Author Archives: Venkat Chunduru

Resumes  Property Registration in Telangana

Registration of land, properties and vehicles resumed in Telangana with the extended relaxation hours coming into force in the ongoing lockdown from Monday.

The resumption of services came following the decision of the Cabinet to allow registration of lands, properties under the Stamps and Registration Department and vehicles registration under the Transport Department during the working days. Continue reading

State  government (TS) to crack whip on illegal land schemes

Cracking the whip for the first time on developers illegally selling undivided share (UDS) of land in realty projects, the Telangana State Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TS-RERA), on Thursday, said that such sales will attract severe punishment – up to 10% of the total project cost.

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Influence of GST on real property and home buyers

Among the many taxes that home buyers have to pay on property purchase is the Goods and Services Tax or GST on flats. Many changes have already been made in this tax regime, in a short span of time since it came into force in July, 2017. In this article, we examine the implications of the GST for real estate in general and home buyers, in particular.

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Regional Ring Road will boost Hyderabad Real Estate

Investments are steadily pouring in Hyderabad in the form of commercial ventures and global business companies. This has increased the real estate potential in Hyderabad to a greater extent. However, the growth and the development is restricted to the city owing to the infrastructural progress within the city limits that does not connect the neighbouring towns of Hyderabad. This lack of connectivity has made the Government realize that there could be certain problems in the future that might affect the socio-economic growth of Hyderabad. Continue reading

What is CIBIL Score and how to improve it?

What is a CIBIL Score and what factors affect my CIBIL Score?

CIBIL Score is a 3 digit numeric summary of your credit history, derived by using details found in the ‘Accounts’ and ‘Enquiries’ sections on your CIBIL Report and ranges from 300 to 900. The closer your score is to 900, the higher are the chances of your loan application getting approved. Continue reading