- March 31, 2020
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Identify the property you wish to purchase
Crosscheck of current market rates of property in the vicinity and last known transactions, current market trends.
Formulate commercial terms.
Distinguish between negotiable and fixed terms and conditions of the contract, eg. Price, payment schedule, time of completion etc.
Avail of services of Propmart for legal opinion, valuation or property related matters.
Check for clear titles of the property. Ask for photocopies of the all deeds of title related to the property to be purchased. Examine the deeds to establish the ownership of the property by seller, preferably through an advocate. Ascertain the survey number, village and registration district of the property as these details are required for registration of the sale. Previous encumbrances and loans, if any on the property must be cleared before completion of purchase of the property.
Finalise commercial terms of purchase of the property. Ascertain transfer fees, stamp duty and registration charges to be paid on purchase of the property.
Ascertain outgoings to be for the property i.e. property tax, water and electricity charges, society charges, maintenance charges.
Request Vendor to obtain, if applicable, consent, permission, sanction, no objection certificate of various authorities such as the (a) society (b) the income tax authority (c) Municipal Corporation (d) the competent authority under the Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act (e) any other authority.
If you are looking for loan for property purchase, contact financial institutions and ask for a pre approval letter, many options are available for loans. Propmart can also assist you for loan requirement.
Permanent Account Number of Vendor and Purchaser under Income Tax laws Payment of stamp duty on the formal agreement or document for transfer of the property, signing by both the Vendor and Purchaser and registration.
After payment of the entire sale price, take over legal possession of the property and check the receipt of original documents from the Vendor of the property.
Make sure that property holder’s name is changed in all related records, e.g. society, Electricity Company, municipal corporation, water supplying company…