Utility News: Now less money will have to be paid for the registry of flats constructed in multi-story buildings of Rajasthan Housing Board
Now it has become cheaper for the common man to register flats constructed in multi-storey buildings of more than four floors of Rajasthan Housing Board. Housing Commissioner Pawan Arora has given information in this regard today. He said that it has become cheaper for the common man to register the flats constructed in multi-storeyed buildings of more than four stories by the Rajasthan Housing Board. The stamp duty levied in the registry of flats constructed in multi-story buildings whose value is less than Rs 50 lakh has been reduced from 6 percent to 4 percent.
Pawan Arora said that orders in this regard have also been issued by the Finance Department on August 2. Along with this, the Finance Department has given separate concession in stamp duty for senior citizens (senior citizens) above 60 years of age in the case of flats and independent houses constructed in buildings up to 4 stories constructed by the Board.
Stamp duty for their registry from senior citizens will now be charged only 5 percent instead of 6 percent. Registration fees on these from senior citizens will also be charged only half percent instead of one percent.
Arora informed that with this exemption given by the State Government, registration of surplus houses and flats currently being sold by the Board through e-bid submission has become cheaper than before.