Delhi Circle Rates – Nov 2012

Circle Rates are the minimum valuation of land and immovable properties in the city. It ensures that properties are not undervalued and keep check on use of black money. While registring your property you have to pay stamp duty according to the circle rate.

Government of Delhi has revised the circle rates in Delhi a few days back (Read Here).

Below is the existing and proposed circle rates for Delhi.

Delhi Circle Rate
Delhi Circle Rate

Category A

Colonies: Anand Niketan, Friends Colony, Maharani Bagh
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 6,45,000
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 2,15,000

Category B

Colonies: Greater Kailash 1, R K Puram, Defence Colony
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 2,04,600
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 1,36,400

Category C

Colonies: Lajpat Nagar, Kalkaji, East of Kailash
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 1,33,224
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 1,09,200

Category D

Colonies: Prashant Vihar, Dwarka, Daryaganj
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 1,06,384
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 87,200

Category E

Colonies: Rohini, Defence Enclave in Mahipalpur
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 58,365
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 47,840

Category F

Colonies: Dawat nagar in Okhla, Daya Basti in Shastri Nagar
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 47,140
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 38,640

Category G

Colonies: Dabri Extension, Dairy Colony in Roshanpura
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 38,442
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 31,510

Category H

Colonies: Daoili Village, Daulatpur
Proposed Circle Rate: Rs. 19,361
Existing Circle Rate: Rs. 15,870

3 thoughts on “Delhi Circle Rates – Nov 2012”

  1. Its good that the Circle Rates have been increased… This would certainly reduce the black money that is in circulation and genuine users would also be able to take more loans from banks for the same as the registered value of the property has increased…

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