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Expert: Pannkaj Ghadiali, Managing Partner at PC Ghadiali & Company LLP. Question: I paid an advance to purchase an apartment worth Rs 45 lakhs. Subsequently, the registration value was increased to Rs 66 lakhs by the State Government. I plan to buy the apartment jointly in the name of me and my son and register it in both our names. Since the apartment is being purchased by two individuals, what is the TDS amount that needs to be paid? Answer: 1% TDS applies to property worth Rs 50 lakhs or more than that. You will not be applicable to pay 1% TDS if the property is worth Rs 45 lakhs. TDS is applicable on actual consideration and not stamp duty valuation. Link: http://www.mbnow.in/property/videos/legal-tax/how-much-tds-do-we-need-pay-if-we-buy-property-jointly/30167 Be Un - Confused ...
Be Un - Confused : http://www.mbnow.in/property Expert – Jayesh Kariya, Tax Expert Question: I recently bought a property jointly with my wife. I have paid 1% TDS to the developer from my salary. Since this is a joint property, should both of us pay 0.5% TDS each or is it alright for one individual to pay the 1% TDS amount? Answer: It is important to decide on who is the economic owner of the house property. If the husband is the economic owner and wife is the joint owner for name sake, TDS may be paid by the husband @ 1%. If both the husband and wife are economic owners, the TDS liability is to be paid @1% in the ratio of its share in economic ownership.
In this video I briefly discuss some of the pros and cons of purchasing real estate with a friend or family member...can be a great to get in the market, can also be a disaster if you do this with the wrong person - be careful and choose wisely!
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If you are not used to doing them, property joint ventures can be daunting. Today, we look at the anatomy of a JV deal and at what someone new to them can do to make sure they survive their first one http://propertyinvestmentsuk.co.uk/survive-your-property-joint-venture-deal/ ------------------------------------------------- For More Information also have a look at: http://propertyinvestmentsuk.co.uk/ Or join me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PropertyInvestmentsUk Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+PropertyInvestmentsUK Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/propertyinvestmentsuk ------------------------------------------------- Interested in doing a property joint venture project with Property Investments UK? See: http://propertyinvestmentsuk.co.uk/invest-joint-venture...
The Competition Commission of India has sent notices to 20 developers to give explanations over reported cartelisation in their businesses. On Property India, we present to you a special report on how the builder lobbies over-charge customers and do not maintain enough transparency. Later, a panel holds a discussion on the need for regulators as well as the need for faster clearances and approvals for projects to help prevent hassles to builders as well as customers. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/property-india/property-india-abusive-clauses-of-bba/336189?yt
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When you have two or names on a real estate deed, what words come after those names can be important. When you are 'tenants in common' and one of the owners passes away, his or her share will pass according to his or her will. When you own the property as 'joint tenants with rights of survivorship' and of the owners dies, his or her share automatically passes to the surviving owner or owners. If the deed has 'his wife' or 'husband and wife', you are a tenancy by the entirely and automatically joint tenants with rights or survivorship. If there are no words after the names on the deed, then you are automatically tenants in common. I had a client, new client yesterday and she co-owned a piece of property with her dad and come to find out that dad has passed away and dad’s one half interest ...
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When owning a property as tenants in common you are advised to draft an agreement to set out your intentions between the joint owners. The main reason for this is that your share of the property is held on trust separately to the person you jointly own the property with. You need to think about: 1. How long are you going to be joint owners for? 2. What happens if one of you can’t afford the mortgage? 3. What will you do if one of you wants to sell and the other wants to stay? 4. What happens if one person has paid more of the mortgage repayments? 5. How much are you going to pay towards household bills? 6. What happens if you fall out and the relationship turns sour? 7. How to separate out a gift to a specific owner? Agreeing the principles to some of these fundamental questions at the ...
Our finance expert resolves some of your top home loan queries for the week, including joint loan, tenure eligibility and loan for leasehold property. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/the-property-show/residential-projects-starting-from-rs-30-lakh-in-mumbai-thane-navi-mumbai-and-pune/413561?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube