller. The data on listings available for sale is almost current – but not quite. There are times when you need the most current information about what has sold or is for sale, and the only way to get that is with an agent.

If you’re selling a home, you gain access to the most buyers by being listed in the Multiple Listing Service. Only a licensed real estate agent who is a member of your local MLS can get you listed there – which then gets you automatically listed on some of the major real estate web sites. If you’re buying or selling a home, the MLS is your agent’s best tool.

However, the role of an agent has changed in the last couple of years. In the past, agents were the only way home buyers and sellers could access information. Now agents are evolving. Because today’s home buyers and sellers are so much better informed than in the past, expertise and ability are becoming more important.

The real estate agent is becoming more of a “guide” than a “salesperson” — your personal representative in buying or selling a home.

I have a family friend who is a Realtor. I like her and she is a help but she gives me one price to sell my home for and I think it is too low. So I called another agent who suggested a price more in line with my expectations. Who do I choose?

You might want to consult a couple more Realtors on the market value of your home. Most of the estimates should be in the same ballpark.

It could be that your friend is being more honest with you about the value of your home and the other Realtor gave you a higher number because he already knew you expected it. This is called “Buying a Listing” and is the subject of an article on our web site.

Or it could simply be that your friend is a good friend, but not that great of a real estate agent.

Mixing business and friendships is always risky to the friendship. On the other hand, if your friend is truly competent and was providing wise advice, she may be offended if you ignore the advice and choose another agent.

I have to make a choice between an updated home in an older neighborhood or a newer home in a more modern neighborhood. The home in the older neighborhood has almost everything I want and is much larger, but which makes the most sense as an investment?

If your goal is to buy a home for it’s resale value and the one you are thinking of buying in the older neighborhood is at the upper end of values for that neighborhood, then it may not be the wisest choice. If it is similar or lower in price to the others, then there should be no problem, because pricing should be considered in relation to the local neighborhood and not compared to homes in other neighborhoods (for the most part)

Plus, is it a neighborhood on the decline, or are others going to be fixing things up, too, so that it is a neighborhood that is improving? It could turn out to be a very good deal as long as you don’t “overpay” because of the recent improvements.

Remember that you also buy a home for it’s value to you as a “home,” and that is something else you should consider. Which neighborhood would you AND your family feel most comfortable in?

When buying a new home, what upgrades should we go for? What holds the most value? Do we upgrade the lot? Pick more square footage in the house? Add an extra bedroom?, etc.

A lot depends on why you are buying the house. Are you buying it mostly as a home or mostly as an investment? There is a difference.

For the most part, upgrades are high-profit items for builders. They aren’t designed to enhance the value of the house, but make you happier with the house you do buy.

If you are looking at your home as an investment, then you buy from the smaller to medium size in the tract and spend only a minimal amount on upgrades. If you are looking at your purchase as a home, then you select upgrades that will enhance your quality of living.

One rule of thumb is to always upgrade the carpet and padding.

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