Greater Noida: The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA), on Wednesday, started a dedicated counter which will help homebuyers to get all the needed information about any builder which will help them in right investment. Officials said that the property buyers can visit the counter or call on the helpline number to fetch any required details.As per a senior GNIDA officer, the dedicated counter has been set up at authority’s office for buyers to get information such as allotment of lands, map approval, completion certificate etc. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderDeep Chandra, Additional Chief Executive Officer (ACEO), GNIDA said that the move will help prevent cheating of buyers by unregistered builders in unauthorized areas. “The new facility is aimed at curbing the sale of illegal properties in the city which is rampant these days and we advise them to cross check with the facts before buying any residential or commercial property. Through the new facility, a person can easily get all the property related details in which they want to invest and choose a trusted developer which will prevent them from getting cheated,” said Deep Chandra. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsFor this purpose, the authority has set up counter number 9 at authority’s office while a helpline number has also been circulated. “Buyers can get information related to the properties by registering their queries at the counter and by dialing – 0120-2336046,47,48 and 49. The authority will revert within three working days regarding the status and authenticity of the project,” he added. The officer further advised that the buyers must also cross check the details from the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) for which they can visit the website– www.up-rera.in. The authority, through an advisory, appealed people to avoid investing in illegal properties which can be available to them at cheaper rates and lucrative offers. The advisory further stated that if any person invests money in a property which is illegally constructed and is not authorised by the authority, he/she is responsible for the decision and the authority should not be blamed for this.