How much do Kasu Homes Cost?

Kasu Villas are in the range of 3 Crores to 10 Crores depending on the location and size. These Villas are shared plots with a private pool for each villa in the gated community.

How secure am I with Kasu?

Kasu’s promoters have a clear track record and have built residential as well as corporate tech parks in Bangalore. They have to their credit 9 million square feet of constructed tech park, which house several Multinationals Companies.

We have a team of legal compliance officers  (both in-house and outsourced) who work with us through the process of land acquisition to getting all the relevant permissions to the final hand-over.

We employ the services of the best contractors to ensure timely delivery and top of the line material to ensure great quality.

Last but not the least, Kasu is a RERA registered company which implies that delivery timelines are to be met and therefore secures the interest of the buyer.

Does Kasu offer flexibility in payment plans?

Yes, We understand that every individual’s needs are different. We offer a range of flexible payment plans that tend to the different needs of homebuyers.

However, for your understanding, our standard payment plan is a construction-linked payment schedule. It is important to note that on booking and allotment of the villa, a total of 10% of the entire amount is secured by Kasu from the client. Thereafter, payments are demanded on a construction-linked plan.

More details can be provided to you on request.

Does Kasu customize their villas to suit the client’s requirements?

Kasu developments have been designed tastefully so as to match the overall theme and ambience of the project hence only minor changes and modifications in design and specifications may be permitted at Kasu’s discretion.

Kasu also offers Interior Design Packages to their buyers.

Project specific packages are available on further request.

Who are Kasu’s Consultants, Architects and Designers?


Kasu associates itself with only the most renowned consultants from around the country. More details are available on request, specific to each signature project.

What are the timelines for the completion of projects?

All of Kasu’s developments will be completed in a single phase. The Marketing launch commences approximately 2 years before the completion of the development. This may vary. Kasu has a strict policy of completion of construction according to the schedule mentioned. RERA is now in effect to protect all buyers from delays in projects.

What type of properties does Kasu deal with?

Kasu only deals with clear titled properties. The lands are freehold, marketable and free from all encumbrances.

Can a NRI, PIO or a Foreigner buy a Kasu property?

PIO & OCI can purchase land but not agricultural land.

FEMA prevents Foreign Nationals from purchasing Immovable Property in India. However, Foreigners fulfilling both of the following conditions may be permitted to buy property in India subject to approvals and fulfillment of the requirements, if any, prescribed by other authorities, such as the State Government concerned, etc.

The conditions are:

  1. He/she must be residing in India for more than 182 days during the preceding year
  2. His/her continued presence in India in the current financial year must be for the purpose of taking up employment, carrying on business or vocation in India or for any other purpose which would indicate intention to stay in India for an uncertain period.

More information is available at

http://www.mea.gov.in/property-related-matters-of-nri-oci.htm

Document checklist, Allotment and Agreements to be signed
  • Filling of Booking Application Form indicating your choice of villa/apartment.
  • Enclose the Booking Form along with your cheque/DD for percentage of unit sale value.
  • An acknowledgement for the booking will be issued on realisation of the booking amount.
  • Formal allotment letters will be issued on realisation of the percentage of the unit value and receipt of PDCs towards instalments.
  • Sale Agreement
    This document lists all kind of information about the property ― the terms and conditions, the possession date, the payment plan, the specifications, the details about the common areas and facilities, etc. The agreement also holds the developer responsible for the construction of the property. This document has to be produced in original for property purchase and acquiring home loan.
  • Payment Receipts
    Collect original payment receipts from the developer if you are buying a new property. If you are buying a resale property, ask for a copy of receipts from the seller to be produced to the bank.
  • Completion Certificate
    This document is required for getting a home loan. This paper establishes the fact that the building is constructed according to an approved plan.
  • Occupancy Certificate
    An occupancy certificate is issued by the local authority to the developer to establish the building is finally ready to be occupied and the construction has been done according to a sanctioned plan. Additional charges such as GST, stamp duty, registration charges, Goa electricity charges, legal charges and maintenance charges are payable at the time of possession based on the then prevailing guidelines.
  • Possession Letter & Conveyance
    This document is provided to the buyer by the developer, and sets a date on which the latter would grant the former the possession of the property. The original copy of this document has to be produced for getting a home loan.
  • Finally, Conveyance of right title interest in the purchaser’s name.
Want to know more about RERA in Goa?

Find out more on the official website: https://rera.goa.gov.in/

Are Kasu projects RERA registered?

Yes, all of Kasu’s projects are RERA registered. For more details, visit the project pages below:

Kasu Zama: https://rera.goa.gov.in/reraApp/viewProjectDetailPage?projectID=297

Kasu Vana: https://rera.goa.gov.in/reraApp/viewProjectDetailPage?projectID=254

When are Kasu’s show villas going to be ready?

Each project has a different timeline and each of the show villas will be ready in accordance to those stipulated timelines. Please contact us to find out more.

What are the other costs involved in purchasing a Kasu property in Goa?

In accordance to the Indian Stamp Act of the Government of India, a stamp duty of 4.5% is payable on the property value at the time of registration of the sale deed. In addition to this, a registration cost of 3.5% is levied by the Government too.

Also, bear in mind that GST on property transactions is taxed at 12%.

Apart from the above stated tax related costs, Kasu levies the following charges:

  1. Goa electricity payable at the time of possession
  2. Legal charges payable at the time of possession
  3. Infrastructure cost
  4. Housekeeping and Maintenance charges
  5. GST on all other services

Kasu will meticulously guide you through this process while buying your home.

What are Kasu’s offers on after-sales services?

Kasu ensures a seamless experience even after you have purchased your Kasu home. We offer Concierge and Rental management services as well as Maintenance and Housekeeping services to keep your villa flawless even while you are away.

To know more about these add-on services, please speak with a Kasu representative.

How far are Kasu’s projects from supermarkets, beaches, restaurants and nightclubs?

Kasu prides itself on picking the right location for you. All of Kasu’s projects are centrally located in North Goa, in close proximity to major utility stores, department stores, supermarkets, beaches, restaurants and nightclubs.

To find out more about the specific location of each project, we have an illustrated map on our project pages.

Does Kasu provide a clubhouse for its’ villa projects?

Kasu believes in providing self-sustained villa units to its’ buyers, therefore negating the need for a common clubhouse on the property. This means that each villa has its own swimming pool and relaxation areas for the homeowners to relax in.

 

What is the difference between Carpet, Super Built-up and Built-up Areas?

As per RERA, the definitions of Carpet Area, Built-up Area and Super Built-up Area are as follows:

Carpet area, or the net usable area, is the space where one can spread a carpet (literally speaking).

Built-up Area includes the carpet area plus the extra areas certified by the authorities, such as the area of the outer and inner walls, dry balcony area, etc.

Super built-up area includes the carpet area, the built-up area, as well as a common share of the balance area, such as the stairs, lobbies and galleries, which can be used by the entire building.

 

 

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