Hike in Collector rates – Property market in Zirakpur suffers Owning a property in chandigarh has become a costly affair as the collector rate and the fee for getting building plan approved has been hiked by the authorities. A common man who is thinking of owning a small residential house in this region is hit badly by the hiked collector rates. Imagine, before April 1st, 2011, owning a small six Marla (150 sq yards) plot could be accomplished with the payment of Rs 75,000 (as collector rates) as compared to Rs 1,35,000 today for the same. The buyer will have to also pay Rs 45,000 for getting approval for building plan. The information about the hike is drafted on the basis of categories focused on location, for example the location of the property in concern is on the main road, on the link road, their placement in the municipal limit of Zirakpur etc. Registration rates for the land on the main road have been increased from Rs 1 cr to Rs 3.5 cr per acre. Similarly, the land rates have been fixed at Rs 1.5-2 cr per acre for the inner parts of property in zirakpur. Collector Rates Zirakpur Property LocationsPrevious NEW Main Road ( Per acre)Rs 1 cr3.5 cr Agricultural Land in Inner parts ( per acre)Rs 1.5 crRs 1.5-2 cr Commercial Property ( per sq yard)Rs 9,000Rs 18,000 Residential plots in named colony ( per sq yard) Rs 5,000Rs 9,000 Independent residential plots ( per sq yard)Rs 4,500Rs 8,000 Building Map Fees Residential Plot SizePreviousNEW 50-125 sq yardsRs 80Rs 323 flat rate for all sizes 250 sq yardsRs 213 Commercial plots All sizes Rs 350RS 2,815
For commercial properties the rates have been increased from Rs 9000 to Rs 18,000 per sq yard. The rates in approved residential colonies have been increased to Rs 9000 from Rs 5000 and for residential sites without any name of the colony; the rate has been fixed at Rs 8,000 per sq yard.
Hiking and fixing a same cost for building map approval fees for all sizes of plots will have direct impact on the property owner of small residential houses as it was Rs 80 instead of Rs 323 per sq yard now. For commercial property, there is a substantial hike in the rates; it has been increased from Rs 350 per sq yard to Rs 2,815 per sq yard. According to property consultants, -an end customer / buyer in the region would opt for flats in developments instead of plots due to hike in collector rates and building map approval fees-.
If you need to rent commercial property in the West Midlands then you’ve got a lot of choice for areas to find property. The area has a rich history of industry and so many types of buildings are available, however, where ever you decide to rent, it is important that you ask your agent the right questions, so you understand everything about your rental agreement.
Who is responsible for what?Internal and external maintenance: Find out if it is you or the landlord who is responsible for wear and tear on the property, both internally and externally. Also try to find out what is classed as wear and tear.Meeting the standards: Find out if the building meets the standards for health, fire and safety and that it has any certificates you need. Also find out who is responsible for maintaining and checking these standards.Insuring the building: Find out if you’re responsible for the building as well as the contents insurance. It may be included in your rental fee.Getting the correct classification: Find out that the building your intend to rent has the right classification to run the type of business you intend.Disabled access requirements: Find out if it is you or landlord who is responsible for making sure the building meets the required standards.Your rent and what it coversWhen and how it’s paid: Find out when and how the rent should be paid. Also find out what happens if your payment is ever late.Your deposit: Find out how much your deposit is, but also the terms of claiming back your deposit at the end of your tenancy.What’s included: Find out what your rent covers, for example, business rates, site security, share facilities, cleaning services etc.Possible changes: Find out what possible rental reviews there will be in the future.The premises itselfRestrictions on usage: Find out if there are any restrictions on how you can use your building, for example, are you allowed to sublet.Access: Find out what access you have or don’t have, and whether this might restrict the running of your business.Security: Find out what security is available for the site and whether it’s up to standard and how it’s paid for.Ending your lease
Even though you’re just thinking about starting your lease, you need to think about when it ends too.Break clauses: Find out if you should break your lease early, what penalties are levied.What to do next
Now you know what questions to ask, it’s time to start contacting some agents to find soem West Midlands commercial property and see what’s available on the market.
Are you relocating to the Bangalore city and trying to find residential and commercial properties for rent? That’s good news because Bangalore is a wonderful city covered with plenty of green, has a great climate and offers a great diversity. Well, you can definitely manage to get a residential property for rent within your budget limits in Bangalore. The rental charges vary depending upon the locality where you want to rent a residential property, like in any other city.
But, there is only one hitch in taking a residential property for rent in bangalore. That is we must pay an advance rent of 10 months as a refundable deposit that carries no interest. It’s not really like that in the other cities like Hyderabad etc. This rule would be a minimal requirement when you want to find a commercial property for rent in bangalore . The rental agreement on a stamp paper agreed and signed by both the parties, is must even when renting a residential property and no need to mention when you rent a commercial property.
The rental charges for commercial properties mostly depend on the type of business activity rather than just the area of the property to be rented out. The other charges for water supply and maintenance are additional for both residential and commercial properties. The property owners usually get the initial rental agreement done for a minimum period of 1 year in both the cases.
You can find all kinds of office or residential space like high rise apartments, multistoried buildings or even individual houses in almost all the areas of Bangalore. There are plenty of ad magazines and online websites which publish the details of property listings directly given by the owners. So, you can easily manage to find a suitable residential or commercial property on your own saving that extra cost of engaging any individual middlemen. Happy renting!