What is a property valuation Certificate/Report?
- A Property valuation report is the official document issued by an engineering firm or a government agency that includes the summary of the property’s value – based on location, size, market rates etc. A certificate of property valuation includes the value of land and any other physical structure in the land such as building.
How do I get a Property Valuation Certificate?
- Property valuation is usually conducted by the banks for the use of collateral to fund your education loan and will provide you with the copy of property valuation report conducted by their authorized valuator.
Also, you can apply for a property valuation report from your local Ward Office or hire an authorized engineering firm if not for taking an education loan.
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What are the documents required for Property Valuation Report?
a. Citizenship of Landowner
b. Landowner Certificate (Lalpurja)
c. Copy of Registration Paper ( Namsari /Rajinama/ Bakaspatra )
d. Land Revenue Receipt (Malpot Tiro Rasid)
e. Boundaries Parameter Certificate (Char Killa)
f. Building Approval Drawing (for valuation of building)
g. Terrace Map
h. Map of the plot prepared by the Survey Department (Blue Print)
i. Other supporting documents as required by the authority
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