What do Real Estate professionals have to say about RERA?


RERA seeks to bring clarity and fair practices that would protect the interests of buyers and also impose penalties on errant builders and while there’s everyone talking about how this well help the home buyers, we tried reaching out to some developers and take their perspective. Here’s what they have to say

Mamta Bharaktiya, Director Valmark
Mamta Bharaktiya, Director Valmark

RERA is a good move to get the consumer confidence back in the market but a lot depends on how it gets implemented. Hope the concerned authorities are also made answerable since they are an important part of the machinery. I believe Bangalore builders were always sensitive to the customer sentiments. Valmark in particular has been following the spirit of RERA from inception – Mamta Bharaktiya, Director Valmark

Viswa Desu
Viswa Prathap Desu, Sr. Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Brigade Group

We welcome the new regulation – RERA. It will help regularise the real estate business and for big developers like Brigade, it will ensure that good practices followed by us will become a rule and also provide comfort to the end buyer. This will also ensure fly by night operators will vanish and only the structured players will remain in force – Viswa Prathap Desu, Sr. Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Brigade Group

Cyriac Joseph: Sr. VP, Marketing , Vaishnavi-Group talks about his views on Bangalore Real Estate
Cyriac Joseph: Sr. VP, Marketing , Vaishnavi-Group

RERA is a progressive act and, overall,  will have a positive & favourable impact on the real estate industry. RERA augurs well for long term players in the organised sector while dissuading and discouraging the short-term and ‘fly-by-night’ operators. However, while the act is definitely a positive development, the new rules should address genuine concerns faced by builders and developers in getting sanctions and approvals in a timely manner – Cyriac Joseph, Senior Vice President – Marketing, Vaishnavi 


Manish Sinha EVP QuikrHomes
Manish Singh, EVP, Quikr Homes

RERA is a very balanced act and that also puts responsibilities on the authority. To grant approvals and declines in a defined time-period, hence pre-eliminating potential bureaucratic delays.

 Online real estate platforms like us can help in creating a trustworthy environment based on tangible data. Based on verifiable information, that should be available from the govt bodies. Customers should be able to find about past project delays and incorrect promises and hence choose from the more professional builders. However, providing data and information for many new requirements will be a complex task. The entire buyer and builder community needs to readjust to the concept of carpet area, cost of delays, project centric funding and expenses, and potential of significant penalties.

We believe the authority needs to manage the implementation well to avoid chaos in the industry. That can run into a few quarters due to the massive nature of the changes proposed

Manish Sinha, EVP QuikrHomes

Abhilash Baldota – Strategic Head Marketing, Sterling Developers

Sterling has always been supportive of measures that have influenced the society, the ecosystem in a positive manner. RERA is a significant step that regulates the Real Estate sector. It strives to remove any doubt in the eyes of the property buyer. It is now that the Top players of the industry will standout, for they bring valuable forte in terms of best practices, track record, confidence & peace of mind to the buyer.

Looking forward to playing our part as Bangalore’s leading developer – Abhilash Baldota, Strategic Head Marketing, Sterling Developers


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