Although the stamp duty on sale deed is 5% of the transaction value in Pune, the Maharashtra government has announced reductions of up to 3% up to March 31, 2021

What is Stamp Duty?
Stamp duty is payable at the time of registration of a property. It is paid by purchasing stamp papers from the government treasury. This makes the title of ownership clear. The duty has to be paid in any case of transfer of ownership of a property.

What is the Current Stamp Duty that I am Paying?
In Pune, buyers have to pay 5% of the property value as stamp duty. However, due to the Coronavirus-induced slowdown, the Maharashtra government has announced a reduction in stamp duty rates by up to 3% till March 31, 2021. That means, you are saving 2% of the total cost of a home should you choose to register Your home before the 31st of March.

What advantages are available for Women buying Property?
The Maharashtra government, in its budget for 2021-22, announced a concession of 1% over the prevailing stamp duty rate on property transactions, if the transfer of house property or registration of sale deed, is done in the name of women. The announcement was made by deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, on March 8, 2021. Consequently, women buyers will now pay only 2% of the property value as the stamp duty.

What is the predicted increase in Stamp Duty?
Since the reduction offered was applicable only for seven months, the standard stamp duty rate will be reinforced from April 1, 2021. This means that You will pay the standard Stamp Duty of 5% for registrations made after the 31st of March 2021.

What are the savings I make if I choose to buy a Home at Ganga Legends County?
Till the 31st of March, Ganga Legends County offers a deal of a Lifetime!
You pay ZERO Stamp Duty, Registration, GST or legal fees. This results in Lakhs of Rupees of Savings!

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