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.
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.
‘Akshaya’ means everlasting and this day is one of new beginnings and new possessions. It is believed that any new venture or purchase done on this day will grow and prosper forever.
For real estate investors, buying a plot of land is a sure shot way to ensure long-term returns. Land is a stable asset that has the potential to appreciate many times its original value. Compared to other property types, a plot of land gives a better RoI and considerable flexibility in how it could be used.