o home buying is on the cards – you have decided to take the plunge and become a homeowner. That’s a big move, lot of things are going to change, lots of decisions will have to be made. Not sure how to go about it? Here are some pointers that can make the process easier for you:
In a growth economy like India being a proud property owner is often a dream come true for the self-employed workforce. However, buying a home is not such a simple process for this segment as compared to the regular salaried class. Let’s find out more.
As modern Indian women become increasingly financially independent & stable, they are investing in the real estate market, an area that has been traditionally male-dominated. Conscious of these rising numbers, developers and banks have finally begun to take notice and introduce schemes and incentives to encourage women buyers. Women need to educate themselves and research all the available schemes and options before committing to invest. This checklist contains important points that women must consider before investing in real estate.
The exponential growth of India’s real estate industry is not only highly evident, but also a by-product of the expansion of its metropolitan cities. Young working professionals and students find studio apartments or 1bhks’ highly convenient in more ways than one. They do not require as much maintenance and encourage a minimalistic way of living. Overall, this translates into less costs, but that’s not the only advantage of smaller homes.Here’s why a 1BHK makes for a good investment:
A quick glance at the last five years will tell you one thing –customer preferences have evolved remarkably.The new age homebuyers are well informed and know what they want. Whatever your question, we are here to help turn your home-buying dream to reality, effortlessly.
This is the season of extensive tax planning for a lot of people. Income tax laws permits tax payers to declare numerous benefits, with respect to the house inhabited by the assessee – either owned or rented. Let’s take a look at these benefits.
Real estate sector in India is estimated to touch a market size of US$ 1 trillion by 2030 from US$ 120 billion in 2017. Is this a good time to buy a home? Let’s check that out.
From 2016 to now multiple factors have steered the fate of the industry – introduction of theRERA Act and GST to name a few. Here’s how demonetisation impacted real estate industry.