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What Is Stamp Duty In India?
Purchasing a house is one of the most planned decisions one needs to make. Apart from the monetary burden that comes with it, there are a lot of other things to understand and consider, especially if it is your first home ...
What Is Stamp Duty India

6 Home Loan Charges That You Should Know
Home loan just like any other loan type comes with its own set of costs other than the processing and interest rate charges and some of these applicable charges in fact escape the attention of the borrower. But when it comes ...
Home Loan Charges That You Should Know
Union Budget 2018: Realty Sector's Pre Budget Expectations
The construction sector is reeling under a sluggish phase hit by demonetisation, implementation of RERA and replacement of previous service tax and VAT by GST. In its pre-budget expectations 2018, the sector seeks some favorable sops by way of lowered GST ...
Union Budget 2018 Realty Sector S Pre Budget Expectations
How Is Property Tax Computed?
When a property is being purchased few one-time charges such as registration charges and stamp duty is payable and also as a recurring charge property tax is to be paid year after year. Primarily the property tax is payable ...
How Is Property Tax Computed
What is e-stamping?
Stamp duty in lieu of transactions such as a property sale or purchase; formation of a business agreement or a deed and others involving financial aspect is to be paid as a share to the government through the purchase of a ...
What Is E Stamping
What are Ready Reckoner rates for real estate?
Ready Reckoner (RR) rates are the rates on the basis of which stamp duty is collected from property purchasers (both commercial and residential property) by the Stamps and Registration Dept. The rates determined on an annual basis by the State ...
What Are Ready Reckoner Rates Real Estate
Different costs associated with stock exchange transactions
In a bid to simplify the procedure for opening the demat account, required to maintain securities in electronic form, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) recently replaced the earlier agreement document with a more simple term sheet and also ...
Different Costs Associated With Stock Exchange Transactions
SEBI waives stamp duty payment for opening demat account
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) through a notification earlier this week has replaced the existing contractual agreement to be signed between the depository participant and demat account holder with a more simple term sheet referred as 'Rights and ...
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