Home Registration Process In Delhi

If you have invested a large chunk of the most valuable thing on the planet - “time”, into finding yourself a home that you and your family love, registering it and making it yours should ideally be the first step. What do you think?  

Home hunting is associated with a whole lot of confusion and disappointment that finally leads to unlimited happiness. Same is the case with the house registration process; it’s tedious, lengthy and some what time consuming but, it leads to unlimited happiness towards the end. If you have bought a house in the Delhi, the good news is, property registration process is now online. Sigh! Going online has made application process easier, less time consuming, and more importantly, transparent. 

Here’s a step by step procedure that is sure to help you register your property online with ease and minimal confusion.  

Step 1: 

Prepare a deed for online registration of property in Delhi  

Visit?https://doris.delhigovt.nic.in/ and choose ‘Deed Writer’ from the top menu. This will then redirect you to a new website where you can get your deed prepared according to your the suitable criteria. 

Step 2:  

Calculate the stamp duty  

First let’s define stamp duty charges; it is a tax like the income tax that is paid to the government while transferring the property on your name. This may not seem like an important step at the moment but is of great futuristic value. It acts like a proof of ownership in the court incase of any dispute later. 

To calculate the stamp duty charges applicable on your property visit https://eval.delhigovt.nic.in/. Enter the nearest sub-registrar zone in which the transacted property falls along with the type of locality, type of deed, name of sub-deed name and more. The stamp duty charges are calculated  based on the location category, consideration amount of the present transfer, land use, total area of the plot, total plinth area and year of construction.  

Step 3: 

Buy e-stamp paper 

Buy the e-stamp paper of the exact value as calculated previously. If your stamp duty charges are Rs. X, one is advise to buy an e-stamp paper of Rs. X from the nearest stock holding corporation of India. 


Step 4:

Pay registration fee

On going back to the home page, select the e-registration option and save the receipt for future use. Such documents are better stored well to avoid any confusion later in the future. 

Step 5:

Request an appointment

The sub registrar plays a very important role in registering a property anywhere in the country. To request an appointment

visit http://srams.delhi.gov.in/. While requesting an appointment you would need the e-stamp number for verification along with your district, area and the sub-registrar.

Step 6:

Visit the SRO office

Visit the SRO (sub-registrar office) at the given time and date along with the SMS you may have received on the registered phone number. On arrival present the documents requested at the facilitation counter. Lastly, on completing the process do not forget to collect the receipt.


Now you are a pro! It’s time you start the house registration process now and call the property you bought “you home”.