E Khata and DC converted (for complete layout) or Panchayat Khata E Khata and DC converted (for complete layout) or Panchayat Khata

I am planning to purchase a ready built house in Bangalore. I have identified few houses around KR Puram which is in Kithagnur Village and Bidarahalli Hobli Panchayat.

Of Kithagnur village , it is DC converted (for complete layout not for individual house) and E Khata whereas that of Bidarahalli, it is not DC converted and Panchayat khata

Both have legal set clear. As both doesn't falls under A Khata, nationalised bank don't give loan and need to depend on private banks.

So, out of 2 ,which one is good to go with considering the legal aspect and future growth of respective areas

Anik

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear Client,
You must go with property which is DC converted and may get a loan from a Nationalised Bank.
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A.Dear Sir,
You may go with property which DC converted and try to get loan from Nationalized Bank if not atleast from LIC.
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