Full EMI vs. Pre-EMI: What works well?

Since the pandemic, a vast majority of people have started investing in real estate as it shields the future of their families from any uncertainties. The Government has taken noteworthy steps to boost home and property ownership in India. The interest rates of the banks are at an all-time low and are expected to stay the same for another year or so! This has opened a window of opportunity to invest in real estate and cherish the amazing returns as India is predicted to go through inflation soon. Real estate is an amazing asset to hold during inflation. Banks offer flexible EMIs that can be paid off over 30 years in extreme cases. EMIs are an opportunity to pick anything off the shelf without paying for it right away with thorough implications of penalties if delayed.

About Full EMI

Full EMI repayment of a home loan refers to the payment of the principal amount as well as the interest levied on the loan. Installments of the payment begin once the construction of the houseis completed. Some banks also allow the commencement of full EMI payment while the loan amount is being disbursed in stages.

About Pre EMI

Pre-EMI is paid only on the interest rate applicable on the loan. Pre-EMI is paid during the construction of the house and ends once the construction is completed. The amount is lesser as Pre-EMI covers only the interest portion is and the principal amount remains the same. The pre-EMI period is not part of the loan tenure and commences once the phase of pre-EMI ends.

Differences between Full EMI and Pre-EMI

  • After opting for the full EMI, borrowers can seek disbursal of the entire loan amount
  • After opting for the Pre-EMI, the loan amount is disbursed partially
  • The EMI amount paid at the beginning of the full EMI is higher as the installment covers the principal amount and the interest
  • The EMI paid, in the beginning, is much lower in the case of pre-EMIs because it only covers the interest on the disbursed portion of the loan
  • Full EMI interest rates are calculated as per the entire principal amount
  • Pre EMI interest rate is calculated as per the disbursed loan amounts

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Can a property be mutated? A beginner’s guide to property mutation!

Over the past decade, the city of Nizams – Hyderabad has emerged as one of the largest employment hubs of India and has been the center of tremendous developments. Standing strong as the home to the second largest number of SEZs in India, Hyderabad has attracted several migrations from all over the country owing to the vast expanse of opportunities. This massive inflow has generated a demand in the real estate sector. One thing that makes Hyderabad a worthy hub for investment is the presence of properties that cater to everyone, from affordable properties to premium luxury options. The infrastructural development of Hyderabad is top-notch and the developments of the city have taken their spot on the global stage.

About Property Mutation

Mutation of property is the process of changing the title ownership from the original owner to the new owner when an immovable property is transferred or sold. It needs to be carried out in all cases of property transfers, be it by sale or purchase, gift, or inheritance. As land is a subject of the state, each state has a record of all land and property deals that act as proof of ownership and help the common man safeguard their property investments. All the information regarding land records is registered and this minimizes the potential for property-related frauds.

After the process of mutation, the new owner obtains the title of the property registered in the land revenue department. It enables the government to charge property tax. The process of mutation further helps the government in determining the tax liability in the case of a change in ownership.

Process of Mutation

Mutation of land takes place in the Block Land & Land Reforms Office.

  • The applicant must apply for property mutation in the prescribed format and be physically present at the office along with all relevant documents
  • The departmental authority can conduct physical verification of the property as a precaution
  • Once the government departmental authority accepts the land documents, the certificate of mutation is issued after the payment of prescribed mutation fees
  • It can take up to a month for the municipality to update its records to show the changes in land ownership and issue a mutation certificate
  • With the technological developments of the country and the digitization of land records in most states, now the process of the mutation can be done online

Is Property Mutation Mandatory?

Property mutation is not mandatory, but the process should be completed as early as possible to ensure that the property is in one’s name in government records.

  • A person needs proof of the mutation when the person plans to sell the property in the future and not having mutation papers can affect your chances of selling the immovable asset
  • As the penalty for not completing mutation is very less (₹25-₹100), most people choose to postpone the process
  • It is legally advised and is safe if the property mutation is carried out immediately after the purchase is done from the point of view of the transfer of ownership
  • Property mutation charges differ from state to state but are in the same range
  • Mutation of property is not a one-time duty as these papers must be updated from time to time. A regular update ensures the authentication of your property records.

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Why monsoon is the ideal time to invest?

Why monsoon is the ideal time to invest?

Hyderabad has been the face of dynamic developments in the real estate sector for over a decade now, owing to the adjacent developments in the other sectors of the economy. Hyderabad has emerged as the second-largest IT sector and is home to the second-largest number of SEZs in India that has led a series of global recognitions which led to large-scale development in and around the city of Hyderabad. The infrastructure and roads in Hyderabad are flawlessly built to accommodate the heavy inflow of migrations that aim to build their future in Hyderabad. This in turn has improved the potential for real estate developments in the city due to a steadily rising demand owing to the rising job opportunities in and around the city. In spite of the second wave, the impact on the real estate sector was quite controlled. Monsoons are the most beautiful time of the year. It enhances the natural beauty of your surroundings while triggering nostalgic emotions all around. Let’s see why the monsoon is also the most beautiful time to invest in real estate.

Investing During Monsoons

Monsoons pose as the right time to start looking for real estate options as most people don’t realize the advantages of buying a home or land to invest in during these times.

  • People generally try and make big investments during the festival seasons that are followed by the monsoons making it a great time
  • The demand for properties tends to take a dip during monsoons that leads to more affordable prices and offers
  • Monsoons act as a reality check on the property you are interested to invest in and can tell you all about the quality of development, bringing you additional clarity about your decision
  • Apart from discounts on properties, the rate of interest on bank loans takes a dip too due to the lean season
  • Monsoon gives you a chance to inspect the quality of roads leading up to the project and the sewage system accommodated in the project

Challenges of investing during monsoons

  • While the rains reveal a lot of things about the property, it could change your mind about the property you like
  • If the roads leading to your potential property are flooded due to rains can affect your decision making
  • Indians avoid purchasing new things during Shraadhs (Pitrupaksh/Paksh Maas) and if you like a property, you will not be able to go ahead with the purchase for a month until the auspicious day
  • Travelling to far off locations can be bothersome during the rains

At TMR Group, we maintain a strong policy of no compromise when it comes to the development of HMDA approved plots in Hyderabad and the quality of amenities installed. Regardless of the rains, we are confident that you’ll appreciate our well-planned projects that have been accurately placed in the right locations of Hyderabad. Visit www.tmrinfra.com to know more about us and our projects. Get in touch with us!

Freehold vs. Leasehold: Which properties fetch the best returns?

Freehold vs. Leasehold: Which properties fetch the best returns?

Hyderabad has a culturally rich background that is imprinted into each brick of the city. It has now grown to be an ideal and lucrative hub for local and foreign investments owing to three main factors: amazing infrastructure, great environment, and consistency in the development of different economic sectors of the city. Apart from hosting the second-highest number of SEZs in India, it also contributes heavily to the pharmaceutical industry. The boosting developments in different sectors have opened many job opportunities, leading to many migrations into the city, which has significantly impacted the demand for profitable real estate investments, homes, or otherwise.

About Freehold Properties

Freehold or free from hold properties are those where the owner of the property has the absolute ownership and clear title of the building as well as the land on which the building is constructed till the time the owner decides to sell the property.

  • The owner has the freedom to do anything with their property (within the bounds of the law) like sell, renovate or rent it out after permissions from the respective authorities
  • The owner doesn’t need the consent of any third party to make the sale of the property and the owner can will it, or gift it, or even donate it
  • Freehold properties can be inherited by the next of kin or spouse legally. These are generally more expensive due to the permanent ownership and flexibility availed with the sale.
  • The owner has to pay the maintenance of the property and can even lease it to somebody without any restrictions or can be transferred by sale deed registration

About Leasehold Properties

Leasehold property means that the property is leased to you for a fixed period of time and you have the right only to stay for the pre-decided period of time. After the expiration of the lease, the rights to the property go back to the owner. The buyer has no direct ownership of the property and he/she must pay the ground rent to the owner or the leaseholder of the property.

  • It’s possible to extend the lease according to your convenience but at a higher cost. Generally, the lease period is 99 years but can be extended up to 999 years.
  • For any modifications, the buyer requires the permission of the owner
  • It is possible to extend or renew the leasehold according to your comfort
  • The tenure of the lease influences the value of the property
  • They are cheaper than freehold properties due to the rigid structure of operations and bank loans are quite hard to get for the purchase of a leasehold property
  • The buyer is not responsible for the maintenance of the property, but the owner needs to take care of it

Ideally, freehold properties are the better choice as the value of real estate grows over time so your investment is bound to multiply, but in the case of leasehold properties, paying rent is a one-way loss with returns.

At TMR Group, we offer clear title residential plots in Hyderabad that have strong potential to multiply your investments. The locations for our projects have been picked after thorough research of the market in order to provide the best possible returns on your investment. Visit www.tmrinfra.com to know more about us and our work.

How are land loans different from home loans?

How are land loans different from home loans?

Investing your money in real estate is a milestone in your life and believe it or not, it is bound to change your life right from the next instant. It doesn’t matter whether you are a first-time investor or not, it’s extremely important to know about loans and how they ease the entire buying process for you. Buying a home or a plot of land may not seem different to most and both are usually considered as a home loan but it’s important to consider the differences while applying for the loan. Although the terms and conditions, the application processes, and the tenure of both the loans are quite similar, there are some fundamental differences between home loans and land loans. The most important factor when it comes to home loans is eligibility. Let’s check out the difference between home loans and land loans.

Home Loans 

Home loans are availed to the eligible people for the purchase of residential properties that are to be constructed in the future, or for under construction, or for ready-to-move-in properties.

  • You can get a home loan to any type of residential property in any location of your preference
  • Any resident of India and NRI’s are eligible for home loans
  • The maximum tenure of the home loan can be 30 years
  • If both the husband and wife have separate sources of income are co-owners of the property, both can claim an income tax deduction on the loan separately
  • Tax deductions can be availed for both the principal and interest payments
  • The loan-to-value (LTV) ratio is between 75% and 90% of the total cost of the property, depending on the lenders
  • Interest rates are at an all-time low ranging between 6.65%-8.00% depending on the lenders

Land Loans

A land loan can only be used to buy a plot of land that has been earmarked for residential real estate construction.

  • The location for the plot should be within the limits of the municipality or the corporation or in industrial or rural areas
  • Only residents of India are eligible for land loans
  • Land loans cannot be used for the purchase of agricultural land
  • The maximum tenure of the land loan is 15 years
  • No tax deduction for the purchase of the property, the tax deduction is only eligible for construction of the property on the plot and can only be claimed after the completion of the construction
  • The loan-to-value (LTV) ratio is up to 75% which means that 70%-75% of the total value of the property will be provided as a loan
  • You can avail of a plot loan to purchase a plot through direct allotment or to buy a resale plot, depending on the respective lender
  • The interest rates are about 0.75%-1% higher than the home loans

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