Why is the Varthur area of Bangalore a good place to buy land?
Varthur in East Bangalore is part of the Bangalore Urban District. It is a Hobli/ group of villages forming part of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). It is also a part of the major township, Whitefield.
Varthur is a suburban area rich in greenery.
The Varthur Lake is the second largest lake in Bangalore.
Prominent IT companies here are Cisco Systems, the Wipro head office, the International Tech Park (ITPB) and the Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP).
Varthur is strategically located between the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and Whitefield. The Sarjapur Road and NH-207 provide good access to the rest of the city. Efficient public transportation is provided by the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and private travel operators.
The upcoming Peripheral Ring Road (PPR) project will enhance connectivity in this area. The upcoming Metro at Grace Farms is close to Varthur.
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Tips for buying a villa plot in Bangalore:
Choose a good location that has proximity to important areas within the city.
Determine the actual value of the land. Conduct research and consult with a real estate expert to determine the value of the plot/land.
Topography and soil of the plot need to be ascertained.
Choose a credible real estate consultant.
Make sure your plot is DC Converted- All land in the state of Karnataka is considered as agricultural land. To use this land for residential or commercial construction, it has to be converted to non-agricultural land. The converted land is called DC converted land. The Department of Town and Country Planning needs to issue a NOC (No Objection Certificate) for your land to be converted. The Deputy Commissioner checks this approval and then it is converted. DC conversion is essential for your plot to get an 'A Khata' certificate. 'A Khata' land comes under the BBMP jurisdiction and implies a legally developed land with valid sanctions.
Understand the size of the plot- how much built-up-area you will need to build your dream home.
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What documents should I ask from my seller or builder?
Title Deed: Request to see the title deed of the land which you are going to buy. Confirm that the land is in the name of the seller and that the full right to sell the land lies with him/her. We recommend that you get the original deed examined by a reputed lawyer.
Encumbrance Certificate: Your plot should be free from litigation. For this, you need to check the Encumbrance Certificate (issued by the Sub-registrar office) for at least 30 years.
Approvals by Local Body: Verify whether the plot or the entire layout has been approved by the BBMP and the BDA (Bangalore Development Authority). Get the approval documents verified by a lawyer.
Tax Receipts & Bills: Ask your seller for previous property tax receipts so that you do not have to deal with any taxation-related issues of the seller.
Contingency check: Check for any contingency which may hinder the development of your property. Determine if your plot has the necessary infrastructure to build your home.
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