Taking a loan is the most suitable form of finance when it comes to owning a house. As per experts, you should apply for a home loan at a relatively young age in order to complete the repayment cycle before you retire. In other words, the quicker you relieve yourself of the repayment schedule, the more financially secure you’ll feel.
For you to maintain a good credit score, it is extremely critical to follow the repayment schedule as prescribed.Read More → Comments
Even after years of reigning as India’s hottest real estate market, Mumbai till date offers the most lucrative property investment opportunities with scope of high returns on investment. As per a recent report published by PwC and Urban Land Institute, real estate in Mumbai was voted highest as “buy” as opposed to hold/ sell by survey respondents. Additionally, Mumbai has been ranked 9th in Asia in terms of development potential in 2019 – higher than Delhi and Bangalore.
Buying a residential property is among the most important and viable investments you make in your lifetime, with the goal that it’ll deliver value over the years. As per experts in real-estate, one of the best ways to ensure this is to ensure its upkeep with proper repairs whilst simultaneously making smart improvements to your home. Not only does this help build equity but also get achieve highest value when you’re looking to sell.
The government of every state in India levies a tax on the transactions made on property. These taxes are collectively known as ‘Stamp Duty’. Similar to sales and income tax collected by the government, stamp duty is generally charged on the present agreement value of the property or its market value, Read More → Comments
The introduction of GST on July 1st, 2017 was a significant moment in the history of India. It was defined by the establishment of a single, uniform direct tax regime, aided by abolishment of cascading taxation, elimination of tax evasion, and removal of multiple bureaucratic layers – a necessary step to consolidate the market. Consequently, GST continues to have a far-reaching impact on all the industries and economic sectors, including real estate.
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Once in a while, it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.” – Alan Keightley
In Goa, that is precisely what you feel when you are gazing at the sunset from the window. Everything feels so different in the land of sand, surf and sun. When in Goa, you would often find yourself wondering how you came to be a part of a world so colourfully chaotic yet ponderously peaceful – if ever you decide to own a piece ofRead More → Comments
High rise apartments are usually associated with luxury and stature. Living in a high rise building comes with an array of advantages, convenience and views being major ones. These days, to attract more buyers, builders have constructed sky scrapers in unique silhouttes to replace the conventional apartments we’re used to, in an attept to create one-of-a-kind living quarters. The trend is not just confined to Mumbai, which is known to be the city of high rise buildings, but can alsoRead More → Comments
The last few decades have seen rapid urbanisation in India with the emergence of many Tier-II and Tier-III cities rising as promising destinations for living and work. This growth has been in part due to the breakneck economic growth of the nation and partly due to the rapid urban development schemes implemented by various governments since the turn of the millennium. The idea behind these policies is two-fold:
Imagine you are actively looking to purchase an apartment. Your hunt for your dream 2 BHK apartment in Goregaon has brought you to one of our high rises and you have already fallen in love with the interior design. But what about choosing which floor to take up? This is where most people end up getting stuck with their choice swaying invariably like a pendulum – should you settle for the top floors or hole up at the bottom? Truth be told, such a decision rests upon the shoulders of manyRead More → Comments