Taxable Property can be your home, office, shop, or building as the Income Tax Act does not differentiate between a commercial or residential property. The property is taxed under the income from house property, and the owner for the purpose of the income tax is the legal owner of the property.
If it is used for business it can be taxed, then the maintenance and repair can be claimed as an item of business expenditure.
New tax reforms have made it easier to extend the notion of self-occupied to two or more properties and the remaining are taken as deemed to be let out. A house property that is rented for the whole part or a part of the year is considered a let-out property for income tax purposes.
Using an online property tax calculator, you can estimate property taxes on the multiple properties you own. The taxes on the houses you let out are taxed on the market rent of the property for the entire year.