Company FAQ's

Bharat Nirman Limited is an integrated infrastructure conglomerate with diversified Real Estate portfolio that includes Farm Lands, Agroforestry, Open Plots, Residential Townships, and Commercial Spaces. It was incorporated as a Public Limited Company under the Companies Act 1956 at the ROC, Hyderabad on 1st April 2011. We are committed to helping the India thrive through our wealth creation ventures and landmark projects. With 40+ permanent and 50+ contract employees, 900+ agents, 6 states network and so many satisfied investors across the globe including NRI’s; today, we are one of the India's largest Farmlands development companies and become a front-runner in South India.
Bharat Nirman has more than a decade of experience in the field of real estate and farmland ventures development. We are one of the top and unique ventures developers in Hyderabad because of its strategic investment plans, qualitative work, in-time completion, and trust it has established with its investors. We have a number of upcoming projects in the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha. You can get more details about our ongoing and up-coming projects on the website.
Showing you the unknown side of property investment is an expert's job. Why take a chance? At Bharat Nirman we don’t sell properties, we regard property as a means for you to achieve your true wealth. We help you invest in your dreams.
  • Expertise to help you see beyond the obvious;
  • Quality advice with accuracy, commitment and deliverability;
  • Long term service approach and not one time booking;
  • Highest time with interest free EMI, hassle free, secured and transparent dealings in all transactions;
  • Best price promise and guaranteed high returns;
At Bharat Nirman, we recognize that we are a stronger company when we tap the power of delivery what we say. As our ventures are increasing year on year we would reach new customers/investors every day as many as possible, in this process we are augmenting our Agents network by expanding the same on regular basis in the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha. If anybody wants to become an Agent of Bharat Nirman they are requested to follow the due procedure as mentioned in Agents Column.
Yes, our real estate teams’ works round the clock to ensure your best interests are served and offer much-needed guidance during a potentially stressful time. Here are a few ways as to how we achieve this:
  • We provide for end-to-end documentation which leaves no scope for further questions;
  • We lay-out, and communicate, a clean property purchase procedure that is devoid of any loopholes;
  • We are not just about hard core business; we are also here to advise and help you make the best decisions;
  • We assign you a company’s experienced legal officer from our-end to exclusively take care of the entire registration process;
  • We even help you secure bank loans through our process of project approval;
Yes, we have a special allocated team under our property management services to held a personalized discussion with you regarding current prices, profit expectations, etc. absolutely at a free of cost. Sometimes we even act as a mediator between the seller and buyer to ensure adherence to the legal and financial procedures. However, do note, we only accept plots and farmlands under Bharat Nirman for the above to apply.
Yes, before launching every venture, we announce a pre-launch offer, where we encourage our investors to invest in our property at a special discount that will serve to mutually benefit both the parties.
We, at Bharat Nirman completely acknowledge the fact that property investment can be a very stressful phase for a lot of people. Right from information on the market value and providing you with detailed and authentic documentation, to delivery promises and our property management services - our team leaves no stone unturned when it comes to transparency with you. We even go one step ahead to give you your own account with which you can login to our mobile application and check for weekly updates from us, so that you will always be on the same page as us regarding your valuable investment.
In case of a last minute change of mind Bharat Nirman holds the rights to cancel your allotment, and deduct 10% of the token amount that was paid at the time of booking of a plot by you. In case the customer finds certain flaws in the process of documentation, he/she is eligible to demand a complete refund.
If you own a solid extent of land, you can either choose to partner with us for future development of those particular plots, or you may even decide to sell your property to us completely, in exchange of a mutually agreeable and beneficial price. A Joint Venture (JV) between Bharat Nirman and the Owner(s) of the Property in a transaction often offers greater benefits to both parties than a traditional investment and development of the project individually by the owner. The Bharat Nirman expertise is coupled with the investor’s capital, which allows both parties to maximize returns and earn a greater share of the profits. It’s a win-win all around.
As we are a corporate team that has lived and breathed real estate for as long as we can remember. With more than a decade of experience in the market, we promise to promote you and lay down scientifically proven guidelines as to where you and your money can grow best as you questioned.
Since the land gets registered on your name within 7 days (as per the availability of registration slot) after making the complete payment, your investment is always safe with Bharat Nirman ventures. You are the owner of the Land and you can enjoy the returns by sharing with company as per the agreement, moreover you are not liable to invest on any recurring expenditure of your plot until harvesting the main crop.
Crop sharing agreement of 7, 12 or 15 years will be done between the Investor and Company depends on the major crop ventured. Meanwhile, if you do not want to continue during the contract period you can sell you plot as you desired, but the agreement will be forced with new owner of the plot. After completion of the initial agreement period, the plot owner is free to choose between Re-agreement with company or he can do his own farming or any other developments at plot by converting the plot from agriculture to non-agriculture.

General FAQ's

Historically there is only one way land prices move and that is up. The easy availability of financing and high disposable income has led to a rise in land prices in urban areas in our country and even in certain rural areas. The prices of land on the outskirts of the many major towns and cities in India have risen more rapidly than the central business districts. Many a time investments in land on the outskirts of major towns and cities have led to huge appreciation in value, due to the rapid development of good road connectivity, and urbanization. An Investment in land thus outperforms all other forms of investment in the long run.
While investing in land the top questions to keep in mind are:
  • What are the developer long-term plans in your plot?
  • Does the investment provide as much as you desire?
  • Is public transportation available?
  • Is the location likely to develop "drop in" or "impulse" consumer traffic?
  • Is the site strategically located?
  • What other types of businesses or ventures are located around the site?
  • Are basic utilities like Water, Electricity, and Security etc. providing by developer?
  • What is the history of the locality and what developments are going to be happened nearby site?
Keep all these points in your mind while investing on land and choose a developer wisely who has foolproof long-term plan to get more returns from land when compared with traditional real estate investment plans.
The real estate online directory portals can be helpful for comparing ventures across different cities, locations on the basis of property, price, features and facilities provided and, of course, the reputation of the developer.
A buyer can choose a good developer by getting references from people who already invested/buy the property in similar venture, finding out how happy they are with their purchase, development speed and developer’s conduct. They can get quotations from shortlisted developers in writing, mentioning all the details of the venture like site legal documents, necessary approvals and permissions, required clearances, charges, etc. It is very important to check the reputation of the developer.
Once the documentation process is cleared, both the buying and selling parties can then enter into an agreement to sell and confirm the terms and conditions. It is signed and executed by the seller and buyer on a non-judicial stamp paper. As such, it has legal value and can be produced as evidence. Every document of transfer of property by sale is preceded by an agreement to sell. It spells out in clear-cut terms the conditions under which the seller is intending to sell the property and the terms and conditions under which the buyer is intending to purchase it.
Registry is the database which stores all the important documents etc. Whereas, Power of Attorney refers to the right/authorization given by the owner to someone whom he trusts and to whom he assigns the power and rights to deal with the property under inevitable conditions.
As per a ruling by the National Commission, the Buyer is entitled to get a refund of the amount along with the interest and compensation in case of a real estate project delay. He can also lodge a customer complaint and take legal help.
Stamp Duty refers to the tax-paid to the government just like sales tax or income tax and should be paid on time and in full. A stamp duty paid document is an important and legal instrument to be taken care of.
Before signing the purchase agreement, the buyer should check the details like base price mentioned, additional charges like club membership, etc. along with facilities, taxes applicable, payment mode, insurances, schedule of possession and penalty clause in case of delay payment and/or project delay.
A Lease, defined under Section 105 of The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, is a transfer of the right to enjoy the concerned property for a pre-defined time period or in perpetuity. The Lessor (Owner of the Property) gives the lessee (the one leasing the property) such consideration periodically, usually at the beginning or end of a lease agreement. Normally the possession of the property is given to the Lessee.

License is defined in Section 52 of the Indian Easements Act, 1882. License does not allow any interest in the premises on the licensee's part. It merely gives the licensee the right to use and occupy the premises for a limited duration. The ownership always remains with the Owner.

A lease deed needs to be stamped and registered. Even the Leave and License Agreement is required to be stamped and registered. The amount payable towards the lease deed's stamp duty is more than that payable towards the Leave and License. For a period exceeding three years, the stamp duty is same for both agreements.
Yes. The developer has to obtain necessary insurance including the title of the land and the other property(s) as a part of the venture and towards the development costs. The developer is liable to pay the insurance premium and handover the necessary documents to the association of the venture and also to the buyers, whenever formed.
You should check the following Documents before Buying a New Property:
  • Sale Deed;
  • Title Deed;
  • Approved Plans;
  • Completion Certificate;
  • Commencement Certificate;
  • Conversion Certificate (If agricultural land is covered to non-agricultural);
  • Encumbrance Certificate;
  • Latest tax paid receipts;
  • and Occupancy Certificate;
  • Marketing tie-ups (If the venture is long-term commercial plantation project);
If you are going to be acquired a resale property in any of Bharat Nirman’s venture, you should check the following documents before purchase:
  • Clear and marketable title;
  • Sale deed;
  • Encumbrance certificate;
  • Latest tax receipts;
  • Occupancy certificate;
  • Approved plan(s);
  • Possession/Handover certificate from BNL;
  • and, you should intimate Bharat Nirman before buying any plot/property in our venture, so that we could help you in proper documentation process and we will update you in our club membership at free of cost by removing seller(s) name;
Yes, you can execute Special Power of Attorney to get your Property Registered by Someone Else.
Stamp Duty is the tax-paid for the legal recognition of property. It is paid by the property buyer(s). You can claim tax-incentive(s) of up-to ₹ 1.5 Lakhs on stamp duty and registration charges on a new property purchase. However, these benefits are available for only one self-occupied property.
The General Eligibility Conditions are as follows:
  • The loan borrower should be a Resident of India or an NRI;
  • Above 24 years of age at the beginning of the loan;
  • Below 60 years (65 years for self-employed) or retirement age when the loan matures;
  • and, importantly you have to show the proper income source to get it done;
The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (the Act, from here-on) is an initiative by Indian Government to enhance transparency in the real estate related transactions by creating a systematic and a uniform regulatory environment, thereby protecting consumers’ interest and making real estate developers liable for timely completion of projects/ventures.
The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) is a Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) introduced by the Govt. of India. It’s a first-of-its-kind initiative designed to provide ‘Housing for All’ the Economically Weaker Section (EWS), Low Income Group (LIG), Middle Income Group-I (MIG-I), and Middle-Income Group-II (MIG-II) of the Urban Society by the end of the year 2022. Under the PMAY, they will be provided with home loan interest subsidy on purchase, construction, extension, improvement of their home.
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) is an apex body of private Real Estate developers representing 12,500 members spread across 23 state level chapters and 205 city level chapters in India. Following are the benefits of CREDAI members:
  • Collective representation and unified voice of the real estate industry;
  • Influencing policy and processes relating to taxation, interest rates, FDI, RERA, environment, labour legislation;
  • Enhancing perception of the real estate industry through social action on skill development, solid waste management, labour welfare and education;
  • Bonding, interaction and consensus building among real estate community;
  • Participation in debate, discussion for strategic action;
So, choose wisely CREDAI member when you are purchasing a house property, commercial space, open plot, or a farmland venture.
Even if one purchases a residential plot and does not know what to do with it, a joint development agreement with Bharat Nirman is useful. Under such an agreement we construct an apartment building (for example) and a certain number of flats are handed over to the owner of the plot based on the prevailing market value of the land at the time of commencement of the project with absolutely zero investment from his part.


An Indian Citizen who stays abroad for employment/carrying on business or vacation outside India or stays abroad under circumstances indicating an intention for an uncertain duration of stay abroad is a Non-Resident. Persons posted in U.N. Organizations and officials deputed abroad by Central/State Government(s) and Public Sector Undertaking(s) on temporary assignments are also treated as Non-Resident. Non-Resident Foreign Citizens of Indian Origin are treated on par with Non-Resident Indian Citizens. And, do not require permission of Reserve Bank to acquire Residential, Commercial, and Agricultural property in India.
Under the General Permission available, the following categories can freely purchase Immovable Property in India:
  • Non-Resident Indian (NRI) - that is a citizen of India resident outside India;
  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) - that is an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh or Sri Lanka or Afghanistan or China or Iran or Nepal or Bhutan), who:
    1. At any time, held Indian passport, or
    2. Who or either of whose father or grandfather was a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1955).
The General Permission, however, covers only purchase of residential and commercial property and not for purchase of agricultural land / plantation property / farm house in India.
A Foreign National resident outside India cannot buy Immovable Property in India. However, Foreign Nationals who are resident in India (and who are not Citizens of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, China, Iran, Nepal, or Bhutan) can purchase immovable property in India without any special approval from the RBI. However, such buyers should check with their lawyers before buying any property as they might require approvals from other authorities such as the State Government, etc. The RBI may grant permission to a Foreign Citizen of Non-Indian Origin/Foreign Companies if the property is purchased for residential use and the consideration is paid by way of foreign exchange. You are requested to check the RBI guidelines from time to time for more updated information in this matter.