The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (Credai) Hyderabad has welcomed the new property registration portal ‘Dharani’, an initiative by the state Government to streamline the operations in the real estate sector.
The new software is developed in Telangana under the guidance of Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar and land records. Its salient features were showcased to the real estate developers recently, before the portal goes live on November 23.
The new Integrated Land Records Management System (Dharani), combines land administration and registration services in an integrated, efficient, and effective manner with all actions on a near real-time basis. Dharani also provides a GIS system that includes a visual representation of the land record data.
Dharani system, said Credai, will transform the property registration and record-keeping mechanism by providing a unique code to each property, bringing transparency, smooth processing and documentation.
RK Rao, President, Credai Hyderabad, said, “We welcome the new online registration portal, the entire procedure related to registration of documents would be computerised. The new software will be useful for all Government departments across the state.”