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Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby ddamitav » Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:11 am

HI,

You must be aware that the Circle rate for Neharpaar has been fixed to Rs. 2100/- psf, that means we have to pay stam duty and registration fee on Rs. 2100/- and not on the booking amount.

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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby Rajesh » Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:04 am

Thanks! amitav. its a very useful information.

could you please also tell us what is the rate of stam duty on Rs. 2100 psf. ?
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby kittu » Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:36 pm

http://faridabad.nic.in/FBD_crates.pdf

In one of the site its mentioned

the original sale deed would happen at the price of purchase (as per agreement) while resale transactions would be registered at circle rate which is 2100 psf. the logic behind this is that the govt is not only aware of the market rate but also of the fact that people during resale transaction do not record the actual premiums in paperwork. hence without having any other system to track that they would register them on todays circle rate irrespective of when and what price the resale transaction took place. I again repeat it is a govt requirement for all projects and developer has no say, control or role into it. Source: http://www.indiaspaces.com/blogquestion ... mtid=26869

Does some one has more limpidity in this...
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby sunilkbansal » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:05 pm

Hi,

As circle rates again increased, does this mean even if we bought flat in 2007/2008/ 2009/ 2010or 2011, still we pay stamp duty on new circle rate Rs. 2300-psf or we pay on old rate of Rs. 2100 -psf to get registerd our property?

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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby mikesab » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:42 pm

sunilkbansal wrote:Hi,

As circle rates again increased, does this mean even if we bought flat in 2007/2008/ 2009/ 2010or 2011, still we pay stamp duty on new circle rate Rs. 2300-psf or we pay on old rate of Rs. 2100 -psf to get registerd our property?

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Original alottees pay the same rate but the ones bought in resale pay as per circle rates.
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby dhawan » Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:18 pm

does anyone know what would be the % for registration?
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpaar and Faridabad

Postby ddamitav » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:37 pm

mikesab wrote:
sunilkbansal wrote:Hi,

As circle rates again increased, does this mean even if we bought flat in 2007/2008/ 2009/ 2010or 2011, still we pay stamp duty on new circle rate Rs. 2300-psf or we pay on old rate of Rs. 2100 -psf to get registerd our property?

Regards,
Sunil


Original alottees pay the same rate but the ones bought in resale pay as per circle rates.


For resale property one need to pay the prevling rate at the time of registration.... for original booking it does not applicable.
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circle rate

Postby manunamdev » Fri May 31, 2013 11:15 am

Hi,
Can someone please tell me
1. What is the current circle rate of Omaxe Heights,Sec 86 area ?
2. What is the PIN code of this area?

Thanks,
Manu
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Re: circle rate

Postby vijayksharma » Fri May 31, 2013 9:33 pm

Circle Rate for all Greater Faridabad flats - 3000 PSFT
PIN Code 121002
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby nanuchawla » Mon May 26, 2014 3:25 pm

Hi All,

What is the present Circle rates in Neharpar Area & what is the registration charges?

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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby dheerajjain » Tue May 27, 2014 6:51 am

Currently, registration charges for Group Housing Societies in Greater Faridabad is very high @ Rs 4000/sq ft. Due to regular efforts of Fedration of Apartments Owners, rate is expected to be reduced by Rs 700/sq ft i.e. new rate at Rs 3300/sq ft.
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby nanuchawla » Tue May 27, 2014 10:01 am

dheerajjain wrote:Currently, registration charges for Group Housing Societies in Greater Faridabad is very high @ Rs 4000/sq ft. Due to regular efforts of Fedration of Apartments Owners, rate is expected to be reduced by Rs 700/sq ft i.e. new rate at Rs 3300/sq ft.


Thanks Dheeraj Ji,

But Piyush Group is saying that Circle Rate is Rs. 4500.

What is the registration charges?

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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby dheerajjain » Wed May 28, 2014 6:20 am

Piyush Group represents bunch of Thieves and Gangsters who extort money from buyers. Don't believe them
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby naveenarichwal » Sat Aug 16, 2014 8:46 pm

Circle rates beat market prices, hit realty sector

NEW DELHI: Imagine buying property and paying stamp duty far higher than the deal entails because the circle rate is much more than the market price? Many buyers in Delhi NCR — in New Friends Colony, Kalindi Kunj and parts of Noida for instance — and in smaller cities like Bhopal are doing exactly that as a piquant situation has emerged in the subdued realty market.

With market rates being far lower than circle rates — when the opposite is usually true — in these places, the buyer has to pay stamp duty on an amount higher than the price he has paid for the property, drawing the taxman's attention to both buyer and seller in such deals.

Property consultant Sachin Garg, who is based in New Friends Colony, says there's hardly been any transaction in the past one year when the market price has been higher than the circle rate. The circle rate in New Friends Colony is Rs 6.45 lakh per square yard against the prevailing market price of around Rs 5 lakh.

So, if one were to buy a 300 sq yd property in the colony, the cost is around Rs 15 crore at Rs 5 lakh per sq yard. But according to the circle rate, the price works out to Rs 19.35 crore. The buyer is therefore forced to pay a stamp duty of 6% on the far higher circle rate — in other words, shelling out Rs 26.10 lakh extra.

In Bhopal, on the other hand, builders are launching projects in the affordable range — around Rs 2,200 to Rs 2,700 per sq ft — while the circle rates are in the region of Rs 2,400-Rs 3,300 per sq ft.

CMD of Raksha Builder Vipin Goel says this not only forces the buyers to pay a higher stamp duty but also brings them under the scrutiny of the income tax (I-T) department. I-T officials allege that the difference between the circle rate and the market value is the project developers' black income and raise a tax demand at the rate of 33.99% on the difference, says Goel. The buyer too faces a tax demand as the taxmen believe he or she must have paid the difference between the circle rate and market value in black.

Goel says this hassle has prompted many buyers to postpone their purchases, in turn affecting the realty sector adversely.The Cushman and Wakefield consultant says there are procedures to contest the tax demand — which will require buyer and seller to hire tax lawyers and spend time in pursuing the case — but there is no escape from paying stamp duty on the circle rate.

A senior stamp duty collecting official in Delhi says most of the current circle rates were fixed when the prevailing market rate was much higher. For instance, when the circle rate of Rs 6.45 lakh was fixed in New Friends Colony, the market rate was around Rs 8 lakh. The department is likely to review circle rates soon, he adds. In Noida, however, despite market rates in various locations being lower than the circle rate, the government increased the circle rate by 10% last week.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/busi ... 312374.cms
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Re: Circle Rate For Neharpar and Faridabad

Postby dheerajjain » Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:09 pm

Height of Govt. Loot. In Greater Faridabad, market prices hover around Rs 3000 per sq ft but Govt rate is Rs 4000 per sq ft.
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