Saturday, March 4, 2017

Owning a House Becomes Easier for Army Personnel

    Press Information Bureau 

Government of India
Ministry of Defence

03-March-2017 16:59 IST

1. Army personnel by virtue of deployment in remote areas find it extremely difficult to invest time in buying a good house, therefore, to fulfill this essential need and meet the aspirations, AWHO has come up with a pragmatic business model called the ‘Private Industry Collaborative Business Model’ which will facilitate acquiring houses from reputed private builders at discounted prices for Army personnel & Veer Naris. A Pilot Project is being undertaken in Delhi/ NCR and based on its success, similar ventures will be executed in other locations.

2. Major advantages of this concept are detailed market research to identify the most suitable builder/ project, negotiations for price reduction, due diligence and buyer friendly terms & conditions. Prop Equity, a leading Real Estate Data & Analytics Consultant firm has been selected after a prolonged process to undertake the facilitation process forward.
3. This historical MoU was signed by Lt Gen Rakesh Sharma, UYSM, AVSM, VSM, Chairman (Ex-Officio) AWHO and Mr Samir Jasuja, MD, Prop Equity Analytics on 3rd Mar 2017
Col Aman Anand
PRO (Army)



  1. I appeal and request all exservicemen.please do not get cheated by these kind of mercy less agents.These are like any other private agencies who do business not to serve poor veterans but to earn huge profit

  2. See the fate of afnhb projects.Its all to favour builders and earn commission I request not to fall prey to these people.Instead you can directly approach a reputed builder.

  3. Absolutely don't be praying to any private. Why didn't the government itself take initiative

  4. Yes, really very correct message to military personnel

  5. I request all you not to buy any flat/villa from any AWHO Turn key projects as there is no TRANSPARENCY.MOD thought is excellent but execution on ground it is totally different.