Monday, June 2, 2014

Saket Callipolis Apartments for sale Located at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 3BHK Apartments.

Saket Callipolis Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1719-2267 Sq.ft, Located at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 3BHK Apartments.

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Description:
 
Saket callipolis is an exceptional home with an exceptional address covering an extent of 2 Acres and 23 Guntas situated right opposite to the Wipro Campus on the Sarjapur Main Road, Bengaluru. Saket Callipolis occupies a coveted niche in a neighborhood that hosts some of the biggest names in the technology, finance and corporate words.

The hub of contemporary Bangalore and the gleaming new vision of the city, with vast IT parks, malls and hotels, Sarjapur is enveloped by tremendous potential and exciting possibilities for prosperity neighborhood is compellingly placed, reaching right across to Electronic city on one side and Whitefield on the other. Koramangala is just a short drive away and the ORR allows easy connectivity to the International Airport and strategic points across the city.

Living at Saket Callipolis means home, Work Convenience shopping and recreational needs can happily co-exist. Walk or cycle to work, and given that you are in a neighborhood that hosts virtually everything you need from educational institutions, malls, multiplexes, healthcare to dining options ,You can rest assured of enjoying more with your family.
An Active Lifestyle.

An Indulgent Escape

Saket Callipolis is more than a mere cluster of apartment, it’s a life style habitat for the sophisticated. There is enough to energies you or let you soak up the leisure at the club house spread across the carefully manicured landscape the indulgent, exquisitely appointed haven of relaxation with luxurious activities is designed keeping in mind the everyday stresses of urban living
 
Amenities:
 
Swimming Pool and Toddler Pool
Fully Equipped Cardio and Weight Gymnasium
Multi Purpose Hall With Pantry
Squash
TV/Home Theatre Room
Barbeque
Sun Deck
Billiards
Table Tennis
Chess and Carrom
Foose Ball
Cards Table and Board Games
 
 
After Purchase of Property What Next ?

The activities to be undertaken by the purchaser of immovable property can be broadly classified into: Pre-registration and Post-registration activities.

Pre-registration requirements:

Pre-registration activities involve identifying the location of the property, ascertaining the valid and marketable title of the Vendor, Legal scrutiny report, Mode of payment, Sale Agreement, etc. Before registration of the sale deed, it is very important to verify all the relevant documents in original, in order to rule out subsistence of any kind of bank mortgages or encumbrances.

As the purchase of a property involves investment running into lakhs of rupees, availing the services of an Advocate having sufficient experience in property transactions would immensely help the intending purchaser in protecting his right, title and interest in the property.

Post-registration requirements:

Post registration activities are the steps to be undertaken by the purchaser after registration of the sale deed. There are certain requirements to be fulfilled in order to get valid title and to exercise ownership over the immovable property by the Purchaser. The following are the essential activities required to be carried out by the purchaser:

1. To obtain Original Documents: The first and foremost activity to be performed by the purchaser is to obtain original documents of title from the seller and compare them with the xerox copies, which the purchaser’s advocate would have scrutinized. If the advocate calls for other original documents or certified copies, ensure production of the same. It is always advisable to apply for certified copies of the sale deed.

2. Encumbrance Certificates: It is also necessary to register the application for updated encumbrance certificate in the Sub-Registrar office on the day of registration itself, which shall be from the date of entering into an agreement to the date of execution of sale deed.

3. Possession of property: Physical Possession of the property is of vital importance. It is advisable to inspect the property a day ahead of registration to make sure that the property is as per the sale agreement. One of the clauses to be incorporated in the sale agreement is that the Vendor shall hand over vacant possession of the property and the purchaser shall receive all the keys of the property at the time of registration. If need be, one may change the main door lock itself.

In case of vacant sites, it is necessary to put up a display board with the wordings “This property is owned by………….. Trespassers will be prosecuted”. Fencing of sites or putting up compound walls, though expensive, is preferable. Periodical visits to the site are a must to detect any kind of encroachment.

4.    Transfer of Khatha and Khatha Extract of the property: After registration of the sale deed, the purchaser must ensure that the Khatha in the records of the local bodies like Gram Panchayath, CMC or the City Corporation is transferred in his name. For such transfer, it is necessary that both the buyer and the seller have to sign the application for transfer of Khatha, which is done simultaneously while signing the sale deed. This is necessary to avoid unnecessary disputes and complications in future.

Duly filled Khatha transfer applications have to be presented before the concerned office, along with a copy of the sale deed and receive necessary acknowledgement.

At the time of execution of sale deed, the Vendor has to sign the following documents:

-> Khatha transfer application,

-> Letter for transfer in favour of the purchaser of Statutory deposits for electricity meter, 

-> Letter for transfer in favour of the purchaser of Statutory deposits for water, sanitary connection, 

-> In case of second hand sale of apartment, letter for transfer of Apartment Membership and Corpus fund has to be obtained by the purchaser from the seller.

The following is the procedure involved for transfer of Khatha:

-> To present an application in the prescribed form in the office of the City/Town Municipality or Corporation having jurisdiction along with the supporting affidavit giving all particulars required in the application. In the affidavit, it is necessary to declare that you are the present owner.

-> To enclose certified copy of the sale deed with the latest tax paid receipt of the property.

-> To furnish Khatha Certificate in the name of your Vendor.

-> The sketch showing the locality giving particulars of the ward or zone, name of the street, etc and deposit the fee fixed.

Local bodies transfer Khatha in the name of the Purchaser after collecting a transfer fee, which is generally 2% of stamp duty paid on the sale deed and issue written confirmation of transfer in the name of the purchaser. While transferring the Khatha, local bodies, re-assess the property and issue assessment notice in the name of the Purchaser. Further, tax paid receipt should be in the name of the new owner.

For the properties coming within the jurisdiction of BMP, Computerized Khatha Certificate and Khatha Extract will be issued. Khatha Certificate is an authenticated document to prove the ownership and possession of a particular person over the immovable property. While Khatha Extract reflects the actual sital area and built up area, if the building is existing. Further, property tax required to be paid will also be reflected in the Khatha Extract, which will be arrived at after reassessment.

5. Building License and Plan: If you are intending to make material alterations or proposing to construct a new building on the property acquired by you, it is necessary for you to get the license and plan approved the local bodies within whose jurisdiction your property falls. This can be obtained only after depositing the prescribed fees. In order to get the License with approved plan from the authorities, the Khatha of the property must stand in your name in the revenue records of the concerned local body and up-to-date taxes ought to have been paid. The normal procedure for securing License with approved building plan is to obtain 10 sets of blue prints of plans from licensed architect/building engineer.

Construction has to be commenced after the license is obtained and should be completed within 2 years from the date of obtaining the license and approved plan, which will be stipulated in the Plan itself. However, you can get an extension if the construction could not be completed within the stipulated period. Once the construction of the new building is finished, you must get such a house/building assessed afresh and pay taxes as determined by the concerned revenue authorities.

6. Power connection: After Khatha is transferred in the name of the present owner, the present owner has to ensure as to whether the statutory payments/deposits in respect of the property including the electricity charges are paid within the stipulated time. If fresh or new electricity connection is to be obtained, it is essential to enlist the services of the Licensed Contractor. The amount of deposit to be made depends upon the requisitioned load or number of kilowatts required. In case the property is already serviced with electricity, an application has to be presented by the Purchaser in the prescribed form before BESCOM or other competent authorities having jurisdiction, enclosing an affidavit declaring that you are the present owner and by filling up the particulars required in the application along with the consent letter of the previous owner for such transfer. Subsequently, the electricity meter will be transferred in the name of the Present Owner.

7. Water and Sewage connection: The purchaser should also verify the statutory payments/deposits made by the previous owner and collect such deposit receipts from the seller. For fresh connections, it is desirable to enlist the services of a qualified plumber. In case your property already has water connections, then same procedure as required for change of power connection has to be followed. However, the documents are to be presented before the concerned authority.

9. Corpus Fund and Club Membership: If the purchaser is intending to purchase an apartment, it is also necessary that the vendor has to issue a letter for transfer of corpus fund and club membership in the name of the purchaser.
10. Bank Loan:In case the purchaser wants to avail bank loan then the purchaser is required to deposit all the relevant title documents in original with the Bank and obtain endorsement to that effect from the concerned Bank. However, it is advisable to keep zerox copies of such documents intended to the deposited in the Bank for personal records.

Thus, mere execution of the sale deed does not automatically confer the title in favour of the purchaser. A person can enjoy legal and peaceful possession and enjoyment of the property only after the post-registration activities are completed.   
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