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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Property rates in the ready reckoner for Mahrashtra may drop

Indicative property rates, based on which Maharashtra levies its stamp duty in Mumbai and other key cities of the state, may fall marginally for the first time in about a decade as real estate transactions drop, according to sources in the revenue ministry.

The property rates in the ready reckoner for Mahrashtra may drop marginally reflecting the subdued sentiments, sources said. A final decision may be taken tomorrow.

The property ready reckoner is prepared by the office of the inspector general of registration and stamp duties (IGR) on the basis of transactions in real estate sector in respective areas.
To read more, please, visit - Makarand Gadgil-Business-Standard

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