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Structural Safety Certificate: How To Procure It?

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Structural Safety Certificate: How To Procure It?

Structural Safety Certificate and its importance when moving to a new home. Structural Safety Certificate is as important as any other documents while buying a home. People like V. Suresh, Vice Chairman of National Building Code of India and former CMD HUDCO say that all the building constructed should be appropriately designed, planned and constructed under the right way and supervision for good quality and safe construction depending on the location of the building vulnerable to natural calamities, like earthquake, floods, hurricane, cyclone, landslide etc. Continue reading

Get Ready To Construct Affordable Green Homes

Some time back, eco-friendly homes were considered to be a costly affair and no one wanted to indulge into it, but today when people are getting educated about its sustainable features and specifications, they want such homes. As per Mr. H C Sharatchandra, who is an environmentalist and the former chairman of Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, say that opting for eco-friendly home is a good option and now you can build a 3000 square feet independent home for Rs 65 lakh itself. He says that this is possible as they have already built such homes in the past. Continue reading

Know The Benefits Of Lease

The best choice for temporary investment in realty is leasing a property. The major benefit in leasing is that, it helps you to possess a property with precise profit without owning it.

Owning a lease property involves a blend of 2 main strategies. One is where the proprietor clinches the deal with the buyer for a certain period of time and the other is that the proprietor does not have the authority to sell or bring another person into the house for stay. Continue reading

Huge Demand For Commercial Space In Adibatla

In the recent years, there is a boom in Adibatla real estate market. Adibatla which is considered as the future hi-tech city of Hyderabad is becoming more famous for its huge commercial space demand.  This emerging city being located at the southern region of Hyderabad has many promising reasons behind the demand. The major reason is the “LOCATION”.   Continue reading

How To Convert Your Ancestral Property Into A Homestay

India is an incredible country and known for its heritage and rich culture. Today many tourists come to visit India to enjoy its wonderful heritage and to get a different and a lifetime experience. Some people like to spend their vacation at a beachside, while some would like to spend time in the tranquility of nature in the hill stations. Generally, visitors and tourist prefer hotel rooms, however, today the trend is changing and it’s giving space to Homestay that are great alternative for those travelers who are looking for privacy and space, which a hotel does not offer. Continue reading

Hidden Expenses when buying a Flat

Buying a piece of land ,Flat or a house for the family is one of the most unforgettable dreams for most Indians. People often consider this as a important investment of a lifetime and therefore are willing to go that extra mile to acquire a decent piece of real estate.

Real estate is by far the biggest investment that the average person takes up and in most cases is at the upper scale of the limit of his financial abilities while doing so.Therefore facing surprises in terms of new and hidden Overheads becomes extremely difficult to handle or cater for.

The initial costs as described by the real estate agent does not include a host of add-ons which one has to pay for ultimately raising the budget by almost 25 %. It is smarter to be aware of and be prepared for this additional expenditure that will come your way when buying real estate.

It has to be kept in mind that the registration cost forms a substantial amount depending on the total worth of the property. In most states the entire legal charges in terms of stamp duty and registration fees add up about 7 % to 10% of the property cost.

Typically the stamp duty is about 5% to 7% which means that if one has to buy a property worth Rs. 25,00,000/ then stamp paper worth Rs 1,50,000/ has to be purchased for typing the sale deed on it.

In addition to this expenditure there is a registration fees payable to the court which amounts to 1% to 2% of the property cost.

Over and above these costs, which have to be exclusively borne by the buyer there are several various expenses like the fees of the notary and lawyers who get the job done in the court.

It had been the trend over the last decade to charge an additional upfront payment for exclusive parking spaces in large residential complexes. This amount could vary from 3 lakhs to 7 lakhs depending on the type of property, locality and type of parking space being provided.

This has been a cause of unhappiness for many buyers.

Know The Area, Design And Layout Of The Flat Before Buying The Property

Planning to buy a home is a life time decision and one takes all the efforts to get the right property at the right location and make it a safe transaction. Today in this article we are going to discuss the size of the apartment, and the necessary terms attached to it.  Continue reading