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A. You can find all type of residential properties including apartments, villas and plots. Our listings also include everything from new, resale, ready to move in flats, under construction and upcoming properties.

A. Registration of a property includes necessary stamping and paying of registration charges for a sale deed and getting it recorded at the sub-registrar's office of the concerned jurisdictional area.

A. This depends on the location and the price purely. Once the house is on the market, it may take anywhere from four to six weeks to. If the location is not prime or issues arise such as negotiation, lack of exposure, or house conditions then the property can sit on the market for months.

A. The valuation process evaluates the market value of the property. Demand and supply forces operating in the market, as well as other factors like type of property, quality of construction, its location, the local infrastructure available, maintenance, are all taken into consideration before the market value is decided.

A. The price that a property can command in the open market is known as its market value.

A. An agreement of sale, coupled with actual possession of the property would be considered as a conclusion of the sale. Usually, the entire amount is paid at the time of handing over possession.

A. Early spring and summer, especially around June, is the best time to sell a home, because research shows that home sales in May, June, July, and August account for 40% of total annual sales volume.

A. Early spring and summer, especially June, is a great time to sell a home. Research shows that home sales in May, June, July, and August account for 40% of total annual sales volume.

A. As per Real Estate language, “Carpet Area” means the net usable floor area of an apartment, excluding the area covered by the external walls, areas under service shafts, exclusive balcony or veranda area and exclusive open terrace area, but includes the area covered by the internal partition walls of the apartment.

A. Land prices move up and that is up always. The easy availability of financing and high disposable income has led to a rise in land prices in urban areas in our country and even in certain rural areas.

A. Here are the list of documents required at the time of possession:
• All original chain of agreements form part of the title documents and must be obtained by the buyer.
• Do remember to obtain the original registration receipts and the original stamp duty receipts.
• A letter of possession duly witnessed by two witnesses confirming the physical handover of the premises.
• In case of a Society, the original share certificate together with all transfer forms duly executed.
• Proof of payment of all dues such as maintenance, electricity, phone, water, property taxes upto the date of handing over possession.
• A limited power of attorney from the Seller(s) authorizing the buyer(s) to sign all documents and applications etc. pertaining to the said premises.
• An NOC from the Society or other body confirming that they have no objection to the transfer.

A. Non- occupancy charges become applicable to be paid if the ownership has been transferred by the Society/builder to the owner but the flat/unit is lying vacant even when it is in a ready- to- move condition.

The original property document to be registered along with a copy is to be presented with the concerned Sub- Registrar by the Seller. Both Seller and the Purchaser are present before the concerned Sub- Registrar who admits the execution of the document.

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