India struggles with property buying standardsIn India, tracking down a transaction for real estate is both a source of nuisance and relief for the national government.

Because land purchases in India can only be done 50% to 60% in cold cash, a property meltdown could be avoided. Nonetheless, tracking down acquisitions to render the right taxes is still a challenge and the new national system of fingerprinting a billion would only be completed by 2014.

The Indian government has recently implemented a number of steps to bring order to the chaotic tracking of financial compliance. The other is building a biometric database through fingerprinting.

Computer applications firm SAP is recommending a system to deal with this called the SAP HANA to handle web financial transactions, but the Indian government has not taken it into account. discussed in a recent article what other measures can be done by India to avoid financial launderers from tapping the real estate industry.

  • The slew of initiatives, according to should include:
  •  Paperwork automation will also minimise the opportunity for corruption down at the clerical level;
  • Rationalising the amount of registration and property transfer taxes paid by property owners to avoid cheating
  • Creating a database for all property transactions to avoid dubious price changes;
  •  Raise the standards in hiring sales agents and brokers in the real estate industry by requiring education and certification guidelines.