Buying a house is a tedious, worrisome process, and it's not just financing that we are talking about. There are several things one needs to check: Is the title clear? Is the structure sound? Have all relevant regulations been followed? It's cumbersome and time-consuming. Now, however, your problems can be eased if you buy a property in the National Capital Region.
New Delhi-based Top Mortgage Brokers (TMB) has launched Proceed, a service that evaluates a property and provides a detailed analysis of its legal and technical aspects.
This is aimed at minimising the chances of fraud or misrepresentation of facts. The brokerage will verify the ownership, title documents, built-up area and carpet area, check if the property meets all the legal and regulatory requirements and has acquired all relevant approvals. This will also help assess the appreciation potential of a property.
To avail of this service, you will have to pay Rs 9,999 if the property is located in Delhi and Rs 6,999 if it's in the NCR. "The difference in fee is due to the variation in charges for accessing government records," says Rajul Shrivastava, director, TMB.
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