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Andhra Pradesh State Government revises Market Value of Lands
New Market Values already brought into effect from August 1, 2010

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Andhra Pradesh State Government revises Market Value of Lands

New Market Values already brought into effect from August 1, 2010


In a bid to bringing in more parity between the Government registered rates and the actually prevailing market rates, the Department of Registrations and Stamps has decided to revise the market value of lands ranging from any where between 3% to 25% depending on the region. The hike is more evident in the twin cities and other urban regions of the state.

The new land market values are taken into consideration for all registrations made on or after August 1, 2010. With this exercise, the Government is now able to garner more revenue from land registrations and transfers. Department officials say that this revision is long overdue considering the late time this action was undertaken was in last August.

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