Property dealings to abide by new rules of the state

Property dealings to abide by new rules of the state

Dated:12th August,2013                                                                                              Gloria Ganguly

New guidelines have been issued by Haryana Government to bring transparency in property dealings. On Monday, the additional chief secretary of Haryana, Sri Krishna Mohan commenced that attachment of photographs of buyers and sellers along with the sale deed has become mandatory which will help in keeping a track record. Photographs will be clicked by a camera which automatically indicates the date. All the deputy and divisional commissioners of the state are to abide by these rules.

According to Mr. Arvinder Singh, MD, Agrante Realty – The new rules will give freedom in all kinds of property transactions. Buyer’s interest will be protected. Undervaluation of property can be solved within fraction of seconds through photographs. Interference of brokers, dishonest or corrupt officials and builders would be prevented. This will lead to a healthy relation between the buyers and the builders.

In any business, trust and honesty are the main components which hold a healthy and trustworthy relation. Agrante is on the verge to deliver the wonder named Beethoven’s 8. Their main focus is innovation and through innovation attaining perfection at the end. Agrante has always considered customers and their needs as the dominant element in their business. Customer has always been at the forefront for them. They have whole heartedly welcomed these rules as at the end, buyers will be profited.

Though some of the property analysts are doubtful about this rule but Mr. Arvinder Singh is very much clear about his thoughts. To him it would provide greater transparency and protection of buyer’s interest.


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