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RERA Benefits for NRI Buyers

After coming into force of Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) the Government also opened doors for more NRI investment in the Real Estate Sector. Earlier, the Non-Resident Indians [NRIs] use to think twice before investing in the Indian Real Estate market due to various reasons. But, today, RERA has become a reason for an increase [&hellip...

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Why Not To Buy A Property Without Completion Certificate?

There are a number of homebuyers who take the possession of the property even when the completion certificate has not been issued to the builder in respect of that property. But, should one really go ahead in such a case? The dilemma is not really worth it. A Completion certificate is a legal document that […]...

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RERA After 2 years of Implementation 

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development), Act, (RERA) came into effect from May 1, 2017 and recently marked its 2nd anniversary. 2 years after the RERA  was enacted, the implementation of the legislation intended to bring about transparency and regulate the highly unorganized real estate sector still remains a work in progress. The R...

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Real Estate And The Terminologies

Using deceptive terms to deceive home-buyers is a common practice in the real estate industry. The terms usually used by the developers in the Builder-Buyer Agreement can be tricky for those who don’t understand their actual meaning. Here are some of the important terms every investor/home-buyer in the real estate industry shall be awar...

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Benefit to Buyers Under RERA

The new legislation Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (known as RERA) was enacted with the aim of protecting the interest of the Real Estate sector and specially the buyers. Before this law was enacted real estate buyers were exploited by builder mafia in many ways like (a) property was never handed over to […]...

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