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.
Among the metropolitan cities, Bangalore is known to be an ideal choice for people looking to avail the Affordable Housing scheme.
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.
Senior-centric housing in India, only took-off about 15 years ago but is a fast-growing niche real-estate market today with several big developers entering the fray. The Mantri Group in Bangalore, Pune’s Paranjape Group and the
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.