All you need to know about the Haryana circle rate


What is the circle rate? – The circle rate is the lowest, or least, rate at which a commercial or residential property can be sold or transferred before being recorded.

An assessment is normally undertaken after the state government establishes the circle rate to ensure that it is compatible with current market conditions. Stamp duty and registration fees are calculated using the circular rate or real market value of a property. The stamp duty levied upon these properties brings in a sizable sum of money for the government.

What is the circle rate and how does it work?

  • A person should first go to the sub-office registrar if they want to lawfully buy and own property.
  • They will be allowed to lawfully own the property and then have it registered in their name after submitting the application.
  • The administration will charge the potential owner stamp duty and a registration fee to obtain ownership of this registration. These two fees are two of the state’s foremost major sources of revenue when coupled.

These stamp taxes and registration fees vary by state and thus are computed at a percentage of the circle rate as forth in the constitution of each state.

Multiple circle rates within the same city

When it comes to circle rates, don’t be surprised if they differ depending on where you are in the city. Few cities have well-developed public transportation systems, excellent academic facilities, and thriving commercial districts. However, other districts outside of the city centre lack infrastructure and development. As a consequence, land prices in Haryana cities’ developed regions are greater than in less developed locations. Moreover, different collection rates may apply based on the type of project or structure.

Haryana’s circle rates are listed below.

Within Gurgaon, various tensils have varying circle rates. In Farrukh Nagar Tehsil, for example, the circular fee starts at Rs 3,000 per square yard and climbs to Rs 7,500. The cost in Pataudi tehsil starts at Rs 3,500 and goes up to Rs 14,000 per month. For the tehsil of Sohna, the circular tariff ranges from Rs 2,700 to Rs 5,900.

  • Circle rate in Faridabad

There are numerous tehsils and villages in Faridabad. The circle rate in Tigaon’s sub-tehsil, for instance, varies between Rs 13,400 and Rs 15,750 per square yard. The circle rate is the same in Dungarpur, Phulera, Sid Hola, Fatepura, and Kanwara.

  • Circle rate in Hisar

In Hisar, the circle rate differs significantly. The circle rate costs start at Rs 15,000 per square yard and go up to Rs 45,000 per square yard. In Adampur, the price per square yard fluctuates from Rs. 750 to Rs. 3,500. A residential circle rate of Rs 1,400 per square yard is in place in Balamand. Commercial premises will be assessed at a rate of Rs 4,000 per square yard.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.


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