Ministry Nod to Jewar International Airport brings Good News for Noida Real Estate

Living in Noida and having a job that requires you to travel to other countries quite often can be a frustrating combination. The only airport of Delhi- Indira Gandhi International Airport- is an hour and a half long drive. Commuting to and fro from a distance so far is really hectic. But it would no longer be a problem.

The ministry has finally given a nod to the new international airport Jewar in Greater Noida. The plan was passed much before but it was stalled due to regulatory delays. But now the same has been resolved. The land has been occupied and the construction work for the airport will be started soon enough. This is a good news for those living in Noida and Greater Noida as well as for the real estate industry in general.

Jewar is located along Yamuna Expressway which is a 165 km long stretch connecting Greater Noida to Agra. The infrastructure around the area has already started to reach the next level and this kick-start is due to the airport announcement. The extended surroundings of Greater Noida will also witness new launch of residential and commercial properties. [Read more…]

Circle Rates and Property Prices: All You Need to Know

The property prices in an area are affected by a number of factors. One such factor is the Circle Rate. Circle rates are determined by the revenue department or development authorities of the state government and are known by the name of ‘Ready Reckoner’ in Mumbai and ‘Guidance Values’ in Karnataka. It can be defined as the minimum price at which a residential or commercial property, plot or a built-up structure can be sold or transferred.Circle Rates and Property Prices: All You Need to KnowBasically, the circle rates are set to define the amount of stamp duty one has to pay to the government on a property transaction. When the government publishes the Circle Rates officially, it becomes the minimum floor price. This is considered as the minimum price because if the property is sold below the set reference rates the difference is seen as black money by the income tax department. Hence, neither the developers sell below this rate nor do the buyers purchase below it. [Read more…]