Q1. How can payments be made?

Payements can be made in Indian Rupees by any of these methods.
Pay Order
Banker's Cheque
Wire Transfer

Q2. Does Rakshak Infrastructure help customers with home loans?

Yes, definitely. Our projects are pre-approved by certain large HFIs/Banks, we help you acquire necessary approvals for your home these HFIs and co-ordinate with them
(as developers) to provide all necessary documents.

Q3. What is Capital Gain?

Capital gain is an increase in the value of a capital asses (investment or real estate)
that gives it a higher worth than the purchase price.

Q4. What is Saleable Area?

It is the sum of the Built-Up area (Carpet Area + Wall Area) and the common area.

Q5. How much is the loading from Carpet Area to Built-Up Area for Rakshak Homes?

The loading is approximately 30-33%

Q6. What is the difference between GPA & POA(Specific)?

General Power of Attomey (GPA) is an authorization given by the customer to person.

Q7. What is the difference between Aggrement to sell and Sale Deed?

Sale aggrement of land or building is an ordinary aggrement in which one party promises

Q8. What is e-stamping/Franking/Notarizing?

Any legal document which is not executed on stampp paper has tobe registered with the Goverment
by paying the neccessary judicial charges. This is called e-stamping/Franking.
Though printed on the stamp paper, some documents need tobe authenticated by a legal person or an advocate who is called
a notary and the process is called notarizing. Documents such power of Attomey, Affidavit etc. need tobe notarized.

Q9. What details are NRIs need to furnish and why?

Documents with the following details need tobe Furnished:
whether NRI or PIO(Person of Indian Origin)
Residential Status
Passport Details
Complete Postal and Permenant address(local or overseas, as applicable)
name, address and account number of customer's bank
These NRI details need tobe produced because this is directive by the Goverment of India to all builders as mandetory requriment.
Failure to furnish the details called for is an offence punishebale under the Foreign Exchange Management Act. 2000