Posted by Admin on December, 09, 2019
India is a country where a sizeable populace is still indulged in agriculture as its primary occupation. While many of the people from this industry are trying hard to get out of the agro sector and move to some other industry, the agriculture sector still remains to be a hot favorite of many. Especially when we talk about farm land for sale in Bichhua Chhindwara or farm land in a similar rural setting, many people come up to show interest in purchasing it.
Even a lot of real estate players are now investing in farm land and agricultural land sector of these cities and rural settings to reap amazing benefits. Not only are people buying these farm lands to real and harvest something, majority of them are buying the farm lands in Bichhua and other similar location to enjoy the return on their investment. But there are a few things that one would need to keep in mind to yield a good ROI on farm land. This write-up sums up 5 things that should definitely not be missed out.
Take Care Of The Legalities
There are a number of legal things that one needs to keep in mind when buying a farm land. First thing, not every state allows everyone to buy a farmland. Except for states like Telangana, in most of the states, only farmers are allowed to buy farmland. One should always make sure that the farm land he/she is buying is free from aby type of legal dispute or hassle. Each state has its own set of steps for buying and registering for a farm land, make sure to follow that. Check all the documents like the title of the deed, registration, agreements, stamp duty, and all other docs carefully when planning for a purchase.
Keep The Trends In Mind
The property trends in the real estate sector play a crucial role in determining how much return you’d get and at what price you can get the farmland. You can see the past trend in the pricing and the appreciation rate so far to analyze if it would be a good investment or not.
See The Capping Limit & Conversion Criteria
Another important thing to keep in mind when buying a farm land in India is the capping limit and the rules on land conversion. You need to know the land ceiling about the maximum amount of farm land you can actually purchase. Apart from that, you cannot use farm land or agricultural land for any other purposes like residential or commercial or industrial unless you convert it into the required category. You need to get 'change of land use' permission from local authorities.
Check For Upcoming Development
The upcoming development activities in the region would also affect the price of the land in coming time. Check if there are any proposed development projects to alleviate the region.
Analyze Land Quality
If your main concern is just to buy farm land and start harvesting, the best thing you should know if the land quality and if it would be apt for growing the type of crop you intend to reap.
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