There are no fixed rules regarding the amount the buyer must pay to the seller, such as token money. This amount differs from case to case. “A buyer pays part of his down payment for the property like token money if he buys the property from a developer. So if a buyer plans to pay Rs 10 Lakhs out of pocket for the purchase of a property that is worth 50 Lakhs, he would usually give developer Rs 1 Lakh as tokens or booking amount,” says Gaurav Singhal, a Delhi-based real estate agent. Since there is little way to ensure the refund of the money from the chips, the buyer must keep the amount of the chips as low as possible and commit to a seller only after making all monetary arrangements to complete the transaction. For example, it may be risky to pay token money unless the bank has approved your home loan application. As the buyer pays this money to show his or her real interest in the property, this amount is also referred to as a “pre-caution” or “serious down payment.” The other terms are “binders” or “good faith pledges.” b) Agreement (memorandum of Understanding): The buyer and seller can enter a letter of intent. It is not a legal document and is generally confused as a sales contract. It is essentially an agreement that expresses the intention/wish/willingness of all parties to agree on a common course of action, i.e. to conclude a property transaction in this case. It does not provide for legal rights, but only covers the intent of all parties.
In short, it does not grant substantial rights until a legal agreement has been implemented. It cannot be legally applied in court. Each party can withdraw from the same, but that doesn`t mean that the token money that is paid under MOU is not safe. If the seller withdraws, then he must refund the advance and the penalty (if any). As the name suggests, it is only an agreement between the parties. Although it is not legally binding, as there is a currency change in real estate transactions, the agreement is binding on both parties. In addition to symbolic funds, the Memorandum of Understanding is useful when the final agreement is subject to certain conditions. For example, the seller has purchased another home, but will not postpone until after 6 months or buyers will need time to organize money. There are two types of tokens: conditional and confirmed. (c) Payment details: Mention the mutually agreed consideration and whether it is due by the Buyer to the Seller. For example, 2 Lakh paid as token money, 10 Lakh on the day of the sales contract and balance 68 Lakh paid at the time of sale. A million questions, and there is no correct answer to that question.
This is a record of 22 for me to answer that question. I always make the connection with the risk associated with the real estate transaction. Increase risk, reduce token money and vice versa. The risk component varies from client to client, and there is no mathematical formula for calculating the same thing. If we assume in this article that only risk is the type of document/instrument for tokens, I think the ideal amount of money for chips is the next 1.