4 Home Loan rules most of the investors don’t know about


Can you claim tax deduction for your under-constructed house? Can you claim tax for the home loan taken from your friend and not from Bank ? These are some of the questions which are not generally discussed over and lot of investors have no idea about actual rules. In the video below I will talk about four not so known rules of home loans . Keep reading ! . Readers on email can watch the video on this article.

28th Feb NCP Buyers Unity


Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.
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NCPBA is made for the betterment of Flat Buyers. All members are on same platform. . There is no discrimination among the members. Every member is being treated as friend and as futureNeighbour. We are here not just for our common goal i.e. our Home, but also for the sake of better relationship among the Neighbours.

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Next Registration-NCPBA -Buyer Registration

Date: March 5th ,2016  Time :11 am to 12.at NCP site.
Kindly come forward with your following documents  of each flat buyers:
1. Two Passport photographs
2. Address and ID proof..Aadhar Card
3. Driving License/Passport
4. Sale and construction Agreement xerox copy with NEL of each flat owner
5. Rs.1000 cash towards membership fee.
Note:Outstation Buyers registration drive will be later …when we as group are ready for managing online payments and managing online documents.
While unity lies in diversity and strength comes only in being united; so join hands and show your support by becoming your NCPBA Registered members.

Buyers and flat owners must join the below forums to stand united 

Email:ncpbassociation@gmail.com

Blog: https://ncpbassociation.wordpress.com

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/493665760779280/

Google Group:nitesh-caesars-palace-flat-owners@googlegroups.com 

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March 5th 2016 NCPBA -Buyer Registration


Welcome to Nitesh Caesars Palace Buyers Association NCPBA NOW Time to Register and Stand United to fight for our rights.200 buyers are supporting NCPBA  as a platform to collaborate and Stand United. Already 50+ buyers registered and more are coming forward for registration. Broad Objectives of NCPBA .

Venue: Nitesh Caesars Palace Kanakapura Road Bangalore 

Date: March 5 th ,2016  Time :10 am to 11 at NCP site.

Request all NCP buyers who have not registered with NCPBA to be @ NCP site by 10 am.

Required Mandatory documents for registration:

1. Two Passport photographs
2. Self Attested Address & ID proof..Aadhar Card
3. Driving License/Passport
4. Sale and construction Agreement xerox copy with NEL of each flat owner
5. Rs.1000 cash towards membership fee.

Note:Outstation Buyers registration drive will be later …when NCPBA is  ready for managing online payments and managing online documents.

NCPBA is made for the betterment of Flat Buyers. All members are on same platform. . There is no discrimination among the members. Every member is being treated as friend and as future Neighbour. NCPBA is here not just for our common goal i.e. our Home, but also for the sake of better relationship among the Neighbours. 

While unity lies in diversity and strength comes only in being united; so join hands and show your support by becoming your NCPBA Registered members.Buyers and flat owners must join the below online forums to stand united 

Join NCPBA and share your details one time only

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groupClick here on Google logo to join NCP Group

Suggested Check List for the Handover -Nitesh Caesars Palace Buyers


Suggested Checklist from NCPBA… feel free to add and help the group

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  1. Decide whether you want to take handover before OC approval for your block or not and act accordingly.
  2. Make sure that the Maintenance Agreement corrections are in place before signing it.
  3. Calculate and deduct TDS for the full sale value from the final payment. Include delayed TDS payment penalty in the deduction, if applicable. Check with your CA
  4. During inspection, measure and record the actual Capet Area of the flat with a tape. Verify that the Carpet Area as a % of Super Built Up Area is within acceptable limits promised/agreed (usually Carpet Area should be >=75% of SBA)
  5. Service Tax and Vat Charges by Nitesh Estates Limited (NEL)
  6. Check everything thoroughly and record a jointly agreed and signed snags
    o Windows, Doors, Handles, Locks, Electrical Switches, Fan Regulators, Taps (working water), Flushes, Mosquito Nets, Cleaning, Water Seepage etc
    o Tiles – randomly check for any hollowness by knocking, any broken tiles?
    o Mosquito net – is it torn anywhere?
    o Lighting
    Lighting fixtures like holders are fixed
    § Check all lights & points (including geyser point) works correctly with DG power
    o Doors
    § Main door polish
    § Peek view glass fixing to the main door
    § Door stoppers
    o Kitchen slab quality
    o Hole cutting for kitchen fume exhaust pipe fixing
  7. Ask for necessary Certificates / Letters / Documents
    o Fire NOC copy
    o Completion Certificate of flat by BBMP / Architect / NEL
    o Completion Certificate of block by BBMP / Architect / NEL
    o Handing over certificate / declaration by NEL
    o Lift Safety NOC
    o OC Application for the block with latest status
    o Garbage collection plan in writing by NEL
    o STP working declaration by Nitesh Estates Limited
    o Make sure to get a soft copy of all engineering drawings / plans of your flat – Electrical, Plumbing etc. Will be needed for any subsequent repairs, later
    o No-encumbrance letter / certification / undertaking from NEL for your flat i.e. a letter guaranteeing that once registered, you will have full and final ownership on the flat irrespective of any other parallel commitments / liabilities of NEL with any other institutions or investors.
  8. Gas
    o Gas line plumbing till kitchen slab with meter
    o Gas line work ability
    o Gas bank
  9. Security allotment to block
    · Ensure that Car parking is allotted, numbered, accessible and well-lit
    · Collect and check all door / window keys
    · Make sure that you get a copy of ‘every’ document you sign during handover / registration

Do share your points if still some missing,lets together make a comprehensive list   350+Nitesh Caesars Palace Buyers.Comment and Email to NCPBA:ncpbassociation@gmail.com

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NCP Guidance Value as per BBMP


Guidance Value for Nitesh Caesar palace Apartment Registration

Guidance Value – JP Nagar

Guidance Value for Nitesh Caesar palace as on 31.01.2016 is Rs.4140/sq feet

Why…Dealy …When…Possession


20160130_131104Remedies Available for Buyers to Deal with Delay in Possession

Here are some remedies available to homebuyers for dealing with delay in possession:

1. Ask for Refund- A homebuyer can ask for a refund from his builder when there are excessive delays in completion of a housing project. As the buyer, you have the entitlement to ask for a refund from your builder.

2.File Case in Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission -If a property is being purchased by you exclusively for your personal use, you can even file a case in one of the 3 levels of the Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission based on the value of the property purchased. If the dispute occurs for a property whose value is more than 1 crore, then the case has to be filed in the National Commission located in New Delhi. For properties whose values are over 20 lakhs, the dispute needs to be resolved in front of the State Commission while for disputes related to properties below 20 lakhs, the case has to be filed in the district commission.

3.Special Provisions in Select States in India- Some states in our country enjoy special provisions for the benefit of their consumers. Maharashtra, for instance, has a provision whereby a remedy is available to you through the Section 8 of Maharashtra Ownership Flat Act of 1963. The section specifies that if a builder is not able to give proper justifications for the delay in possession or non-completion of the project, he’ll have to refund the amount, with interest, to the buyer.

4.Additional Provision- The ‘Domestic Building Contracts Act’ of 1995 lays down that the builder has to provide the following warranties:

(a) The builder should complete all the work on time.

(b) All construction work should be carried out as per the specifications and plans that have been specified in the contract.

(c) The builder should use and supply high-quality materials.

(d) The builder would endeavor to do the work with reasonable skill and care as per the legal process.

(e) The home should be apt for occupation when the work gets completed as per the builder.

5.Serve Legal Notice- Before taking any type of action against the builder, it is recommended that you serve them a legal notice and give them an opportunity to respond. The builder might take corrective actions to get the problems resolved, thus saving your valuable time and costs that are usually associated with visiting the court.

Buyers set for legal action over delays at Emaar’s Indian project

Frustrated property buyers in an Emaar-MGF development in the Indian city of Gurgaon are stepping up their action against the developers with a case set to be lodged in the consumer court.

frustrated with the ongoing delays, a group of 90 buyers, have formed a group to collectively get solid information as to when the properties will be delivered and to try and get adequate compensation.

They will take their case to the consumer court, where Metha said they hope to have their claim dealt with efficiently.“They take up a case pretty fast by Indian standards. Within three months you will get the first hearing and within 45 days the respondent has top respond,” Read Ahead

More news: Why is no one thinking about us, ask homebuyers

NCP-30 Jan Meeting Updates


30 Jan Meeting with NEL – Topic where #‎NiteshEstates  Need to revert back by 15 Feb 2016

  1. Revised Plan / Dates for Project completion and handover – Full, Final and Binding
  2. Project completion delay – Formal Communication, Penalty
  3. Occupancy Certificate (OC) – Partial OC by block as needed by law
  4. Power – BESCOM and Generator
  5. Maintenance Agreement – Maintenance Charges –Contatct review
  6. Water – Bore Well, Tankers, Cauvery water, Rainwater Harvesting, Solar Heating, STP, WTP

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Kindly share  by email, facebook more pictures and videos to stand united for delayed deliveries and unfulfillment on promises.

Email:ncpbassociation@gmail.com

Blog: https://ncpbassociation.wordpress.com

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/493665760779280/

Google Group:nitesh-caesars-palace-flat-owners@googlegroups.com 

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