In Gujarat, Stamp Duty Collection Up 19% in 2022

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In Gujarat, Stamp Duty Collection Up 19% in 2022

| Updated: February 3, 2023 11:58

The real estate sector notched up an impressive performance in the year 2022, with property registrations up 11 percent and government revenue in the form of stamp duty and registration fee rising by 19 percent over the preceding year.

According to official data, the number of properties registered in 2022 in the state stood at 15,97,188, 11 percent higher than 14,29,607 properties registered in the preceding year. Government revenue from stamp duty and property registration also shot up from Rs7,337.9 crore in 2021 to Rs8,769 crore in 2022, a rise of 19 percent.

Compared to 2020, when the pandemic was raging and lockdowns had to be imposed bringing construction activity to a grinding halt, the state recorded a 57 percent rise in property registrations and a 94 percent rise in revenue from stamp duty in 2022.

In Ahmedabad, the number of properties registered has witnessed a marked increase over the past three years. In the district, 1.73 lakh properties were registered in 2020, which increased to 2.63 lakh in 2021 and 2.96 lakh in 2022. The revenue from stamp duty and registration fee shot up from 1,331 crore in 2020 to 2,310 crore in 2021. In 2022 the government revenue from stamp duty and registration fee in Ahmedabad stood at 2,963 crore.

NRIs can buy or own immovable property in India in compliance with the FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act) regulations.

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