Karnataka Guideline Value

Karnataka guideline value is the value of the land as determined by the Karnataka government, based on its own metrics of facilities and infrastructure growth in that locality.Karnataka has a minimum guideline value of Rs.101 per sqft to a maximum of Rs.1.50 Crores per sqft. Guideline Values are revised periodically by the Karnataka government to have them in sync with the market value. Properties in Karnataka are classified into agriculture, non - agriculture, residential flat, residential apartment, commercial flat, and commercial apartment. Guideline value is applicable to all these property types in Karnataka. Guideline Value helps to determine the associated costs pertain to property registration such as such stamp duty fees, registration fee etc. Guideline Value is defined in two categories – land value (for land only) and composite value (for land and buildings – this includes construction cost and associated taxes for buildings).

Property type Minimum Value (Rs.) Maximum Value (Rs.)
Agriculture 101 1.50 Crores
Non-Agriculture 101 3.90 Lakhs
Flat/Apartment Commercial 120 29,520
Flat/Apartment Residential 190 24,600