[UPDATE] Real Estate Simplified: Stamp Duty and Registration Charges in Mumbai
Looking for an affordable property option in Mumbai? Time to move to the outskirts of the city to find better returns and more options within your budget.
April 05 2017+ Click Here To Read This Article
To push sagging sales, many reputed real estate developers have shrunk apartment sizes. Earlier when large sized apartments were in demand, a developer’s focus was only limited to big floor area but the slow sales pushed them to decrease the apartment sizes to balance the buyer’s needs and their own financial strength.
January 24 2017+ Click Here To Read This Article
The Akrama-Sakrama Scheme came into force in March 23, 2015. The owners now have an extended deadline and can still fill up the Akrama Sakrama application form for next four months. Akrama-Sakarama scheme provides for one-time regularisation of up to 50 per cent setback and floor space index (FSI) violations in case of residential constructions. In case of commercial buildings, the setback limit is kept at 25 per cent.
January 17 2017+ Click Here To Read This Article
PropGuide lists apartments in Mumbai which cost less than Rs 20 lakh. These apartments are ranked based on their liveability score.
November 08 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article
Service tax is payable only on property purchase directly from developers and is not required in case of resale property purchase as there is no service provided. VAT on Property is charged at the rate of one per cent of “agreement value” in Mumbai and Pune and five per cent in Bangalore. There is no VAT on under-construction properties bought in Noida-NCR, Chennai and Kolkata.
August 07 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article
With the number of high-rises growing in the country, it has become a difficult proposition for the buyers to choose the floor that suits their routine seamlessly. The choice depends on preferences and lifestyle needs. Here we list the factors that would help you with your choice.
August 04 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article