What is the Latest FBR Property Valuation Rates 2022
What is the Latest FBR Property Valuation Rates 2022:. Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) issues Immovable Property valuation rates of different cities of Pakistan. FBR’s these property valuation rates are near to market rates in those cities. Separate SROs are issued by FBR, for each city’s updated FBR Property Valuation rates. SRO contains the following information:
- Area wise Valuation ( place, town, circle, road side area, market area, shops area )
- Value of Commercial property per Marla ( in Rupees )
- Value of Residential property per Marla ( in Rupees )
Following the link to the FBR Property Valuation Rates in different cities
What is the Difference between FBR’s Property Valuation Rates & DC Rates
FBR issues it’s property valuation rates which are near to Fair Market Values of Commercial & Residential Properties in different cities. Whenever, FBR determines these rates, proper teams are nominated who get information and data about actual property rates. Afterwards, these suggested rates are published by FBR for comments from stake holders. Whenever, all stake holders are agreed then finally FBR’s property valuation rates are issued through SROs.
DC rate, which is used for stamp duty purposes and at this rate property is registered with Property Registration Authorities.
Types of valuation of real estate
Immovable properties are sometimes valued in three different ways:
- DC rate is used for calculation of stamp duty purposes. Moreover, at this rate property is also registered with Property Registration Authorities, like LDA, KDA, etc.,
- FBR Property Valuation Rate; This is a fair market value of the property at which amount of Withholding Tax is calculated according to their “filer” and “non-filer” status, like Income Tax on Purchase of Property under section 236K.
- The actual market rate, at this rate transaction of property purchase/sale is done. It is normally higher than the DC rate and FBR Property Valuation Rate.
What are the Income Tax Rates and Duties on Property Registration
The rate of advance tax to be collected from buyer or seller on purchase/sale/transfer of property has also been increased from 2% to 3% for those appearing on ATL (filer).
As a result, the rate of tax on those not appearing on the ATL (Non-Filer)will also be
increased as under:
(i) On purchase of property – from 7% to 10.5%
(ii) On the sale of property – from 4% to 6%