Things to Look for Before Investing in Real Estate Infrastructure...

Jul 26, 2017 by

With rapid commercial and infrastructural growth, the Indian real estate market is flourishing its business day by day. The development of reputed industrial and IT hubs is increasing the job opportunities amongst the young generation. Potential mid-segment buyers are showing more interest towards the residential properties located near the commercial sectors. The irresistible appeal of real estate infrastructure has effectively grabbed the attention of potential investors. Real estate investors usually look for infrastructures that are located in close vicinity to educational institutions; IT offices, recreational zones, and hospitals. They usually rely upon reputable builders, who assure to use high-grade construction materials and advanced engineering techniques to design the superior structures that comply with all safety measures. Potential investors should remember these tips before investing their hard earned money in real estate: • Infrastructure facilities-...

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Things to Look for When Choosing a Home-Rental App...

Aug 26, 2016 by

When you are choosing a home-rental app, you need to make sure that it fulfills your basic need of finding a home. Apart from that, there are a few other utilities you need to focus on as well. Not every app in the world is made similar, so if you choose the best ones there are, your chances of finding a good home increases exponentially. So what should you look for when you are looking for the right rental app? We give you a few clues so that it makes your home search easier… 1. Look for ratings An important and key thing to keep an eye out for when you choose a home rental app is the ratings it garners on the Google and Apple stores. Users leave comments and ratings and apps...

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Funding Options for Real Estate Investors...

Mar 31, 2016 by

Real estate has expanded in the Indian markets, and if you do not have a good credit rating or financial liquidity, this does not mean you miss out on properties. There are still ways to finance a real estate investment Traditional route This route functions through credit unions and banks to finance real estate investment. The only problem with this is that a high credit score is needed along with complete documentation of income and debts. Real estate investments involve safe and known methods of financing. Creative Financing For those who want to finance in ways that are far apart from conventional methods, seller carries back is an option. It is a type of owner financing where the seller takes the note for the purchase. To make this work, you need to find a...

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How the Indian Realty Market Will Likely Fair in 2015?...

Apr 21, 2015 by

As per the Residex Index of the National Housing Bank, the prices of residential properties shot upward in the second half of 2014. In the first half of the year 2014, people saw the weak rupee, the property prices dip, and they also saw high inflation having a negative impact on spending patterns. Needless to say, the year 2015 will be all about recovery. In order to understand how the Indian realty market will likely fair in the year 2015, you would need to understand the current trends in the realty market. Here are some of them. REITs have become real The government of India has decided to notify the regulations for the real estate investment trusts or the REITs. Not only do these trusts provide money to developers, but they also enable simpler...

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Ideas Considered By Indian Minds When Buying Property...

Sep 16, 2014 by

Buying a property is a huge decision for any person; especially if they are going to shift in that place for living. It has a legal, financial, social as well as family criteria involved. Indians are big on saving and usually like to save money for such investments. Hence, they want value for money and might have plenty ideas and thoughts in their mind whilst purchasing a new property.   Some of these thoughts could be about – The financial aspect It is the biggest factor in Indian minds when purchasing a property. They need to judge their financial capacity and how much are they willing to spend on that property. Will they have to take a loan and what would the EMI be like and can they afford it. Also, if they are...

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Shifting Real Estate Preferences of Young Buyers in India...

Aug 21, 2014 by

Many young property buyers in India have been shifting from rented homes to owning their land. Due to modernizing lifestyles and family structures, city buyers are especially considering to buy their own houses instead of spending their hard-earned money on long-term rent payments. However, they do not want to do any compromise with their existing lifestyle and require a house that fits their needs. Thus, many buyers are making up their minds to adjust in small-sized homes instead of having no property of their own. Young people usually do not possess huge savings and can also not afford to buy large residential properties. Thus, they are turning toward studio apartments that suit their families, lifestyles, and budgets. Such properties are especially in high demand by couples who stay away from joint families. This choice...

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