Higher floors are generally desired for the view they afford. Even in an urban environment, being high up above the surroundings means panoramic city views and a freedom from the claustrophobia associated with living in crowded, urban cities.
Given that real estate involves some of the biggest investments buyers will make, it is natural for home-owners to debate the pros and cons of buying plots versus ready to live in flats/houses.
Buying a house is not something that can be rushed. Especially the financing, if you need to take a home loan. Whether you get a loan or not depends on your creditworthiness. So before you diving right into the home loan application process, take some time to understand what credit worth means and the value it carries to qualify for a home loan.
For anybody looking to buy a property, there are generally two options: Primary Buy and Secondary Buy. Primary buy includes new launches and projects undertaken by the builders. Whereas, a secondary buy includes properties that are already owned by someone and are at a later stage released for a re-sale. Read on to know how to choose.
The need for vertical growth was what led to the rise of apartment projects in the city initially. However, due to the benefits they provide such as assisted maintenance, socially active neighbourhood, safety and security, and lower cost – apartments have become a preferred option for homebuyers. Finding an apartment that satisfies all your preferences and falls into your budget is truly challenging. We are here to help you make the right decision.
Among the metropolitan cities, Bangalore is known to be an ideal choice for people looking to avail the Affordable Housing scheme.
In India, Delhi and Kolkata are great success stories of metro led transformation and boom in real estate. Proximity to metro has become a key value proposition for real estate developers.
A Danish word, Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) can be roughly translated as enjoying the simple things in life. Originally a Norwegian term for wellbeing, Hygge as a design concept embraces cosiness and an enjoyment of the environment around you. What’s been a lifestyle for the Danish since the 18th century has now become a coveted trend internationally!
The new rate of 5 per cent will be applicable from 1st April 2019 and has been welcomed by the industry, as it will boost demand in the real estate sector. Currently, under-construction residential properties attract a rate of 18 per cent. After considering the input tax credit (ITC) on payments made the effective GST levied is 12 per cent.