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Latest Answer: Good afternoon Subhajit.....
Yes, there are few plots still available in Innox City, Rajarhat, Kolkata. These plots are available in 1440 sq-ft. corner plot @Rs.800/sq-ft. and 1800 sq-ft. road facinng @Rs. 390/sq-ft.
But before buying find out whether it is a agriculture plot or not. If it is a agriculture plot, then don't go for it. You will have to face a lot of problems in future.
Q:i want to purchase a flat in an ongoing project where prevailing circle rate is 4000/sqft. but builder is ready to book it @ 3700/sqft. do i or the builder have to pay capital gain tax or any other kind of tax. is it right to purchase a flat @ below the circle rate. pls. clarify.
Latest Answer: Hi,
Remember, you may buy and sell a property at any mutually agreed price but the fact is that when you go to register the said property in the office of the sub-registrar, you would find that the official, supposed to register your property deal, would compare the sale consideration as mentioned in the sale deed with the fair market value of the property. The rate so fixed is known as the “circle rate”. Now if the sale consideration as mentioned in the sale deed is lower than the circle rate, the stamp duty would be calculated as per the value prescribed for circle rate.
Q:Specifically, I want to know if the area is safe after dark, public transport options available to City Center 2 and to different parts of Kolkata, the complex management, whether postman delivers letters, building material quality. Basically, I want to understand how livable the area is.
Q:Hi,I have recently given up my Indian citizenship, and am planning to buy residential land in Kolkata. Problem is, the land has still NOT been converted from Shalee to Vaastu. The developer says it will be converted, and I have absolutely no reasons to NOT believe them. But I am a bit grey on the applicable rules, whether I can still go ahead and make a purchase, or I need to wait till the land is converted, and when the price is quite high, of course, to buy it.Can someone who is more aware let me know?