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JDA starts e-auction for 117 prime properties in Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala: Deepshikha Sharma

Jalandhar, November 23, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Giving another golden opportunity to residents to occupy prime properties in Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala districts, Jalandhar Development Authority (JDA) has launched e-auction for as many as 117 properties at prominent locations.

Giving more information on this, Chief Administrator JDA Deepshikha Sharma today said that the authority has called for an e-auction of its 117 prime properties including commercial, residential, and chunk sites between November 23 and December 7, this. She said that the auction includes 62 commercial sites, 54 residential sites and one chunk site that too at affordable prices.

She further mentioned that price for residential property start from Rs. 20.85 lakhs while Rs. 14.65 lakh would be the starting price for commercial property. Likewise, 14.22 crore would be reserved price of chunk property, she said adding, that the interested buyers cum investors can participate in the auction between this time-period.

Pointing out further, the Chief Administrator said that the detailed information regarding these prime properties could be taken from website She said that the civic body was expecting massive response from the people as these properties were situated at prime locations in the vicinity of Jalandhar, Kapurthala and Hoshiarpur. She also said that keeping in view the prevailing situation in the market the prices of these properties have been fixed at affordable rates.

The C.A. also highlighted that as large numbers of people were evincing keen interest in these sites, so the authority has taken a significant move by setting up a helpline number 81960-40008 where any person desirous of availing the benefits of this centre for applying for e-auction could approach for more information and assistance as officers/ officials deputed at helpline number are duty-bound to facilitate the people.

Similarly, in a first-of-its-kind initiative JDA is holding special camp at Gandhi Vanita Ashram Site between December 3 and 5 to facilitate and sensitize people about the E-Auction. The camp has been specially envisaged on Saturday and Sunday so that maximum buyers and investors can take benefit of this opportunity.

The properties placed under E-auction includes sites at Urban Estate Kapurthala, Urban Estate Phase-1 and Phase-2, Urban Estate Sultanpur Lodhi, Old Jail Site Jalandhar, Seed Farm Kapurthala, Canal Rest House Site Jalandhar, Seed Farm Mukerian, Gandhi Vanita Aashram, Old Hoshiarpur Road Village Sheikhe, and Chotti Baradari Part-1, Part-2.

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