Calculate how increase in stamp duty in Noida/Greater noida may hurt your finances

The news of increase in stamp duty from 5% to 7% have sent jitters down the spine of home buyers in Noida/Greater noida region. There have been a number of queries to us related to the additional financial burden it will imply to the buyers while getting their registries done. To help clarify the same, we bring below the stamp duty calculator that shall be applicable provided this stamp duty hike to 7% actually come into force.

The loss is huge and one must push the builder to either pay for this hike or hope the notification itself is held back.

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  1. There are talks of discounts on basis of gender of allotees as is the case in other neighboring districts. Ghaziabad for instance has 7% stamp duty for male only allotees, 6.5% for male and female allotees and 6% for female only allottees. The same however has not been notified yet.
  2. For allotment on name of female alone, a discount of at least 10k is offered over above amount.
  3.  Other than the above stamp duty charges, a buyer also bears:a) ~22k as registration charge b) ~15k to 25k as lawyer/processing charges

Also check how much it would have costed at prevalent 5% stamp duty:

http://go4reviews.in/2015/08/alert-stamp-duty-changes-for-group-housing-flats-in-noida-and-greater-noida/

Comments/Feedback invited.

Last updated: April 2, 2016 at 14:32 pm

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Any update of registry fee hike?

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