Latest Answer: You have to log in to KMC website and fill up the Self Assessment form and submit it. After that you will get the details of your property tax so that you can download or take a screenshot of your paid tax. Here am i giving you the sample of self assessment form. https://www.kmcgov.in/KMCPortal/downloads/SAF_Form.pdf
Latest Answer: You can also make online complain to HRERA in your respective state through RERA portal. In order to register RERA complaint in Haryana, you need to go to the HRERA website and on the home page, you will find a link for Complaint Registration. You need the following information in order to file a complaint under RERA - a) The registration number and address of the project, b) Complaint statement and 3) expected relief.
Q:Hi!I had bought an apartment in Asten Viveria at Thengod near Kakkanad.The project was promised to be complete by 2015 and was delayed by the builder.Now i.e. in October 2017, the builder is asking me to take over the apartment for which registration is incomplete, authority water and electricity is not completed and occupancy certificate from local authorities have not been obtained. Is the builder right in his claim to handover apartment without these legal or official documents? Can a aggrieved customer refuse to take over in such instances?Thanks
Latest Answer: No, do not take possession of flat in absence of completion and occupancy certificate. It will consider as illegal and some basic amenities will discontinue by the local body. A building, of which possession has been obtained without taking OC, can be demolished at anytime. If builder had completed building as per sanctioned plans completion certificate would be issued by the authorities.
Latest Answer: Hi Saurabh,
Mail the builder and ask for the registry of your property. If builder has failed to reply you within 15 days, take a hard copy of your mail with related documents and file a case against the builder in UPRERA. he has responsible to register your flat if you had paid the entire amount.
Latest Answer: Hi,
Dombivli East has a growing infrastructure. As far as I know this is due to its fast growing infrastructure and coupled of good amenities with affordability and growth potential. As such, the area offers good investment options for people who plan to invest here from a long term perspective. It also offers a decent rental yield for people looking to invest in rental accommodation.
The current residential property rate in the locality is Rs. 5200-6700 per sq-ft. One can expect appreciation up-to 5-7% annually.
Latest Answer: The balcony is right above the compound of the premises on all the sides. This is something i saw for the first time in the apartment buildings. Anybody, please advise on the setback issues and any future relevent deviations fine from the BBMP.
Latest Answer: There are many good areas like Whitefield, Hebbal, Bannergeta road etc. The prices are competitive here and you get what you pay. I myself live in Bannergeta and can tell you it is one of the best places to live in Bangalore. There are numerous properties here that would give you a flat that meets your criteria. Windchimes by Mahindra offers good flats in Bannergeta Area.
Latest Answer: Hi Shreyas,
Last year, i have bought my property in Kundanahalli, Bangalore from commonfloor property portal. It is one of the best property portals in Bangalore. Commonfloor is also consider as on of the best property site in Southern parts of India and still dominating.