What is Grrow Property Management?

Grrow Property Management is a fastest growing Real Estate Consultancy Company and the dynamic venture, which is being launched by the leadership of Grrow Property Management, which was launched in the month of April 2016. While, Grrow Property Management has been operating since 2007, the leaders at the company wanted to improve and refine their existing services to cater to the requirements of their customers, which prompted them to set up Grrow Property Management.

Grrow Property Management has digitised itself to offer best in class, prompt and quality services to its customers by using its highly innovative consultancy/service models. The company is now looking to offer end to end solutions to buyers and sellers through their website. Grrow Property Management caters to the requirements of its clients in numerous areas including commercial sector, residential projects, commercial leasing, resale projects and Turnkey Solutions.

Is Grrow Property Management a subsidiary of Grrow Property Management?

Grrow Property Management is a subsidiary of Grrow Property Management. Though, it is an entirely new venture under the umbrella of Grrow Property Management, launched with the purpose of offering exceptional, quick and end-to-end turnkey solutions to its clients in the real estate space.

Grrow Property Management was launched after the owner of the company resolved to use his expertise and knowledge from the mortgage industry to meet and satisfy the needs of buyers in the real estate sector. The company dealt with the recent problems and issues of the customers in the real estate sector, which further enabled them in becoming the premium channel partners of some of the leading real estate developers in the country including DLF Limited, Vatika Limited, Tata Housing, M3M India Limited, Godrej Properties, Conscient Infrastructure, Eldeco Properties and Mahindra LifeSpaces among others.

Turnkey Solutions at Grrow Property Management

Our turnkey solutions are all about delivering exceptional quality, value and services to our clients, which further enables them in managing their projects and delivering excellent services to the customers in the real estate segment. We offer a comprehensive range of property consulting, leasing and buying services to property buyers, which allow them to make the right real estate investments, and decisions. Our customised software is designed to help our clients manage their properties and office related procedures well. We will aid our customers by providing them excellent property consultancy, mortgage and planning services.

Where Grrow Property Management is located?

Grrow Property Management, leading real estate consulting and mortgage planning company which is centrally located in the city of Gurgaon, Haryana in India. Please visit us for a cup of coffee and discuss the possibilities we can shake hands together.

What is the list of documents that you should verify before booking a property?

List of documents -

  • Confirm the approved plans from the appropriate authority are in place.
  • Check that all other permissions from various authorities are in place.
    E.g. LOI, License, Building Plans, Environment clearance, Airport Authority, etc.
  • Confirm that the Land title is clear and there is no disputes/litigation (Title Certificate).
  • Have the agreement evaluated by an Advocate. Check possession date promised and provide for penalty if Builder does not deliver as agreed.
  • Check and negotiate the payment schedule.-
Due diligence before buying a resale property?
  • Check for a duly stamped registry
  • Ensure no dues are accorded to the builder/Authority
  • Check for seller’s name in municipal/Authority records
  • Confirm seller’s membership in the society/Authority (if formed)
  • Ensure there are no pending bills, charges or taxes
  • Make sure that the property is mortgage free( Not mortgaged with any Bank/NBFCs/Private Financed)
  • Sanctioned Building Plan (to ensure no unauthorized construction)
  • Previous title documents (that chain of title is complete).
Basic Documents given by the Builder in Direct Allotments ( Original Bookings)?
  • Xerox of Duly filed, signed application form for your records with acceptance and duly signed and stamped from the developer/owner.
  • Allotment letter
  • Payment Receipts for the payment made till date.
  • Executed Builder Buyer Agreement.
  • Possession Letter( Given at the time of Possession)
Difference Between Conveyance Deed, Title Deed and Sale Deed.

Conveyance Deed

The word conveyance means the transfer of ownership or interest in real property from one person to another by a document, such as a deed, lease, or mortgage. In India, transfer of property or rights in immovable property is governed by the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. For the transfer of any immovable property or rights in immovable property, it is necessary to execute a conveyance deed.

Title Deed

A title deed is a document that proves the right of a person to an immovable property. A person can acquire an immovable property by various means and a properly stamped and executed document evidencing the transaction is a title document. For example a sale deed, a release deed, a relinquishment deed, a gift deed, a family settlement deed, a partition deed, a will all are evidence of how a person has acquired an immovable property and may be called title deeds.

Sale Deed

A sale deed, also called a “conveyance”, is a document which transfers immovable property be it land or a house, flat, office or other structure to another person. In almost all cases, the sale deed must be registered compulsorily except in the case of resale of units in existing cooperative societies where the state law grants a specific exemption from registration. Regardless, all sale deeds are liable for stamp duty and the rates vary from state to state. Also the duty depends upon various factors, such as age of building, location and type of unit and so on.

What is a Building Completion Certificate?

A building completion certificate is the final document granted by the plan sanctioning authority and usually follows the occupancy certificate. This document certifies that all acts necessary in connection with the construction of a building are complete.

What is an Occupancy Certificate?

An occupancy certificate is granted by the plan sanctioning authority once the building is complete and ready for Inhabitation. In some places, an official water connection is granted only after the OC has been obtained. This document is given after verification that the construction has been carried out in accordance with the approved plans. The builder is not entitled to give possession and the unit buyer is not allowed to occupy the unit till the OC has been obtained. Further, the property comes into existence on and from the date of granting of OC. Property taxes are also levied as a unit from the OC date.

How to register your property?

A building completion certificate is the final document granted by the plan sanctioning authority and usually follows the occupancy certificate. This document certifies that all acts necessary in connection with the construction of a building are complete.

What is Power of Attorney?

Power of Attorney is the right/authorization given by a property- owner to someone through whom the owner transfers the power and rights to deal with the Property to his/her chosen power of attorney. A power of attorney can be either a co-owner of the property, a blood- relative of the owner or any other person not related to that property or the owner.There are two types of power of attorney that can be granted namely ‘General Power of Attorney’ wherein a property owner gives ‘general’ rights to his/her chosen attorney. These include but are not limited to sell, lease, sub-lease etc. the Property as the Power of Attorney deems fit. The other type is ‘Special Power of Attorney’ wherein only a ‘special’ or ‘specific’ right is given by the owner to his/her chosen Power of Attorney.

What are the taxes that need to be paid at the time of property purchase?

The buyer needs to pay the following taxes at the time of registering the property:

  • TDS or tax deduction at source on amount exceeding Rs 50 lakhs for the purchase of immovable property excluding agricultural land. The TDS must be submitted in the name of the seller.
  • Stamp duty on registration
  • Service Tax is applicable if the property is being purchased from the builder who conceived and constructed the project before offering possession to the buyer. If a ready-to-use property is purchased from the seller then service tax is not applicable.
  • Value Added Tax (if applicable in the state)
What are the prevailing rates of different property taxes to be paid?

TDS- 1% on the amount exceeding Rs 5o lakhs Stamp duty depends on the state and municipal lawss.

Service tax- 14.50% if the property is being developed by a builder/developer as a service for buyers. ( Rates are revising .50% from June 1st'16. New Rate will 15% from 1st June 2016 onwards.

What is TDS or tax Deduction at source on sale of property?

A new section 194IA has been inserted in the Income-tax Act, 1961 by the Finance Act, 2013. It provides for tax deduction at source on transfer of certain immovable property other than agricultural land of Rs. 50 lakh or more.

As per this new provision, any person, being a transferee responsible for paying to a resident transferor by way of consideration for transfer of immovable property other than agricultural land, shall at the time of credit of such sum to the account of the transferor or at the time of payment of such sum in cash or by issue of a cheque or draft or by any other mode, whichever is earlier, is required to deduct an amount equal to 1 percent of such sum as income-tax thereon specially when the value of the immovable property is Rs. 50 lakh or more.

How TDS on property is calculated?

In terms of calculating the cost on which TDS needs to be calculated, everything paid to the seller in consideration for property is considered i.e.

  • Basic cost
  • Parking
  • Fire-fighting equipment
  • Electrification, wiring expenses etc.

Anything paid to the third parties or other authorities are excluded

  • Stamp duty
  • Registration fees
  • Any payments to government authorities.
  • Taxes charged by the builder

In case a ready property is being purchased from an end user, then everything paid to the seller in consideration for the property as per the agreement-to-sale is considered.

What are Grrow Property Management Gains on sale of Property?

The income tax rules define gain in two broad categories; namely short term Grrow Property Management gain (STCG) and long term Grrow Property Management gain (LTCG). Any gains arising by selling a property after holding it for 3 or lesser number of years, is short term Grrow Property Management gain. Any gains arising by selling the property after holding it for more than 3 years comes under long term Grrow Property Management gain.

For short term Grrow Property Management gain, the Grrow Property Management gain from asset is added to the investor’s income and taxed as per the income tax slab they fall under.

For long term Grrow Property Management gain, tax liability is determined based on indexed cost of acquisition and improvement. Indexation is a concept, which factors inflation in its calculation by using a factor called cost inflation index (CII).

How can NRIs invest in Real Estate in India?

According to the regulations of FEMA and RBI, an NRI is allowed to do the following investments in property:

  • Any immovable property can be purchased by an NRI in India other than any agricultural land, farm house and plantation property.
  • He can get any immovable property as mentioned above by gift from Indian resident, Indian citizen residing outside India or person of Indian origin.
  • He can transfer immovable property to any resident of India by sale.
  • He can transfer any agricultural land, farm house or plantation land to any resident of India by gift.
  • He can also transfer his residential or commercial property by means of gift to any person either residing in India or abroad or person of Indian origin.
How to conduct Pruchase procedure?

A sale agreement must be drawn on a Rs 50 stamp paper, which will mention the final amount, advance payment, time limit to pay the due amount and details of installments.

Once the sale deed is completed, you need to get it registered at the sub-registrar or Sub-District Magistrate. The overseas buyer’s foreign address has to be mentioned in the sale agreement. He can appoint a representative in India (with a power of attorney) to act on his behalf. The power of attorney should be notarised with the Indian consulate in the buyer’s country of residence.

The property can be registered in the name of the NRI and the holder of the power of attorney can sign on his behalf by producing a copy of the document to the appropriate authorities.

What to check before buying a property in India?

Few points of consideration are under:

Property name:

The name of property should be clear from issues and the seller should have the required right to sell it, especially if it is inherited or any joint property.

No Dues Certificate:

Always check that there will be no outstanding electricity/water bills or any other authority dues pending with the property. Take a no dues certificate from the seller at time of purchase.

Bank release letter:

It is advisable to take the bank release letter from the concerned bank, if the property had been mortgaged as security in any type of loan.


The property of sale should have all approvals and permits from the civic authorities in terms of construction.

What are the sources to finance the purchase of property in India?

The payment for purchase of permitted property by an NRI can be made by way of remittance through banking channels from abroad or from money lying in their NRE/NRO or FCNR account. The money for purchase of the permitted properties has to come only through banking channels hence the payment cannot be tendered in the form of traveler’s cheques or foreign currency.

NRIs are even allowed to finance the purchase with home loan in Indian Rupees. The home loan can be granted by the Indian employer of the NRI employee for the purpose of financing of the property.

Are NRI/PIO/OCI eligible for Housing Loans to buy property from the Indian Banks/ NBFCs?

An authorised dealer or a housing finance institution in India approved by the National Housing Bank may provide housing loan to a non-resident Indian or a person of Indian origin residing outside India.

For acquisition of a residential accommodation in India, subject to the following conditions, namely:

  • The quantum of loans, margin money and the period of repayment shall be at par with those applicable to housing finance provided to a person residing in India.
  • The loan amount shall not be credited to Non-resident External (NRE)/Foreign Currency Non-resident (FCNR)/Non-resident non-repatriable (NRNR) account of the borrower.
  • The loan shall be fully secured by equitable mortgage by deposit of title deal of the property proposed to be acquired, and if necessary, also be lien on the borrower’s other assets in India.
  • The installment of loan, interest and other charges, if any, shall be paid by the borrower by remittances from outside India through normal banking channels , i.e., NRO/NRE account in India or out of rental income derived from renting out the property acquired by utilization of the loan or by any relative of the borrower in India by crediting the borrower’s loan account through the bank account of such relative (The word ‘relative’ means ‘relative’ as defined in section 6 of the Companies Act, 1956.)
  • The rate of interest on the loan shall conform to the directives issued by the Reserve Bank of India or, as the case may be, the National Housing Bank.
  • A maximum of 80 per cent amount is financed by the financial institution. The rest should be given by the NRI.
  • The NRI has to repay his principal amount as well as interest part from that similar channel only.

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