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Old 23rd June 2017, 10:47   #1996
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Need some help from the property experts here.

Location: Bengaluru.

So, we sold one of our flats (in another part of town) and purchased a new flat (in South Bengaluru). The old flat was in my dads name and hence the new one was also registered in my dad's name. Now my dad would like to add me as a co-owner. What is the likely procedure for the same ??? Do we have to make a new sale deed, pay stamp duty and registration again ??? Jayanagar sub-registrar is where this was done if it helps.

Need some advice as we wish to complete the formalities before 1st July.

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Old 23rd June 2017, 12:11   #1997
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Folks,

I need help in understanding GST effect on under construction properties.
I have booked an apartment in Pune last year and the possession will be around March 2019 as per the agreement. Till now, I have made around 40% payments to the developer. This includes 1% VAT and 4.5% service tax on each disbursement/payment.

Now from 1st July, GST will replace these taxes. After reading the related articles, my understanding is: for remaining payment (which is around 60% in my case), I have to pay 12% GST minus 1% VAT I've paid.

Going by this calculation, the total cost of the will increase sharply, unless I'm missing something.

Adding to the confusion, I read another news article wherein they've mentioned that the developer must pass the benefit of input tax credit to the consumer. It means I have to pay 12% GST minus 1% VAT minus whatever is the input tax credit to the developer.

So as of now, it's all confusing. Can anyone please help me clear this confusion?

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I need help in understanding GST effect on under construction properties.
I am also in the same boat and I am not an expert in this matter.
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...le19078598.ece

The above news item should give us some peace.
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One of my relative wants to relinquish his rights to the ancestral property. Before he goes to a lawyer, he wanted to be aware of few things :

1. Is this possible?
2. Can he go and get all the formalities completed on his own or should he do it along with his other siblings?
3. Any good lawyer to help in this. He resides in Bangalore and property is also in Bangalore only.

Any suggestions would be helpful?
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Need some help from the property experts here.

Location: Bengaluru.


Need some advice as we wish to complete the formalities before 1st July.

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It all boils down to what the is the intention of doing this.

1. IT related : then best would be to do a sale deed, but remember you will end up paying the prescribed stamp duty and also reflect the cashflows to complete the sale.

2. Non IT : Just get a Gift deed executed by your father in your name for relevant % share. This will save money on Stamp duty and also less headache. I would suggest this if you are the only child, else could lead to complications in the future.
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One of my relative wants to relinquish his rights to the ancestral property. Before he goes to a lawyer, he wanted to be aware of few things :

1. Is this possible?
2. Can he go and get all the formalities completed on his own or should he do it along with his other siblings?
3. Any good lawyer to help in this. He resides in Bangalore and property is also in Bangalore only.

Any suggestions would be helpful?
1. Definitely Possible
2. Depends on the case, it will be stronger if all your siblings are together.
3. PM me if you need some reference

Which part of Bangalore is your relative?
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I am in the process of doing agreement with my builder in Mumbai. The builder is a reputed one.

However, in the agreement, the builder is not adding the clause of compensation due to delay in the possession.

All my conversations with the builder team is going in vain.

What should be the next step on this ?

Also, can anyone refer me to any good real estate lawyer from Mumbai please ?
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I am also in the same boat and I am not an expert in this matter.
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...le19078598.ece

The above news item should give us some peace.
GST WILL definitely increase cost. Here is the calculation.

Pre GST:
Assume cost is 1 crore. Tax is 5.5% . Total cost to Customer is 1.055 crores.

After GST:
Cost is 95 lakhs. GST is 12%. Total cost to Customer is 1.064 crores.

An increase of Rs 90,000. I dont see where there is a deduction.
Am I missing something? Please help me understand

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Any suggestions for a 1 BHK/2BHK in a budget of 25 lakhs. I am looking at a property which is in the in a radius of 5kms in and around Bannerghatta main road (uptill IIBM/Gottigere), BTM, HSR. This is for myself and not for renting purpose.
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Need some help from the property experts here.

Location: Bengaluru.

So, we sold one of our flats (in another part of town) and purchased a new flat (in South Bengaluru). The old flat was in my dads name and hence the new one was also registered in my dad's name. Now my dad would like to add me as a co-owner. What is the likely procedure for the same ??? Do we have to make a new sale deed, pay stamp duty and registration again ??? Jayanagar sub-registrar is where this was done if it helps.

Need some advice as we wish to complete the formalities before 1st July.

Thanks in advance.


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I am in a similar situation where I need to add my wife to the sale deed of our current house. So far based on my enquiries with some local real estate experts and lawyers, it seems like a "Can't-do" situation. Apparently there is no procedure to add a name to an existing sale deed. I was advised to take the route of writing a will and assigning the house to her. There may be a way of selling it to the "other party" and then registering that sale with two co-owners but I didn't explore those options in my case. I may be misinformed but if you find any favourable information or anything different please let me know as well.
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Anyone looking to rent or broker a luxury flat in Bandra, Bandstand do PM me.

4 BHK+servants room with unobstructed sea view from all rooms, fully furnished & recently renovated flat that we are looking to lease. 2 car parks.
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I am looking for a 2/3 BHK flat in Bangalore. I found a 3BHK property in Bommasandra with all the necessary documentation for approx. 40 lakhs. It is at a distance of 4 kms from Hosur Road. Proximity to Hosur Road is a buying criteria for me.

There is one more property in Haralur Road and the builder is quoting 41 lakhs for the 2 BHK flat. Proximity wise it is almost the same distance from Hosur Road. The advantage with this flat is that it is located near to HSR 27th main. So, I assume that the appreciation of price will be more in this flat.

I am in a dilemma on which is a better choice to make between the two. 2BHK for now would suffice but thinking about the future 3 BHK is always be handy. I plan on staying in this accommodation for at least 10 years.

Can anybody advice?
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I am looking for a 2/3 BHK flat in Bangalore. I found a 3BHK property in Bommasandra with all the necessary documentation for approx. 40 lakhs.....
There is one more property in Haralur Road and the builder is quoting 41 lakhs for the 2 BHK flat.....
I am in a dilemma on which is a better choice to make between the two.... plan on staying in this accommodation for at least 10 years.
My first question to you would whether 2 BHK is sufficient for your current and future needs? If yes, then go for a 2 BHK in Haralur road as it is close to HSR and Sarjapur area but do check for the water supply in that area whether they depend on tankers or borewell water.

I assume you must have done proper verification about the builder and the property for both the flats.
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Bangalore guys - How is the real estate scene there as on date? I relocated to Kochi since 2012 but has retained some small investments in Bangalore real estate.

About an year back, market was pathetic while I checked if it makes sense to liquidate. Can someone throw light on the trend and whether it makes sense to hold real estate investments for another couple of years more.
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My first question to you would whether 2 BHK is sufficient for your current and future needs? If yes, then go for a 2 BHK in Haralur road as it is close to HSR and Sarjapur area but do check for the water supply in that area whether they depend on tankers or borewell water.
Water supply is a problem in this area. Have seen a lot of tractor laden water tankers doing their duties from May to Mid-July. The condition has improved due to recent rains.

2BHK is sufficient for our current needs. But the point is why not a 3BHK for a similar price? The Bommasandra builder checks out so far. Need to vet the Haralur Road one. Another point is that, Haralur road property is an year and a half old and still has a flat or two vacant. This looks shady to me, for in such a locality how can a flat go unsold for 1.5 years.
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