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Generally the documents required to processing your loan application are almost similar across all the banks, however they may differ with various banks depending upon specific requirement etc. Following documents are required by financial institutions to process the loan application:

  • Age Proof
  • Address Proof
  • Income Proof of the applicant & co-applicant
  • Last 6 months bank A/C statement?
  • Passport size photograph of the applicant & co-applicant
  • Salaried Individuals
  • Salary slip/Form 16 A.
  • A photocopy of the first and last pages of Ration card or copy of PAN/Telephone/Electricity bills.
  • A photocopy of Investments (FD Certificates, Shares, any fixed asset etc. or any other documents supporting the financial background of the borrower.
  • A photocopy of LIC policies with the latest premium payment receipts (if any).
  • Photographs (as applicable).
  • A photocopy of bank statement for the last six months.

Self-Employed/Businessmen

  • A brief introduction of Business/Profession.
  • Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss account and statement of income with Income Tax returns for the last 3 years certified by a CA.
  • A photocopy of Advance Tax payments (if applicable).
  • A photocopy of Registration Certificate of estatblishment under shops and Establishments Act/Factories Act.
  • A photocopy of Registration Certificate for deduction of Profession Tax (if applicable).
  • Bank statements of Current and Saving accounts for the last 6 months.
  • A photocopy of Certificate of Practice(if applicable).
  • A photocopy of any bank loan (if applicable).
  • A photocopy of the first and last pages of the Ration card or a copy of PAN/Telephone/Electricity Bills.
  • A photocopy of LIC policy (if applicable).

If a flat is purchased from the builder

  • Original copy of your agreement with the builder.
  • 7/12 extract or property register card of the land under construction.
  • Index II extract of your agreement with the builder.
  • Copy of N.A. permission for the land from the collector.
  • Search and title report (with the details of documents) for the last 30 years.
  • Development agreement between the owner of land and the builder.
  • Copy of order under the Urban Land Ceiling Act.
  • Copy of building plans sanctioned by the competent authority.
  • Commencement certificate granted by Corporation / Nagar Palika.
  • Building completion certificate(if available).
  • The latest receipts of taxes paid.
  • Partnership deed or memorandum of association of the builders firm.

If the property is being purchased is in a Cooperative Society

  • Original share certificate of the Society.
  • Allotment letter from the society in your name.
  • Copy of the lease deed, if executed.
  • Certificate of the registration of the society.
  • Copy of the byelaws of the society.
  • No objection certificate from the society.
  • 7/12 extract or property register card in the society’s name.
  • Copy of N.A permission for the land from the collector.
  • Search and title report(with the details of documents) for the last 30 years.
  • Copy of order under the Urban Land Ceiling Act.
  • Copy of the building plans sanctioned by the competent authority.
  • Commencement certificate granted by Corporation / Nagar Palika.
  • The latest receipts of taxes paid.
  • Original Agreement to assign / Deed of assignment.
It is illegal to put residential properties to commercial use. However service-based industries are allowed to operate from residential areas, on the condition that they will vacate the property if any complaint is received from other residential owners.
Before purchasing property from a company, it is necessary to verify with the Registrar of Companies that the property is not mortgaged or is not being used as a security against a loan, otherwise it is not considered a freehold property.
Before purchasing property from a company, it is necessary to verify with the Registrar of Companies that the property is not mortgaged or is not being used as a security against a loan, otherwise it is not considered a freehold property.The area of an apartment or building, not inclusive of the area of the walls is known as carpet area. This is the area that is actually used and in which a carpet can be laid. When the area of the walls including the balcony is calculated along with the carpet area, it is known as built-up area. The built-up area along with the area under common spaces like lobby, lifts, stairs, garden and swimming pool is called super built-up area.
The price that a property can command in the open market is known as its market value.
The valuation process evaluates the market value of the property. Demand and supply forces operating in the market, as well as other factors like type of property, quality of construction, its location, the local infrastructure available, maintenance, are all taken into consideration before the market value is decided.
When a piece of property is given or ‘leased’ to an individual (known as the ‘Lessee’) for a stipulated period of time, by the owner of the property (known as the ‘Lessor’), the property is referred to as Leasehold Property. A certain amount is fixed by the Lessor to be paid as lease premium and annual lease. The land ownership rights remain with the Lessor. Transfer of property requires prior permission.
When ownership rights for a piece of property are given to the purchaser for a price, that property is referred to as Freehold Property. Unlike in the case of leasehold property, no annual lease charges need to be paid and the freehold property can be registered and / or transferred in part(s).
Stamp duty is based on the market value or the agreement value of the property, whichever is greater.
if a real estate agent is asked to judge the value of a piece of property, he would do so based on information of recent sales or purchases of similar properties in that area. Though this may give a fair idea of the property’s market value, an official property valuation would carry more weight. E.g. if you need to use this piece of property as a security against a loan, the bank’s loan approval process would be faster and smoother if the property is certified by an official valuer. Many banks now insist on valuation certificates before issuing loans using properties as security. The value thus certified may also have chances of getting a higher amount of loan sanctioned. Another benefit of official valuation is that it is a useful negotiating tool when selling the property. Such certification also becomes essential in situations where the correct value of the property has a legal bearing—such as, a will statement, insurance papers, business balance sheets etc.

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